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About the Job

Are you passionate about Warhammer and graphic design? Do you have what it takes to lay out and design world-class games such as Warhammer Underworlds and Warhammer Quest?

We are looking for a talented Graphic Designer to join our Nottingham Design Studio. Working closely with our writers and artists, you will be responsible for producing our awesome range of boxed games using the Adobe Creative Cloud software suite on Macs.

What makes this job hard is the need to continually present innovative design solutions that enhance the quality of our boxed games and the user experience whilst maintaining consistency with our intellectual property. The right candidate will need to enjoy the challenge of working to tight deadlines whilst always pushing quality, and will demonstrate a strong work ethic, cheerfulness and a willingness to adapt.

Working at Games Workshop

At Games Workshop we are looking for people who will do their best to understand the needs of the company and to put those needs first when they are at work.

Because of this we believe that what you are like, hence the attitude you show to work and the way you choose to behave is even more important than your skills or experience.

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Closing Date: Applications must be received by midnight, UK time, on 27th January 2019

How to Apply

If you wish to apply you must send us a letter or a video telling us why you want this job. We select candidates for interview based on what they tell us in their letter or video.

This is a great opportunity for you to let us know that you understand what we are looking for. Please include an up-to-date CV to support your application and some samples of your work.   When you’re ready, please click apply, below.

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