Becoming a Paladin
Being part of a small game studio means you are part of a close team who depend on each other to make great games. Teamwork is essential: there is no place for lone wolfs or superstars. Working as a Paladin means you contribute to the team in many ways, whether you are an engineer, designer or marketer. You become a Knight of the Round Table – in other words, you wear many hats and there is no such thing as “your department”. Does that sound good? Read on :-)
We have the following job openings:
Producer / Project Lead (Dutch only)
We are looking for a full-time project lead to strengthen the management team.
Unity / C# programmer (both English and Dutch applicants welcome)
We are looking for a kick-ass Unity programmer to make awesome games with us.
To apply, please drop a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For open applications: we are always on the lookout for talented folks. However, please note that we do not answer every open application personally. We will keep your application on file and get back to you when we have a position available that matches your profile.
Game Artist (starting January 2012) Game Programmer (starting January 2013) Marketing / Community Management / Customer Support (starting January 2013)
(The next internship round start mid 2013)
Students are welcome to apply by sending an email including resume to email@example.com. Be sure to include a link to your online portfolio. Please note the following conditions:
- You need to be a student studying at MBO/HBO/WO levels. If you are not a student, you cannot get an internship. If you are at high school, you cannot get an internship. Sorry about that.
- You need to speak fluent Dutch and be able to work with us at the office in The Hague;
- You need to have an internship of at least three months to apply.
To make sure you’re included in the hiring process, please take note of the following:
- Send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, if you send it to another mail address (including personal mail addresses) you will be outside of the hiring system we use.
- Include a prominent link to your portfolio in the e-mail. A link to an online portfolio is much better than attachments or -gasp- nothing at all. Your portfolio is the most important part of any application, so do not bury it inside your résumé. This only goes for creatives (artists, designers, programmers, audio folks).
- Regarding your portfolio: Give us something to look at and play with. If you are a programmer, post some working projects, not just code snippets. If you are an artist, show the process of your work and give some brief descriptions.
- If you are not good at web design, we recommend that you use an online portfolio tool like DeviantArt or Behance. Remember that it’s not about your website, it’s about your work. If you do decide to make your own website, we will consider it part of your portfolio.
- Make a good selection – not too little, but leave out the pieces which do not represent you well.
- Get feedback from your friends and family before applying – it can help a lot.
- Please be patient… We try to batch the reviews and it can take weeks for us to respond (not always, but it happens). If you got the autoresponder, we got your message and we will have a look at your mail.
- Want to stand out from the crowd? Show us you have come this far reading this page, by starting your mail with “Howdy partners!”. It’s not a guarantee for an invitation, but you will get a nice label in our system with “howdy” on it. And it makes sure that Google doesn’t send you to the spam folder. This is definitely a good start :-)
Note for recruitment agencies: We do not accept unsolicited agency resumes via the jobs mailbox, phone or other channels. Please do not contact us and/or send us candidates or resumes.