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Round-Up: Gamasutra Network Jobs, Week Of July 8

In the latest postings over the last seven days, Gamasutra's <a href="http://www.gamasutra.com/jobs/">jobs board</a> plays host to roles in every major discipline, including opportunities at Treyarch, OnLive, and Sony Computer Entertainment America.

Eric Caoili, Blogger

July 8, 2011

3 Min Read

In the latest postings over the last seven days, Gamasutra's jobs board plays host to roles in every major discipline, including opportunities at Treyarch, OnLive, and Sony Computer Entertainment America. Each position posted by employers will appear on the main Gamasutra job board, and appear in the site's daily and weekly newsletters, reaching our readers directly. It will also be cross-posted for free across Gamasutra's network of submarket sites, which includes content sites focused on online worlds, cellphone games, 'serious games', independent games and more. Some of the notable jobs posted this week include: - OnLive: Game Services Engineer: "OnLive is Games On Demand. The technology behind the scenes is what delivers the latest, high-end game titles to your PC, Mac or TV using your typical broadband connection. We have an amazing team working to deliver a product and service that is truly groundbreaking. We are pushing the limits of technology and are looking for creative, driven team players that want to make a difference in shaping the future of interactive media distribution." - Treyarch / Activision: Lead Multiplayer Designer: "Founded in 1996, and acquired by Activision in 2001, Treyarch has grown to become one of the most successful game developers in the world. Home to some of the industry's best and brightest creative talents, Treyarch's most recent creation is Call of Duty: Black Ops. Treyarch's latest offering, Call of Duty: Black Ops, encapsulates the studio's years of experience in developing Call of Duty games, first person shooters, and online multiplayer games. With a successful track record, extensive infrastructure, and strong management, Treyarch has the solid foundation it needs to pioneer the Call of Duty franchise in the future." - EA - Austin: Security Engineer: "Electronic Arts Inc. (EA), headquartered in Redwood City, California, is the world's leading interactive entertainment software company. Founded in 1982, the company develops, publishes, and distributes interactive software worldwide for videogame systems, personal computers and the Internet. Electronic Arts markets its products under four brand names: EA SPORTS, EA, EA SPORTS BIG and POGO. In fiscal 2006, EA posted revenue of $2.95 billion and had 27 titles that sold more than one million copies." - Sony Computer Entertainment America LLC: Developer Support Engineer: "Be a part of the most exciting and innovating computer entertainment in North America. Sony Computer Entertainment America LLC (SCEA) markets the PlayStation family of products and develops, publishes, markets, and distributes software for the PS one console, the PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 3 computer entertainment systems and the PlayStation Portable (PSP)." - LOLapps: Senior 2D Artists: "Lolapps is a small, but growing social gaming company with respectful peers. We are as dedicated to building a great culture as we are to building great products. We're only 50 people. You can make a MASSIVE impact here. Your work will be enjoyed by millions of people from around the world. We iterate quickly and release high quality games in a matter of months vs years. We have all the typical start-up stuff (smart people, challenging problems to solve, Rock Band, great city views, etc). We buy your lunch and provide free yoga. We can relocate you to our office in San Francisco (downtown / SOMA area)." To browse hundreds of similar jobs, and for more information on searching, responding to, or posting game industry-relevant jobs to the top source for jobs in the business, please visit Gamasutra's job board now.

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About the Author(s)

Eric Caoili


Eric Caoili currently serves as a news editor for Gamasutra, and has helmed numerous other UBM Techweb Game Network sites all now long-dead, including GameSetWatch. He is also co-editor for beloved handheld gaming blog Tiny Cartridge, and has contributed to Joystiq, Winamp, GamePro, and 4 Color Rebellion.

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