New Game Design Jobs

Updated 14/04/21

Game Systems Designer - Barcelona - Globally Recognised Developer - Vastly Experienced Team - Prototyping New IP

Senior Level Designer - London - One of 2020's Top IPs - Award-Winning Studio - Build Levels With Global Exposure

Remote Lead Combat Designer - Brand New IP - Team of AAA Veterans - Impressive Track Record

Lead Game Designer - Brighton - Exciting Range of Projects - Excellent Employee Rating - Fast-Growing Studio

Principal Game Designer in Farnborough - Innovative VR Projects - Integral Role on Major Title - Highly Creative Culture

Lead Level Designer - Stockholm - Innovative Games That Push Boundaries - Critically Acclaimed IP - Full Creative Autonomy

Design Manager in Cambridge - Globally Loved IP - Key Managerial Role - Excellent Benefits & Perks

Head of Design - Vancouver - Exciting AA IP - Fast-Growing Indie Studio - Senior Management Position

These design roles are just a snippet of the current opportunities we have available, but we have plenty more if game design is your thing, from studios all over the world that are looking for talent like yours! There's bound to be something perfect for you, so click to find all of our Game Design Roles here.

Want to stay in the know about our newest design roles? Keep an eye on this page which is updated weekly with new opportunities.

Or get in touch with Jack below to chat about these openings, and others!

Senior Production & Design Consultant Jack Reid

Jack looks after three areas, Games Design, Games Production and Game Analytics yet with the help of his near photographic memory he will always remember you and everything you’ve ever discussed. He’s no stranger to production himself, spending a few years producing incredible tapas as Head Chef of a Spanish Tapas restaurant. Jack also owns a pug called Pumba who was the ring bearer at his wedding and even got his own custom suit to match the groomsmen.

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