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For Candidates


If you’re looking for a new job in the games industry and you’ve never used an agency before, we’re happy to help shed some light on the matter. 

First of all you’ll need to ensure your CV and portfolio are up to date. Read up on our CV tips if you're looking for inspiration.

If we already have a role you've seen that's suitable, get in touch with the Consultant directly and they will talk to you about the role, about the company, your skills, experience, motivations and what you might be looking for next. If that one isn't for you we'll make sure you're kept up to date with more suitable opportunities. If we have something for you right now then we'll get to work sending over your application to the studio or studios we’ve discussed. Please be reassured, we will never send your CV anywhere unless you have given us your permission to represent you first. You're always in control. 


As the process goes on we keep in touch with feedback, arrange interviews, co-ordinate any tests and once you've got an offer we'll help with negotiation right through to the end, balancing the needs of both parties so that everyone's happy. This is about taking your next step. Together. 


If you're ready to get in touch, we'd love to hear from you. 

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Design Manager

Salary

to £100k (Dependent on experience)

Location:

Leamington Spa, Warwickshire

Specialisms

Designer

Design Director

Location

Midlands

Job type

Permanent

Salary

£80 - 90,000

£90 - 100,000

£100,000+

Description

Design Manager from a AAA design background to manage a team of ten working on an open-world action adventure title. Midlands based, hybrid working, salary to £100k plus benefits.

Reference

9122

Expiry Date

01/01/0001

Simon Pittam

Author

Simon Pittam
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Senior UI Programmer / Engineer (Video Games) – Hybrid in Guildford

Salary

Salary up to £76k DoE

Location:

Hybrid (3 days a week onsite in Guildford)

Specialisms

Programmer

UI Programmer

Location

South East

Job type

Permanent

Salary

£40 - 50,000

£50 - 60,000

£60 - 70,000

£70 - 80,000

Description

Senior UI Programmer for a AAA PC / Console Dev, Hybrid onsite in Guildford.

Reference

9062a

Expiry Date

01/01/0001

Lee  Burns

Author

Lee Burns
Lee  Burns

Author

Lee Burns
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Senior Tech Artist (Video Games) – Fully remote or Hybrid onsite (UK, Northeast) – Salary up to £60k

Salary

Salary up to £60k DoE

Location:

Remote Working or onsite Hybrid

Specialisms

Technical Artist

Tools Programmer

Location

Remote working

North East

Job type

Permanent

Salary

£30 - 40,000

£40 - 50,000

£50 - 60,000

£60 - 70,000

Description

Experienced Senior Tech Artist to work with one of the UK's top indie developers.

Reference

9123

Expiry Date

01/01/0001

Lee  Burns

Author

Lee Burns
Lee  Burns

Author

Lee Burns
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