The Develop jobs board is filled with opportunities

Time to change your job?

As the weekend nears are you considering a move to a better job? Does a wage increase or a move overseas sound like the kind of change you need?

With a large number of vacancy postings on the Develop jobs board, it’s never been a better time to think about moving up the career ladder.

Below is the job of the week, picked from the numerous positions on offer on the board. Whatever your discipline, there’s bound to be an oppotunitythat suits your experience

Title: Programmer
Location: Dundee, UK – Scotland
Salary: Negotiable
Description: "Denki is what toys dream about when they’re sleeping. Denki is the feeling you get when you pop some bubble wrap. Denki makes bright toys for bright people.

Denki isn’t like other companies. Sure, we’ve created a whole bunch of games (nearly two hundred last time we checked). And yes, we’re now working on two brand new, totally original titles that Gary Penn, our chief games boffin and official games legend, is completely a-tingle about. But it’s more than that. We’re Denki. That means a committed, creative and credible bunch, determined to make the sort of games you’ll feel proud about.

Everyone chips in at Denki. There are no tiny cogs. You think something isn’t as good as it should be – it’s up to you to convince your fellow Denkians to make it better. We’re always searching for better ideas and better ways of doing things

We’re also on the lookout for new, fascinating and wonderful people. Like you! We need more brains than a starving zombie horde and we’re much more fun to be with. We’re in Dundee, home of Scotland’s computer games industry and a city so packed-full of creative types, you absolutely belong here.

Check out and see if you’d like it here. If we look like your hot, steaming cup of games tea and you fit the bill below, then don’t hang about. Get in touch and help us find the fun.

So, in summary: toys, games, Dundee, award-winning, original, games legend, Wii, Xbox, iPhone, tingling, no zombies! Still with us? Good – maybe we can make that permanent.

Programming and Visual Specialists – we want you."

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