Game Development/Design Internship (remote, part time)

We are seeking a self-motivated individual with a good work ethic looking to gain experience in a small games studio. This role involves developing and testing game assets and levels in our new unpublished game.

What You Will Be Doing:

- Level Design/Basic mechanic scripting
- Testing and editing Unity scenes
- Asset importing/editing and testing

Located in Dublin 3, Fierce Fun is an indie games studio specialising in mobile & online games. As we are small and startupy (yes its a word), we provide a supportive environment for a student/graduate Developer to gain early experience in a game studio.

Ideal requirements:
- 3rd level games/software qualification or studying for one
- Good experience in Unity (will need to show this)
- Experienced game player with in-depth knowledge of PC/FPS games
- Good communication & documentation skills.

Terms:
Duration 3 months
Days: 1 to 2.5 days per week – up to you 😊
Hours: Completely flexible
Expenses will be covered.

To apply, email below with your details:

 

Social Media Internship (part time)

This Social Media internship role is an opportunity for hands-on experience in social media and digital marketing. Fierce Fun is a mobile app startup company, focusing on games and entertainment apps. The company publishes its games on the Google Play and Apple App Stores. This role is suited to someone who loves mobile apps and is a social media monster 😊

This internship role has the ability to learn mobile marketing and app store optimisation from the development and marketing team. Some the duties will include:

Content Sourcing & Creation:

  • Working with the Project Manager to produce effective content for the company’s social media channels (Facebook, Twitter and others).
  • Writing blog posts, social media posts and other communication materials for social media;
  • Researching mobile app and game market trends

Ideal Qualifications:   

  • Strong interest in communications, social media marketing and/or creative writing
  • 3rd level qualification (or studying for one)
  • Good skills in Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint
  • Strong skills in Facebook, Twitter and/or blog software
  • Very comfortable using Android or Apple phones and tablets
  • Good attention to detail and an ability to produce quality written content each week

Terms:

Duration          3 months
Hours              10 to 18 hours per week
Times              Flexible and based on a candidate's schedule
Location          Remote work (mainly) - Trinity College Dublin  (team meeting and reviews)

Expenses will be paid to cover travel and lunch allowances