[For women developers] Full-time game/simulation programmer for Fields of View

[For women developers] Full-time game/simulation programmer for Fields of View

At Fields of View, we design games and simulations to make better policy.

A programmer in Fields of View will work on various projects for FoV, developing tools as per the project requirements and providing assistance to the other teams in developing digital content. The ability to estimate development time and the ability to adapt to deliver reliable quality code is highly valued.

Fields of View is an interdisciplinary group - therefore, the developer is expected to work with people from diverse backgrounds. The developer will be working on multiple projects - therefore, ability to switch contexts, and deliver according to timelines is a must.

We are a not-for-profit research organisation and the position is based in Bangalore.

For details of remuneration and any other information, please mail work@fieldsofview.in with your CV. WOMEN ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.

Remuneration: Between 4 L to 6 L per annum, depending on the candidate’s profile.



Ability to work with UNIX / Linux with ease

Databases PostgreSQL and MySQL

Java / C++ / C#

Python / Perl

Scripting: BASH/Python/Perl



Django / Ruby on Rails


Bonus points for:

Being up-to-date with the latest technologies and concepts in software design.

Examples of scalable, clean, collaborative and maintainable code.

Ability to use existing plug-ins and frameworks effectively.

Proficiency in GIS tools

Working with Simulation tools such as AnyLogic, NetLogo, MATSIM, etc.

Contributor to a popular open source project.

Basic system administration to maintain a web server and database management.


good interdisciplinary requirement - not many ask for NetLogo,GIS stuff.

i didn’t know that NPO like FOV existed in blore’. i have visited their website and read the contents. I feel it is a good work they have attempted to do. Understanding infrastructures & flow, networks, macro behaviour, patterns, complexity & emergence ; economics really needs playful, visual & network thinking. It is wise, they have ask for women developers. Some of our community activities & games we attempt do essentially match some of the policy making decisions.