GameSpot WANTS YOU!
Do you find yourself daydreaming about video games at your current job? Have you been caught at work reading GameSpot.com? Maybe it's time to start a career where having games on the brain is all part of the job. GameSpot is seeking talented and motivated individuals to join our team. If you're passionate about games and want to contribute, we encourage you to check our current job openings page and apply!
Visit CBS Interactive Careers to find out more about our brands. Select U.S. Jobs, and once you're on the career search page, select CBS Interactive in the business unit list and San Francisco as the location, and check under the Games category. GameSpot's offices are located in downtown San Francisco, California--you must live in the area or be willing to relocate and must be 18 years of age or older.
Full-time staff at GameSpot enjoy a wide range of benefits, including, but not limited to, the following:
Medical plan choices
401K, life insurance, and other financial services
Employee Stock Purchase Plan
Video games are a growth industry, and there's no better place than the world's most popular and most widely viewed online gaming publication to start your career path.
Social Media & Community Manager
CBS Interactive is seeking a Social Media Manager with the right mix of creativity, experience, and passion to grow the social media initiatives for some of the biggest video game brands on the Web, including GameSpot, Giant Bomb, and GameFAQs. The person will act as the key evangelist within the CBSi Games brands for community and social media. He/she will assist in developing and be tasked with the day-to-day execution of GameSpot’s social media strategy. The person will work closely with editorial, marketing, and product teams to drive brand engagement on and off network. The position is based at CBS Interactive's San Francisco headquarters.
Summer 2013 Intern - Web Design
The CBS Games team is seeking a summer 2013 intern. As a member of our multi-disciplinary design team, you will help create engaging visual experiences for millions of GameSpot users around the world.
I would kill to write for Gamespot. I'm seriously considering creating my own site so I can fulfill my desire to write about and review games.
I wish. I'm a computer science student, but I have no web design experience. Plus I live all the way out here in Florida
Would love to give it a wirl. I don't really have any degress. But I honestly believe id kill what ever I do. Based on pure work ethic. A job in the video game industry would be awesome and a dream. Def gona check this out more later.
"We expect hard work, great ideas, a passion for solving issues, and making things faster." So that someone else can make money off you :)
Oh sure, I'd be interested, especially if there's a relocation package, or whatever they call it. However, with my luck on my job search, I doubt very much they'd hire me.
Gamespot, when are you opening your Vancouver satellite office? You aren't the world's number one anything until you have an office in Vancouver!
Well, that's me out...I'm 17, live in the UK and I don't plan to go to the US for quite some time, let alone San Francisco.
@gamergath When Kenya gets a Gamespot office, that means the world really is getting better. That would make me extremely happy to hear. Hopefully Africa's leaders can eventually quit with all the tribalism, and foreign nations will stop meddling and controlling your country's direction. I cannot wait for the day when Africa (and the Middle East) have their own game development companies. That would be a good sign for the progress of humanity.
Sorry for the 2 month old comment, my friend. Take care.
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