NG19 is behind us now, but we’re already planning for next year’s event – and much more.
Nordic Game is seeking people with a burning interest in games, development, organisation, media/press and event production to intern with our team. You should be an independent and structured person, with strong social skills. You master the computer fully, with additional skills such as Google Docs and MS Office package meritorious.
You should also be able to write in fluent Swedish and be proficient in English, as we work very internationally. If you can juggle many balls in the air and are a problem solver, then we’re looking for you. We work together closely, and you’ll be included all the way.
Here are a few comments from a recent intern with Nordic Game 🙂
”The internship was very giving in many ways. I learnt many new things, like making an offer regarding deals with sponsors and organising bigger events. Since I was given freedom regarding a lot of decisions, I was forced to consider options carefully instead of just following orders without having to think for myself. It made me feel like a big part of the team, and not just some coffee-making person in the background.
I also thought a lot of how I could compliment the team best and find my place in it all, since there is so much to do at once. In the end it felt great.
Finally I would say that a person who is comfortable with responsibility, does not need too much guidance, is able to think and act with flexibility, communicative and knows how to juggle many priority areas will have an incredible time with the Nordic Game!”
Send us your CV today – right here!
About the Nordic Game conference
Nordic Game is the leading games conference in Europe, and 2020 will be its seventeenth year. Gathering over 2,000 games industry professionals in Malmö annually, Nordic Game is the one and only “home turf” meeting place for the highly successful game developers of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.
Book NG20 on 27-29 May in Malmö, Sweden in your calendar and learn more about the annual Nordic Game conference at conf.nordicgame.com.