Jobby: Relic/THQ mixer, Vancouver

By Mike Valiquette

relicThis sounds interesting.  For anyone in gaming, read on! It looks like Relic(or THQ, I’m a little fuzzy on the structure)  is hosting a little get-together in Vancouver for prospective employees.

THQ‘s focus on quality, innovation, and profitability has been paying off, with a slew of 80+ rated titles like Dawn of War 2, UFC: Undisputed, Red Faction: Guerrilla, and WWE Smackdown vs Raw 2010.  The hits will keep on coming, we’ll keep on growing, and we’re looking for some awesome talent to join our company!  We’re recruiting experienced videogame professionals who are interested in creating great games. The next-generation of entertainment needs all types of talent such as Artists, TD’s, Designers, Animators, DD’s, Programmers and Producers at all levels, to name just a few, with the skills to advance the state of the art.  The face of the games industry is changing and now is the time to bring your experience in creating games of the highest production values. We have positions that offer fantastic benefits, a great work environment, and locations that can’t be beat. We have studios in Vancouver, New York, San Diego, Phoenix, Champaign, Australia, the UK and more!

We will be hosting an informal get-together at a downtown Vancouver location on November 11th for prospective candidates.

If you would like to meet with us, please send your CV to
relicmixer@relic.com with “Relic Mixer: your name and title” in the subject line.

Please note that those selected to attend the event will be sent an invite with the event details. We look forward to meeting you.

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