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[job list] ACM@UIUC Weekly Job Postings



ACM@UIUC Weekly Job Postings
Week of June 7th, 2007

With postings from:
Social Spaces - UIUC HCI research group
PDI/DreamWorks Animation

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Title: Programmer
Company: Social Spaces - UIUC HCI research group
Contact: Matthew Yapchaian <yapchaian@xxxxxxxxx> 401 949 5739
Hiring for: Full-time Part-time 
Description:
We are looking for an undergraduate student who wants to work on an
engaging creative HCI research project this summer? 
We are researching live asynchronous networked communication using
static images in-place of: text, audio, and/or video. 
Required Skills: Applescript, Cocoa, Mac OSX, Linux, basic networking
skills. 
Compensation and hours will depend on student?s skills set and
citizenship status. 
General themes of research: visual communication, temporality,
ambient/peripheral presence, live & asynchronous communication, and
graffiti.
For additional information please contact Matthew Yapchaian at
yapchaian@gmail  or  myapcha2@uiuc 


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Title: Software Application Engineer ? FX Tools
Company: PDI/DreamWorks Animation
Contact: Recruiting <jobs@xxxxxxx> 
Hiring for: Full-time  
Description:
DreamWorks Animation is looking for an experienced software engineer to
join the development team responsible for the company's proprietary
effects tools.  This engineer will interact closely with production
artists, pipeline engineers and systems engineers to help establish the
direction of these tools.  Attention to detail and good communication
skills are essential. 
Qualifications
?	M.S. or B.S. in Computer Science along with 4-6 years professional
experience.
?	Expert in C/C++ software development.
?	Experience in problem solving and balancing quick turnaround with
long-term quality.
?	Strong communication skills and ability to work with both technical
and non-technical users.
?	Working knowledge of scripting languages (Python, Perl, Mel) a plus.

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