Creative Edinburgh is looking for a new Executive Director to lead the organisation and support the city’s creative community as it emerges from the uncertainty of Covid and responds to the rapid evolution of our creative world. The organisation is looking for someone who understands the reality of working in the creative industries, especially for... Continue Reading →
A new report from Games Job Live shows things are looking good for the UK games industry. With a changing jobs landscape and the biggest studios hiring in the hundreds, there's lots to be optimistic about.
We’ve been on the blower to the country’s development studios, technology companies and employers and rounded up a steamy fresh batch of videogame job openings in Scotland.
Our friends at Games Jobs Live are back with a series of events this month, kicking off with their first livestream of 2021.
Scotland has an astonishing new videogames taking place in February 2021. The Play Away Festival 2021 is a fortnight's festival of gaming from our friends at the Tinderbox Collective. Play Away is taking a different approach to gaming. Videogames have an incredible amount to offer the world beyond their huge commercial success. Gaming is now... Continue Reading →
UKIE is joining the UKIE Government Kickstart scheme, to help fund games businesses to hire and train young people (aged 16-24) for roles within the videogames industry.
Games Jobs LIVE has partnered with Game Republic to create a new online recruitment event for the videogames industry in the North of England.
Dundee's Ruffian Games is now hiring for multiple engineering positions, to work on 'upcoming titles' from Rockstar Games.
Team Rock is looking for a programmer and artist to start a new in-house game development team. Unlike traditional games companies, Team Rock is approaching the games sector from a different angle. The company comes from a music industry background, publishing monthly magazines including Metal Hammer, Classic Rock and Prog, as well as streaming Team... Continue Reading →