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Creative Technologist

BRUNNER is an integrated marketing agency with a fast-paced, creative environment. We love big ideas and are looking to add new talent to our team

We’re seeking candidates to fill a growth oriented role that we’re calling a “Creative Technologist”.  We’re asking for a lot: contemporary web, mobile and game development skills, an insatiable appetite for new technologies like virtual and mixed reality or Internet of Things, or maybe even a passion for new forms of user experience design such as voice interfaces.

 ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Proactively learn, explore and research emerging technologies (IoT, Proximity, Virtual Reality, Mobile, Social, Analytics, Gamification, etc.)
  • Proactively develop R&D and prototype ideas and pilots.
  • Ability to advance R&D efforts by working alone, or with multi-discipline teams by using your HTML5, XHTML, Unity, client-side scripting, UX and Design and other skills necessary for cutting edge interactive projects.
  • Proven ability to stay current (or even ahead of the curve) of new technologies by “getting your hands” dirty, experimentation and rapid iteration.
  • Act as a technical lead for projects that come out of our R&D efforts.
  • Stay current on interactive development techniques and software tools.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

Four (4) year college degree or training in interactive programming and website or game development, design or equivalent work experience; three +years of experience.

SKILLS REQUIRED:

  • Ability to assess, learn and assimilate new technologies.
  • Inquisitive with an inherent love for emerging tech.  You would do this on your own time if you didn’t work in the field because you love it.
  • Ability to communicate your creative ideas to team members and management.  You might be working with an intern one day, and our CIO the next.
  • Can solve development problems through the use of innovative web development techniques and help guide the team towards the successful implementation of such solutions.
  • Highly skilled in contemporary web, UX, game development, API, mobile, etc. development methods.  And if you don’t know it, you are willing to learn quickly.

KEY PERFORMANCE MEASURES:

Innovation
Quality
Proactivity
Team Performance

 

 

ENVIRONMENTAL DEMANDS:
Normal office environment. Ability to sit for extended periods of time including extensive use of PC equipment. 

 

We offer a full range of benefits including health, dental, vision, commuter benefits, life insurance, 401k, and more. We are an equal opportunity employer and do not consider an individual's race, religion, ethnicity, national origin, age, sex, disability, marital status, sexual orientation or veteran status when making an employment decision.

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