2K Australia is Hiring

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We would like to open our doors to any Ex-Auran developers looking for work. We are in need of programmers, designers and experienced QA people.

We offer relocation assistance for mid-senior candidates and we spoil out staff members with movie nights, daily fruit and subsidised health and gym.

Please contact Ali Hinton, HR Manager on ali.hinton@2kaustralia.com

**update:

We are in need of an experienced QA Manager with strong people management skills. Must have previous senior QA experience in games. Salary and relocation negotiable.
We are also looking for an experienced QA tester for a long term contract in our Canberra studio. Salary + leave benefits. Start ASAP.

Our Boston studio is also looking for numerous design and programming positions. Please go to www.2kboston.com for more information.

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  • 1. some kid Sun, 13 Jan 2008 17:46:58 EST

    so how do u get into this industry IF YOU DONT HAVE EXPERIENCE!?

    F%#ing pretend to?

  • 1. Anonymous Sun, 13 Jan 2008 21:52:21 EST

    The mod scene: DIY experience.

  • 2. Anonymous Mon, 14 Jan 2008 00:25:14 EST

    Junior positions :P

  • 3. Anonymous Mon, 14 Jan 2008 00:39:22 EST

    By starting at the bottom of the food chain and doing the entry level jobs (junior QA), or starting your own project to prove your worth.

    It's not just a games industry phenomenon, you start at the bottom in many other professions and industries (e.g. helpdesk for aspiring network admin, apprenticeship in a trade etc.).

    Once you get in at the bottom, over time you can prove yourself. It can be much easier to maneuver to position of your liking from within rather then try and land that ideal position as an external noob.

  • 4. Anonymous Mon, 14 Jan 2008 08:42:12 EST

    easy you don't ...... get into IT,web work instead for better pay and hours :)

  • 1. Anonymous Mon, 14 Jan 2008 10:37:49 EST

    Then keep telling yourself that you're paid better and work less hours. Keep telling yourself that every day. Over and over till you believe it. Oh, and post on sumea to make yourself feel better ;)

  • 5. Mon, 14 Jan 2008 12:23:18 EST

    i know a bunch of people, including me, who got in via 'related' industries.
    Film, traditional gaming, nerf-herding. like that.

  • 2. Anonymous Mon, 14 Jan 2008 13:00:14 EST

    Game development colleges, such as Qantm and AIE are a good bet as well..

  • 1. AIE graduate Wed, 16 Jan 2008 17:48:12 EST

    I hope so

  • 3. Gabocha Mon, 14 Jan 2008 13:14:43 EST

    Tom Sloper is a man who can tell you how to get in - word of warning, he's quite brutal and I would suggest reading any of his FAQ's before you send him a personal question.

    sloperama dot net

  • 1. Anonymous Mon, 14 Jan 2008 13:28:24 EST

    I think you mean dot com not dot net

    Sloperama dot com.

  • 2. Anonymous Mon, 14 Jan 2008 14:09:26 EST

    I would suggest reading ALL of his FAQ's before sending him a question.

  • 3. Anonymous Tue, 15 Jan 2008 13:17:15 EST

    Yeah I read everything on that guy's site before I got into games. Really good resource.