Positions have cropped up throughout the world, reports OXM, with one vacancy asking: "Do you want to work on the future of Natural User Input as a member of the team that *shipped* Kinect for the Xbox 360?"
The ad for a Software Development Engineer continues: "The Xbox Platform Team is gearing up towards the next generation of Natural User Interface (NUI) technologies.
"We are the convergence zone of MSR, Incubation, Game Developers and the XBOX Platform, providing the building blocks for exciting new NUI experiences."
Electronic engineers are also sought for Microsoft's research labs in Haifa, Israel. Responsibilities include "designing, building and delivering the devices and the innovative solution for Xbox and various future NUI applications".
"If you are passionate for electronic design of 3D imaging cameras which will serve millions throughout the world, we are offering a unique and great opportunity for talented people, to help us build and ensure our products meets the highest standards," the listing reads.
Recent leaked Xbox 720 documents claim that the console will feature Kinect 2.0, 3D technology and the long-rumoured Xbox TV.
A recent Microsoft patent filing backs up the claims, suggesting that Microsoft's next console will feature an improved Kinect device and two CPUs, one for gaming and another for multimedia applications.