Our weekly game industry jobs round-up highlights some of the recently advertised positions from Edge Jobs.
Microsoft Game Studios needs a new creative director to helm its London-based team and drive the company’s product vision and quality. You’ll be focused on creating “games and entertainment services influenced by changing consumer consumption and emerging business models”. The team’s primary task is to create and establish new game series, but also to showcase Microsoft’s hardware, so you’ll be expected to be at the top of your game. Find all Microsoft’s jobs here.
University Campus Suffolk’s School of Arts and Humanities has space to fill on its BA (Hons) in Computer Games Design, and is looking for an enthusiastic lecturer to lead the course. You’ll need experience of working in the industry, of course, and a detailed knowledge of the processes and production pipeline behind the creation of videogames. Find all UCS’ jobs here.
If you’d like to join Future Publishing’s vibrant staff, there’s a position open as digital editions designer, which will see you working on the launch of a new technology magazine and with some of the biggest digital edition brands in the UK. You’ll need a good handle on Adobe DPS, Woodwing, FutureFolio or any similar digital publishing software. Find all Future Publishing’s jobs here.
You’ll find a lot more besides on Edge Jobs, spanning roles from across the world, from Shanghai to San Francisco, whether you’re into programming, art, production, QA, marketing or any other discipline. Further refine your search by location, salary and other factors.
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