We run games recruitment events under the banner Games Jobs Live, which this position will be primarily focused on supporting.
You will write articles, courses, and books about getting into and working in the games industry. You will be working from, and building on, stories and advice conveyed by dozens of industry veterans and recruiters, extrapolating points where appropriate, and drilling down on trends you see that are raised repeatedly.
You will also help promote our events and initiatives, gaining an understanding of effective social media techniques.
You will have a portfolio of works you have written in the past. You will be capable of writing factually and engagingly for a broad and diverse audience that have a range of understanding of the subject matter.
You will have a good understanding of the UK’s games industry, and the game development process, and a passion for game development.
You will have good communication skills, work well as part of a larger team, and be self-organising and reliable.
You will work remotely, with flexibility to set your own hours, and expected to join regular team meetings via video conferencing.
How to Apply
If you are a UK resident aged 16 to 24 who is out of education and claiming Universal Credit, please complete this form and reference postal code G4 9TH when speaking to your work coach.
About Games Jobs Live
Games Jobs Live events are livestream events that go out on YouTube which are free and open to all attendees, whether they already work in the industry, another industry, or have recently graduated and are looking to join.
The events showcase the best local game development studios with active vacancies – with each studio succinctly presenting who they are, what they’ve done, and most importantly, who they’re desperately looking for.
Each studio will have their own dedicated chat channel on a Discord so you can follow up with any questions to them, and if you like what you hear, just apply directly.