Open Call for Unity Tech Editors and Authors

We’re looking for advanced Unity developers to join our Unity Tutorial Team as authors and tech editors! By Annette Marlette.

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Are you an experienced Unity developer and enjoy sharing your knowledge with the community? If so, we have a great opportunity for you! We’re looking for advanced Unity developers to join our Unity Tutorial Team as authors and tech editors!

These are paid part-time contracting positions that you can do in the evenings and weekends. Keep reading to find out more about what’s involved and how to apply!

Top Reasons to Join the Unity Team

  1. Learning: You’ll always be learning something new — and you’ll have fun doing it! You’ll become a better developer and writer. The best part is you’ll make a lot of new friends who are also passionate about Unity along the way.
  2. It’s paid!: You get paid for each tutorial you tech edit, so it’s a great side gig. Plus as a team member, you’ll get free access to everything we make on our site, and access to special team-only opportunities and benefits.
  3. Special Opportunities: Members of the Tutorial Team get access to special opportunities such as contributing to our books and products, speaking at our conference, being a guest on our podcast, working on team projects and much more.
  4. Make a Difference: We get emails every day about how our tutorials help our readers make their first app, get their dream job or accomplish a lifelong dream of making their own game. This means a lot to us, and it makes all the hard work worth it!

Requirements and How to Apply

Here are the requirements:

  • You must be an experienced Unity developer.
  • You should be a good writer with fluent English writing skills.
  • You should be comfortable learning about brand new topics that you’ve never done before; some of which may be poorly documented or not documented at all.
  • You should have a strong work ethic. This will be a significant time commitment and you must be able to deliver on deadline.

To apply, send me an email, and be sure to include the following information:

  • Please specify which role you prefer.
  • Why do you want to join the Unity Tutorial Team?
  • Please tell me a little bit about yourself and your experience.
  • What is the best Unity game you’ve made or worked on and why are you proud of the work you did on this game? [Please include link]
  • Please include links to your StackOverFlow account, Twitter account, your GitHub account, or your Unity Answers/Forums Account (if you have one).

If you’re applying to be an author, you’ll be required to write a sample tutorial to gauge your writing skills. If you’re applying to be a tech editor, you’ll be given a tech editor tryout so we can gauge your editing skills. If you pass the tryout, you’re in!

Now’s the time!

Don’t sit on the sidelines wishing you had applied — try out for the team. Come share your knowledge and be part of our growing Unity community!
I’m looking forward to hearing from you!