Electronicstars, Ltd – Digital Designer Vacancy

Job Description:

An exciting Video-Gaming Platform Start-up is seeking the service of a young talent who will help the company take its first steps to success. This young talent should have a degree or similar in digital design. The ideal candidate should also be a creative, intuitive, proactive and most of all outgoing. 


The Electronicstars process:

Electronicstars embodies a culture of continuous improvement – both in the product and in its people. We never settle for "good enough," recognizing that truly great products are built, refined and perfected over time. At Electronicstars you will work closely across teams – from engineers to executives – to improve the current product and build the next set of amazing features for Electronicstars users.


What we're looking for:

You are energetic young designer and passionate about making great products that enrich and improve the lives of real people. You have strong visual design skills, as well as the ability to create and implement your ideas on the web. You care about interaction design, typography and layout, and understand the complex nature of changing web technologies. You've designed for both the web and for mobile,  production of infographics, storyboards, and communication packages, and understand the possibilities and constraints that come with each platform. You feel comfortable iterating quickly, deploying new designs and code daily, and are thrilled by a fast-paced product cycle. Knowledge about video production is a plus.


What we value:

Clear communication, transparency, open-mindedness, empathy and patience are just a few of Electronicstars's cultural values. We are looking for a designer who understands this culture, and will thrive within a team of people passionate about self-improvement, honesty and openness.


Where you'll work:

You will work in the place that makes you happiest, that inspires you daily, and helps you to become the person – and designer – that you wish to be. You will work daily with engineers and team members scattered around the world, and across time zones. 


Send your CV’s by not later than 6th September to jobs@electronicstars.com

LB Group Ltd – Network and System Administrator

LB Group Ltd, an I gaming company based in Malta seeks to hire a Network&System Administrator to join its growing IT group to provide support administration and maintenance of Business Infrastructure


NOC operations
• Good knowledge of network infrastructure and protocols

• Knowledge of Linux Administration • Basic knowledge of Apache/Nginx/Tomcat

• Knowledge of Vm ware esxi

• Basic knowledge of Oracle and Mysql Administration

IT Support
• Knowledge of general good practice in running ICT Systems.

• Microsoft Desktop Operating systems

• Microsoft Server Operating systems

• Active Directory – Use of Group Policies

Good knowledge of English and Italian

To apply, send a cv to: hr@leaderbetmail.com

Telesystems – IT Person Vacancy

Our Company established in 1997  presently requires the services of an IT person for immediate employment. Must  have a clean police conduct and a minimum of  3 years experience in the IT sector – software deployment, configuration and maintenance; network installations, configuration and support; and hardware and software repairs and maintenance.

Good salary, personal insurance and car provided for the right applicant. 

All interested applicants are to send their CV to: Charles E. Agius at: cea@telesystems.com.mt

Resources for Computer Science Education Week

This December 9-15 has been declared national Computer Science Education Week (CSEdWeek). The dates coincide with the birthday of renowned Admiral Grace Hopper, a pioneer in computer science. This initiative is a collaborative effort between members of Congress and Computing in the Core, a coalition of various organizations and corporations dedicated to bringing computer science education to the forefront. There are a number of events being held across the country to celebrate computer science education. These events are self-organizing, and there is a toolkit available to help you plan your participation. 

For more information visit: http://www.edutopia.org/blog/computer-science-education-week-mary-beth-hertz