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  • Happy Holidays & New Year from the award winning Interactive Selection

    Happy Holidays from David Smith, Cassandra Donnelly, Bonnie Pavlo, Raffaella Carissimi and Victoria Dean at the award winning Interactive Selection. There will be some cover on normal working days over Christmas. The market is strong in specific international roles. There are also some great new roles coming through. We look forward to hearing from you in 2017.

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    Interactive Selection is now posting news and jobs updates on Facebook. Like us!

    Interactive Selection is now posting news and jobs updates on a page on Facebook. To receive these updates in your Facebook timeline, you need to click that you “like us”. We already have feeds through the Linked In and Twitter but we don’t want Facebookers to miss out if this is how you to choose to keep […]

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    Seven years of the Women in Games WIGJ not for profit organisation.

    Women in Games WIGJ was formed in 2009, initially as an information only website called Women in Games Jobs. It objective was to help recruit more women into the games industry by promoting female role models and giving encouragement and information to those women seeking to work in the games industry.

    At the time only 1 […]

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    Games Recruiter David Smith honoured with recruitment body's Honorary Fellowship.

    Interactive Selection is pleased to announce that its MD, David Smith, has been awarded Honorary Fellowship of the Institute of Recruitment Professionals (IRP) in the UK. The Institute of Recruitment Professionals (IRP) is the representative body for individuals working within the Staffing and Recruitment Industry. The award was presented at the IRP Awards lasts night […]

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    Interactive Selection wins TIGA award for Women in Games WIGJ

    Interactive Selection won another TIGA award for Women in Games WIGJ on Thursday 12 November. We were highly commended for the inaugural Diversity Award. Women In Games (WIGJ) works to recruit, retain and support the progression of women in the games industry by positively and actively promoting female role models and giving encouragement and information […]

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    Interactive Selection is shortlisted again - this time for 2 TIGA Awards

    We are pleased to report that Interactive Selection has been shortlisted for the Best Recruitment Agency award in the TIGA Awards 2015. Interactive Selection has also been nominated for its work in founding the Women in Games WIGJ organisation in a brand new Diversity Award. Interactive MD, David Smith commented, “TIGA have always been an […]

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    Interactive Selection to speak at Quo Vadis Conference April 21-23 Berlin

    David Smith from Interactive Selection will be accompanying Harald Riegler from Sproing to talk about “Managing your Career in the European Games Industry.” Following a set career path becomes more and more difficult as the games segment across related industries and games are made on even more different platforms. How does a student or young […]

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    Interactive Selection write Best Practice Recruitment Guide for all of games industry.

    We are pleased to remind all hirers that the Best Practice Recruitment and Selection Guide for all of games industry was written by Interactive Selection and published by TIGA, the trade association representing the UK games industry. The TIGA Guide is endorsed by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC). The Guide, Recruitment and Selection: Best […]

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    Former Gremlin Group's Jenny Richards-Stewart to join Women in Games Jobs as new CEO.

    Women in Games Jobs (WIGJ) is delighted to announce that Jenny Richards-Stewart is to join the not for profit organisation as CEO. Jenny has had a long and impressive career in the games and education sectors. She was joint CEO of Gremlin Group PLC and presided over its sale to Infogrames/Atari in 1999. She was the […]

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    Feedback confirms high ratings of European Women in Games Conference 2014.

    Thanks to nearly half of delegates who completed the feedback form on-line. We will take all your comments on board for future conferences and events. With a similar feedback format to last year we can also make some year on year comparisons.

    Over 1 in 8 delegates were male (2013, 1 in 5). 42% of delegates […]

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