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Many of you out there want to get into the gaming industry. Now, finding jobs like game designer or content creator are few and far between, but you gotta start somewhere. Perhaps getting your foot in the door through the Warehouse can work. I know of several people who've done just that. Privateer Press is looking for new Warehouse Associates, so you might just want to apply.

Ever wanted to break into the gaming industry, but you never felt like you had a chance? Are you good with graphic design? Well, Broken Egg might just be your ticket in. They're looking for someone to create tokens for board and card games. Send in your application and you may just find yourself in the gaming industry proper.

Want to make your way into the gaming industry? Want to connect with fellow gamers in your local area? Want to work for one of the veteran game companies out there? Do you live in or around the Nottingham area? If you answered "Yes" to these questions, then Warlord Games might just want you to run their HQ store.

Want to get into the gaming industry? Are you good at sales and creating connections with gaming store owners? Then Warlord Games might be looking for you. They're hiring a new Account Developer as well as an Account Manager in their home office in Nottingham. Do you have what it takes?

DGS Games wants to bring a new faction to the world of Freeblades. They're hoping that there will be strong African themes within the faction in terms of looks and style. To create this faction, they have put out a call for people of African-American background in order to make sure things are done in a respectful and authentic way. No previous experience is necessary, so if you're looking to try your hand at making a new faction for a game, this might be your chance.

Are you looking to break into the gaming industry? Do you look at what a company is doing and go, "Pfft, I could market and sell that game so much better!"? If so, you might be just what Arcane Wonders is looking for. They want to hire a new Marketing & Sales Manager. Think you're up to the task? Send in your resume today.

Wyrd Games loves to go all-out for Gen Con. And, I mean, why not? It's 4 days of gaming with tens of thousands of gamers from all over the world. For those that'll be at the show, they've posted up what Malifaux and The Other Side releases they'll have at the show.

They're also hiring a pair of game designers. Considered by many to be the "holy grail" of gaming jobs, if you think you have what it takes, send in your resume.

Getting into the gaming industry was something I worked at for a very long time before making it. I know many of you are probably the same, looking for your chance. Well, Privateer Press is currently hiring for some entry-level positions in their production and warehouse team. You never know, you might start there and end up being the CEO of the next big gaming company. Why not take a look?

The graphic design behind a game can make or break it. You may not think about it often, but you probably have looked at a game and gone, "I mean... that just doesn't look right." Or "that game looks awesome! Let's give it a try!" It's the Graphic Designer that did that. And you can be the new one for Indie Boards & Cards, as they're hiring.

If you've been looking to get into the gaming industry, USAopoly has some new opportunities for you. They're looking for a Brand Manager, Communications Coordinator, and Director of Communications & Marketing Services. Think you might be the right gamer for the job? Head over and apply now.

Hush Hush Projects, the company behind the popular Fog of Love game, is looking to add to their team. They're wanting to add a Global Marketing Manager, a Global Events Manager, and a North American Events and Sales Coordinator.

Who's up for moving to Denmark?

Are you looking to break into the gaming industry? Well, Modiphius Entertainment is looking to hire Junior Game Developers as well as a Marketing Manager. If you think you'd fit well with either of those spots, you might just want to send in your CV.

Maybe you want to get into the gaming industry. But maybe you're not great at creating models or painting. Maybe you're not the best at coming up with game ideas. But one thing you can do is sell the hell out of a game. If that's the case, then Privateer Press is looking for you, as they're hiring a new Sales Account Manager.

There's a lot of possible places for jobs that can fit your personality in the gaming industry. If you're one for math and figuring out things like that, there's game design. If you're one for language, there's writing and proofing. If you like getting your hands dirty and working with molten metal, there's minis construction. Privateer Press is looking to add a new Metal Caster to their team.

If you've ever looked at something a company's doing and went, "That's no way to sell that game! I could do that infinitely better!" then Corvus Belli might just be looking for you. They're hiring a new Business Relationship Manager, and you could be the right gamer for the job.

Are you a gamer looking to break into the gaming scene? The "dream job" of many of you is currently open up over at Steamforged. They are looking to hire a new Game Designer, and you might just be the person for the job. Swing on over and check out the requirements and send in your resume to be added to the list.

Do you like games? Do you like conventions? Do you like gaming conventions? Are you exceedingly detail-oriented and can manage several projects at once? If so, you might be just what Privateer Press is looking for. They are in the market for a new Convention Coordinator. If you're the right gamer for the job, send in your resume and apply.

If you're looking to break into the gaming industry, but you don't know where to begin, Privateer Press is looking for a couple people for their team. They're seeking a new Resin Caster as well as a Warehouse Clerk. This could be your big break.

Have you ever wanted to join the gaming industry? Of course you have! It's awesome! Sure, there's a lot of work, but hey, gaming! Well, if you're in the area of Britain (the job is a phone one, but you gotta show up in Nottingham from time to time for meetings), and want to work for Warlord Games, they're hiring.
While you may think that Dog Might Games only does gaming stuff, they're also a world-leader in bio-medical research. In the OR, their doctors work tirelessly, and they're looking for a new Operations Assistant to... *gets handed a note*
Oh, it has come to my attention that Dog Might does not actually perform medical experiments and "Operations Assistant" is actually someone who deals with logistics, sales, and customer service. ... Alright then... They're still looking for one.
Games don't just form, fully-created from the minds of designers. They have to go through rigorous playtesting before they can make their way to your game tables. Dog Might Games is looking for players out there who will help them make sure that their games are all that they can be. Send in your application and you might be testing out the latest and greatest.
I am not good at writing stories. Well, I mean, I can write news stories semi-ok, and articles about games, but when it comes to an actual story, I'm not so hot. But if you are, and you'd like to write for Wyrd, they're seeking a new Freelance Writer to join their team.
Maintaining websites is hard. Trust me, I know. And I'm basically at the stage where I think computers are run by little gnomes and sprites that sometimes go on vacation or have a coffee break, so everything stops working for seemingly no reason, only to start back up again also for seemingly no reason. If you're much more tech-savvy than me (and that doesn't take much), then maybe you should apply for the Web Professional job that just opened up at Privateer Press.
Well, one of the "dream job" openings that you don't see often in the gaming world has become available. Wyrd is looking for a miniatures game designer to add to their team. Do you think you have what it takes to work with one of the leading miniatures games out on the market? If so, get your resume together and apply now.
Would you like a job in the gaming industry? Maybe you don't feel you're cut out for game design, or you're not interested in doing warehouse work, and your painting game isn't quite up to par. There's still opportunities for you. Talk Wargaming is looking to add to their team, hiring for such positions as Advertising Sales and Content Seeker. If you think you'd be the right gamer for the job, send in your application.