Volunteer

at home in Mobile Game Development for a Wildlife Conservation Non profit
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Help us push new bounds in wildlife conservation in Cambodia by taking advantage of new technologies. Willing to help? Apply now!

Project Brief

  • Suitable for:  Experienced professionals in mobile games development
  • Project type: Unpaid virtual volunteer project
  • Location: at Home
  • Duration: Minimum 6 weeks 
  • Start date: Year round project
  • Working hours: Flexible
  • Reports to: Director

Deliverables

From the development of citizen science learning applications, to educational mobile games and species fact-sheets, to VR and AR learning experiences, we have a long list of digital media-based projects that need support.

Requirements

  • Minimum of two years’ related work experience
  • Good command of written and spoken English
  • Familiarity with Unreal Engine 4 or general application and software development.

 

Personal qualities and attitudes to be successful in the project

  • Good organisation and time management skills.
  • Passionate wildlife conservation is a plus
  • Able to work independently
  • Enthusiastic and personable.
  • Professional, honest and reliable

Supporting documentation

  • CV
  • Portfolio with former game development projects

Benefits

  • Make an impact – As a professional, your volunteer contribution and skill sharing will assist organization to implement innovative solutions to local development challenges here in Cambodia.

The Host Organization

  • The project is with a legally registered environmental education and public awareness nonprofit, based in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Their mission is to improve knowledge of and attitudes towards wildlife, raise support for conservation and inspire a love of nature in Cambodia.

  • To do this they work in three main areas: Nature Discovery, Environmental Education and Wildlife Media. Through discovery, education and media, they aim to build a new generation of nature lovers and wildlife conservation leaders across Cambodia.