Second Life / OpenSim developers sought

I had the pleasure of meeting Dale Linegar last year – he’s one of many innovative Australian educators working in virtual worlds. He’s after some developers as detailed below, preferably Melbourne-based. If you’re interested, drop him an email.

We are a small, dedicated team of educators, developers and programmers who are working on a range of virtual world, AI and mobile related products for several Australian Universities.

We are based in Melbourne and would prefer to work with locals if possible due to the complex nature of many of our projects, however we do have some remote staff and are always open to change.

We require people with one or more of the following skills;
– Lsl scripting
– Experience with XML PRC and REST
– Experience with Cakephp
– Experience running Opensim servers
– Experience with AIML, perhaps also radegast or program-o

Most of all, you should love what you do.

Pay and hours will depend on your skills and experience.

If you fit one or more of the roles above, please get in contact with

Disclosure: Dale kindly paid a fee for this post, which has been donated in full to Metaverse Aid.

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Five jobs on offer at Metaversum (Singapore or Germany)

Metaversum, creators of Twinity, have a bunch of jobs up for grabs.

The roles are varied and can be based in either Singapore or Germany – check our jobs board for more info.

If you’re looking to recruit, why not use our free jobs board yourself?

Job: The Faith Foundation

As mentioned previously, we have a free jobs board for anyone wanting to get the message out about positions available. Each week we’ll pick an interesting job to feature here on the main site.

This week it’s the first group to use the jobs board. The Faith Foundation is looking for a range of people in Second Life for paid positions.

Got a virtual world related job to promote? Post your ad for free here.

Jobs board redux

Last month we introduced our jobs board. Since then we’ve had feedback that it was too USA-centric so we’ve switched to another provider.

The best news about this is that posting jobs is free at this stage. We may introduce a small fee in the future but at this stage the most important thing is getting a central place where virtual worlds jobs can be advertised.

To post a job:

1. Click on the ‘Job Board’ link at the top right of this site.
2. Click on ‘Post a Job’
3. Enter all the required details – you can even add your organisation’s logo if you want.
4. Click on ‘Checkout’ – because I’ve set it up as a free service at this stage, your ad will automatically appear for nothing after being cleared.

Any job related to virtual worlds is welcome – whether it be an in-world bartender or consulting project to government, feel free to advertise it.

Introducing: our jobs board

We’re pleased to announce the launch our virtual worlds job board. It allows anyone to post a job advertisement for free. We may introduce a small fee in the future but at this stage there’s no cost at all. All that for a 30-day listing.

There’s a link to the job board at the top of this site – or click here to access it.

Linden Lab offers a further Australian job opportunity

Linden Lab are recruiting for Production Operations developers and systems engineers in Australia (and Singapore, the US and UK).

All the details here. It’s good to see the Australian contingent is growing. Who knows, maybe those Australia-based servers are getting closer.

Linden Lab seeks Australia-based Product Operations Engineer

Linden Lab today announced they’re looking for a higher end operations engineer from Australia. If you’ve got what it takes, apply here.

It’ll be interesting to see if this is the start of some slow Australian growth in personnel.

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