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Calling Leading Mission Builders

Calling Leading Mission Builders

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Are you building missions for FSX? If so, I may want to hear from you...

Here is what I can tell you without your being under a hard-core non-disclosure agreement.

We are looking for an individual that is very good at building missions with the object placement tool, has proven design and writing skills based on missions completed to date, and is available to work.

We are using an employment agency as a vehicle to employ such a candidate as a CONTRACTOR for a limited amount of time which is our normal process for temporary personnel. I need to make it very clear this is not an opportunity to join the ACES team as a permanent employee, but it is an opportunity to work on some cool stuff. It's very unlikely we would be able to consider candidates from outside the US simply because of the timeline required to deal with VISA issues.

Are you interested and do you think you meet the criteria? If so, send me an e-mail with your resume and links to where your missions are available for download. There aren't that many of you out there with missions available to download so I don't expect to be completely innundated with resumes. Please don't send your information with wishful thinking about what you would like to do as we can only focus on individuals that have playable missions that can be evaluated beginning next week.

 This could get interesting :)

 

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  • Is this "work from your home", or work in Washington?

  • This will teach me to step away from my computer for a weekend. Others have blogged all of this information,

  • I would think in this case it would be a work from home deal. Basically if we find someone using this mechanism, they would become a temp employee of the agency we use as a "vendor." Vendors can work wherever they want. The only really complicated scenario is if we go international.

  • P-12C,

    Do you envision this being a "full-time" position?

    I'm currently fully employed and at a salary that's probably not in the range you're considering (and so the temporary aspect would leave a bit of concern), but I'm intrigued by the "work-at-home" angle and wondering if I could fit such an opportunity into a schedule that already includes full time network administration.

    You can download missions from the blogsite linked by my name above and see whether they would even merit your attention or be the kind of stuff you're interested in.

    Regards,

    Kevin D. Greene

  • It's a temporary gig and thus not full time. I know that does present issues for most folks building missions, but that is unavoidable.

  • Kevin D Greene, AKA RightNumberOne... Sorry I didn't make the connection right away. Send me an e-mail.

  • Paul,

    I've sent you an email using the contact form on this blog. Let me know if you have not received it.

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