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Junior Developers - Full/Part Time (London Office)
Looking to work in the table top industry? Love playing games?
Modiphius is looking for an experienced wargame player to join our development team as Junior Developer.
The role will involve playtesting games in development, giving feedback and ideas to get them ready for production. You will often be working to a tight brief while hitting deadlines to ensure we meet the vision and timeframe for each product.
As well as playtesting and development, you may also be called on to research products and licences, assist at conventions and shows running demos or supporting the stand, proofreading documents and other ad hoc tasks as required.
The ideal candidate would; game on a regular basis with a wide knowledge of both mainstream and niche games, have strong spoken and written English, be able to work in a tight and sometimes hectic team environment, give and receive constructive criticism, ideally have some painting and modelling ability and most importantly be able to work in our central London office.
If you enjoy tinkering with rule sets and games and are looking for a challenging but rewarding role (with a chance to see your name in the credits of commercially released product) send a CV and covering letter, with some examples of your work (we leave it to you to decide what that means) - please use the form below.
Marketing and Communications Manager- Full Time (London Office)
Do you speak Table Top?
As our full-time Marketing and Communications Manager you are the voice of tabletop games. You work closely with our operations team, commercial team and development heads where you are responsible for our marketing and sales campaigns. You will build and grow our relationships with vloggers, fans, reviewers and anyone that is interested in our games.
The home of tabletop storytelling. At Modiphius we create and publish a variety of games both in house and licensed in. We are a leader in our field, running incredibly successful international distribution, direct to fan webstore and IP creation all in one company. We are a small company and value our family feel and close working relationships.
In the Marketing and Communications Manager role, you’ll be successful if you can:
If this role sounds perfect for you then...
Along with your CV, please answer the following in your cover letter:
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Please apply by submitting a CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Freelance Layout Artist - Remote
Modiphius is looking for freelance layout artists with experience with boardgame components (cards, countersheets, ruleooks, boxes etc).
- Experience with Adobe InDesign, Photoshop & Illustrator.
- Effective time management working across multiple titles.
- Must be able to work to a brief within tight time limitations.
We will also consider strong candidates with Tabletop RPG layout experience.
The role is remote and will report in to our Head of Design.
Please contact us via email@example.com with your portfolio links and CV.
Unfortunately we can only respond to successful applicants at this time but thank you for your interest, best of luck!
Logistics Assistant or Manager - OFFICE BASED
This position will work within the Operations Team, Sales, Customer Service and Finance ensures the smooth running of the company.
- Requires experience of working in imports and exports, air and sea freight.
- Analysing shipping costs; stock management/forecasting; shipping costs breakdown, and preparing multi-wave pre-orders, as well as day to day orders.
- Leasing with our warehouse on a daily basis.
- Proven experience dealing with SKUs, spare parts and packaging development is essential.
- This role does not require any working knowledge of tabletop games.
- Must be London based or able to commute. Further details on application.
Writers, Editors, Layout, Proof Readers, Illustrators, Game Designers
We are always on the lookout for creatives to join our extended teams for our major game projects. These roles are typically remote and do not require you to be in London. When writing please include details of particular projects you'd like to work on and why plus a CV. We look forward to hearing from you!
WRITERS PLEASE NOTE! You must have previous experience of contributing to a published roleplaying game and working to a deadline.
We are committed to diversity in both our core office team as well as our wide ranging creative teams and you will find us very open and approachable.