Job Opening: Video-Oriented Flex Developer, Camden, London

I've received the following job posting from the nice folks at Stream UK.

Up to £45,000 per annum + Bonus + Benefits
Camden Town, London NW1

Stream UK are a multi award winning market leader in internet broadcast convergence and due to a recent sustained period of growth this creative and innovative company requires a Flex Developer to join their expanding team. This is an exciting role that provides the opportunity to join a leading digital media company at a great time of success, expansion and continued profitability.

As a Flex Developer, your key objective will be responsibility for the development of video oriented applications using Flex (AS3), assisting with the maintenance of existing products and with the design and development of new, highly technical solutions using latest Microsoft technologies.

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Job: Two Flash/Web Developer Positions in London

Evolution Gaming, an industry leader in live, real-time online casino games, is currently looking to fill two positions. The first one is for a Senior Flash Developer with a focus on ActionScriptwhile the second position is more of a general web development role with a focus on HTMl/CSS and also Flash.

You can read the full requirements for the Senior Flash Developer role here, the details for the Web Developer Role are here.

Interested parties should direct their CV and accompanying covering letter to heidi@evolutiongaming.com or call +44 207 563 9140


Updated Flash Positions at Akamai, US Locations Added

Very brief update on my recent post in regards due the Flash Senior Solutions Architect roles which Akamai is trying to fill. In addition to Munich position they are also looking for candidates to work in New York City and San Mateo, CA. Please refer to the original job ad for the full job description and apply through that if you think you have got what it takes ;-)


Job: Senior Solutions Architect Wanted at Akamai

UPDATE: Akamai are also looking for US based applicants.

I've recently received an interesting job posting from my contacts at Akamai and am posting it here as it may be of interest to some of you.

While the ad states a location of Munich they are actually trying to fill a couple of positions which can be based in either London, Paris or Munich.

The descritpion in brief: "Flash/Silverlight Senior Solutions Architects are part of the Akamai Professional Services team and work directly with Akamai's clients to deliver Akamai solutions. You will develop advanced Flash, Silverlight and mobile players and applications. This will include preparation of graphics, working with technical project managers and developers for webservice/backend integration, all the way through final delivery of the completed project for release or deployment."
You can view the full ad here.


Job Opening: Rich Media Architect

Perform is one of the leading providers of online video in Europe, streaming over 10,000 live sports events each year and up to 10m on demand video streams every week using Flash.
The company is looking for a technical guru to lead their team of excellent Flash developers and help the thriving company to take online sports video to the next level. This is a challenging job, with huge scope to be creative and great content to work with. Based in Middlesex, UK.

Please contact: careers@performgroup.com - feel free to mention Flashcomguru if you apply, it may just give you the edge ;-)


There's Plenty of FMS Work Around

I've just had a look onto the job board of my forums and there seem to be plenty of job requests with few or no replies. Granted, some of the jobs posted look a bit - let's say - less professional, but on the other hand there's companies like stickam posting flexible on-site and telecommute positions. But no replies. Did the developers reply directly or nor at all? I'm not sure.

Wowza and Red5 are also in heavy demand, but again with few or no replies. So if you are a developer stuck in an agency building Flash banners then ask yourself what else you could be doing...?

Another good place to promote yourself for free in front of the who's who of FMS is my mailing list, that's in case you are looking for FMS related work. Potential employers are also encouraged to post their jobs there.


Job: Senior Flash Media Server Developer (Freelance)

The people at Mobifriends have asked me to post the following job offer:

"We are developing a new internet and mobile social network service. http://www.mobifriends.com

We have been working with one company to develop the VideoChat of Mobifriends.

They have done the first phase of the development, but now we have to do the second phase of the development, but they are busy with other issues and they have given to us the sourcecode. We contacted some developers, but they are busy until January, and the project is already delayed and we cannot wait until then.

The second phase should take around two weeks.

We are looking for a professional Flash media server developer with a very good knowledge of Flash, Flash Media Server and Action Script 2, with experience writing multi-user multiple-rooms Videochat applications.

Although now we need to finish the VideoChat, we would carry on improving the service. If we work well, we will have more works to be done in the near future.

If you are available to start now with our project, and you could prepare a close budget and schedule estimation for the second phase, please contact us at jobs DOT fms AT mobifriends DOT com and we will provide you more detailed information."


Flash/Flex Position in San Mateo, CA

Technical Marketing Manager BlackArrow
Location: San Mateo, CA

BlackArrow is looking for a dynamic, highly motivated technical marketing manager for its hosted multiplatform advertising solutions for viewer controlled video. This candidate must have deep experience with Adobe Flash technology, strong knowledge of the Internet and network architecture, a passion for creating compelling rich media marketing pieces, and the ability to thrive in a demanding, fast-paced startup environment.

Responsibilities: This position provides critical technical support to marketing and sales at BlackArrow. It is divided into two main roles:
- Demo / Marketing Materials Development
- Create and maintain web-based demonstrations that highlight the BlackArrow Ad Solutions in real world web video examples
- Rapidly prototype proof of concepts for new projects and/or hypothetical customer deployments
- Develop technical marketing materials, including whitepapers and rich media presentations, that highlight the BlackArrow system
- Sales Engineering / Evangelism
- Perform presentations and demonstrations to customers and partners via in face meetings, web conferencing, and at tradeshows
- Handle and resolve pre-sales technical issues
- Create and maintain web-based demonstrations that highlight the BlackArrow Ad Solutions in real world web video examples

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Senior Flash Developer Required in Sydney

Senior Flash Developer required: An opportunity to join top Flash development agency in Sydney, Australia...

Who wouldn't want to work in Sydney? The Farm Digital (http://www.thefarmdigital.com.au) is one of Australia's leading independent digital agencies, recognised for outstanding production and strategic thinking. We specialise in strategy, design and development of applications and content across multiple digital platforms, including internet, mobile, broadcast and experiential multimedia.

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Hot SF-based Startup Seeks Phenomenal Flash Developer

I've just received this job posting which I think will be of interest to some of you.

Scribd.com, a VC-backed startup in San Francisco, is working on a stealth Flash project that is really, really cool. We're pushing the boundaries of what's possible in Flash, and we're looking for a great hacker to help us launch this ground-breaking product.
Must haves are a solid background in general programming with substantial experience in ActionScript programming (we use AS3). C++ experience is a big plus, as is experience with FMS. Creativity and interest in tackling a profoundly challenging problem are essential.

Scribd is a small, rapidly growing startup backed by top-tier venture capitalists (and Paul Graham's Y Combinator) with a beautiful office in downtown San Francisco. Scribd launched in March 2007 and was immediately popular. In just 6 months we've already grown into the world's largest open library of documents. We love to hire people who are passionate, creative, and interested in taking on a lot of responsibility.
Email responses to Jared at hackers@scribd.com.


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