Below are the latest Blizzard Entertainment job openings for the week of June 1-7th: Lead Software Engineer in Test, Associate Media Artist, Story Board Artist, and Associate Learning & OD Specialist. There is another position they have wanted to fill for some time: User Experience (UX) Designer.
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Lead Software Engineer in Test
Blizzard Entertainment is looking for a talented and enthusiastic lead software engineer to help drive our game automation projects and test infrastructure. The ideal candidate has experience managing teams to build test infrastructures and tools, working with development teams to drive test requirements, and developing test automation for large projects. In addition, this person will need to have passion for creating epic games, and a strong desire to push the state of the art for testing games. — Read More / Apply
Associate Media Artist
Do you know more about Blizzard games than all of your friends? Does your creative curiosity drive you to constantly experiment with different kinds of media and tools to realize your latest creation? Will you thrive in a no-holds-barred, rapid-fire, high-energy environment with fast turnaround times? If so, this position may be the perfect fit for you!
We’re looking for a creative and highly motivated individual that has a deep level of familiarity with our games to join the creative development team as an associate media artist. The ideal candidate will have a portfolio of creative work that could include any or all of the following disciplines: graphic design, photography, video editing, 3D modeling, or any other medium that combines creativity with technical artistry to generate something great. — Read More / Apply
Story Board Artist – Cinematics
Blizzard Entertainment is looking for a talented story artist to assist our cinematics team in creating the next generation of our award-winning cinematics! The story artist will not only function as a conventional storyboard artist but additionally will contribute collaboratively to both story and sequence development with the director. — Read More / Apply
Associate Learning & OD Specialist
The associate learning and organizational development specialist assists in the coordination and delivery of learning and development solutions for Blizzard Entertainment’s product development managers and employees. This position reports to the learning and organizational development manager for product development.
In support of Blizzard Entertainment’s product development group, the associate learning and organizational development specialist is responsible for assisting the L&OD manager with the development and implementation of strategies and programs in the areas of (a) talent planning (help build capabilities of potential successors and top talent throughout the studio) (b) performance coaching / management development (help build leadership capabilities of managers),(c) Employee Opinion Survey support (help teams analyze results, create action plans, hold meaningful discussion with teams), and (d) learning solutions (help with providing learning solutions that meet the needs of a varied workforce), with the goal of effectively utilizing Blizzard Entertainment’s human resources. — Read More / Apply
User Experience (UX) Designer
Are you the type of person who uses a product and immediately strives to figure out how you could design it better? Do you enjoy solving problems at a conceptual level, but also love figuring out the details when it comes time to make those conceptual ideas concrete? We’re looking for a UX Designer to join our corporate applications UX team to do exactly that!
The UX designer will be working on internal applications that aid the company and our players with solutions that streamline efficiency, support game development, and foster Blizzard Entertainment’s culture and core values in the workplace. The UX designer will collaborate with a variety of teams (customer service, game development, human resources, etc.) to design solutions that meet strategic business objectives while also creating a useful, intuitive, and epic experience for our users.
This role is best suited for someone who embodies the philosophy that UX design is centered around people, and that our goal is about getting things right for our users, not about just getting things done.
Through research, design, testing, and iteration, the UX designer will be involved in all phases of the user-centered design process. — Read More / Apply