We are looking for a Creative Project Manager to lead our Belgian studio and become the glue between our team and our clients.
We moved our US office to beautiful Guilford, Connecticut – a stone’s throw away from our previous location – and are looking to attract one or more individuals of the Game Prototyping Programmer species to nest in the local woods…
We’re looking to hire up to four additional full time team members across three different roles to join us across our offices on either side of the Atlantic. Read on for details on what each of the roles are about.
Muahahaha – we’re looking for a project manager and programmer in Wetteren and/or New Haven to keep up with our world domination plans…
2018 is shaping up to be a year filled to the brim with exciting projects. Time to ++ our team size! Read more about the Game Prototyping Programmer position here.
We’re looking for a Sales Assistant, an Inside Sales Representative, and a Content Marketer to help us reach more people in dire need of rapid prototyping. Feel you’re up for the job, or know someone who might be just the candidate we’re looking for?
We’re looking for a Game Prototyping Programmer in Wetteren, Belgium to join us on-site. Simply put, our new team member will develop prototypes, from start to end. A more complete description of the candidate we’re looking for can be found here.
We’re looking for a creative project manager, a key position in the future growth of PreviewLabs. Could this be you?
Are you looking to break into the exciting world of game prototyping? Lucky you! PreviewLabs, the number one rapid game prototyping company in the world, wants to hire a full time programmer for its office in Wetteren. More info after the jump.
Good news everyone! We’ll soon be moving into our brand new office and it turns out there’s more space there than we need for our current team, so we’re looking for two more people to join us. Next to filling up the room, you’ll also be working on some very cool prototypes.
Help wanted! At the moment PreviewLabs is getting swamped and in order not to drown in code, e-mails, to do lists or a hazardous combination of the three, we’re looking for a talented lifeguard that also knows his way around rapid game programming. Swimming certificate not required.
As our company keeps growing steadily, we’re looking to add a new employee to the payroll. The ideal candidate should be able to brew up a killer latte and has the ability to quote all Star Wars movies. Oh, and it would be great if you know your way around rapid game programming as well.