The Game Developers Conference is the largest B2B event for professional game developers with over 27,000 attendees, and is home to a wide range of career events and opportunities to both companies looking to hire, as well as attendees looking for a job.
GDC offers Career opportunities for all levels from seasoned developers to recent graduates. Whether you are looking for Career Advancement, Career Development, Continuing Education or your first Big Break, there are dozens of game companies hiring at every level, Career Sessions with real world application, and networking events to mingle with prospective employers.
One change to note this year is that in lieu of a Career Pavilion, game companies looking to hire are able to pick their booth location in both North and South Halls. See below for all the ways to view companies recruiting at GDC, as well as Career related opportunities.
Where to find companies recruiting at GDC:
If you are a company looking to exhibit, please click here
Get Contacted by Companies Hiring at GDC: Qualified Gamasutra job board users who are attending GDC 2017 can now make their profiles available to be contacted by companies hiring at GDC, giving you more opportunities to land your next great job! Click here for more information.
Career Theater: Take in high-level career development sessions programmed by GDC and top game companies, such as, Sony and WB. Located in North Hall, booth N5220
Who's Hiring @ GDC Brochure: Discover which companies are hiring at GDC, and what positions they are looking to fill. The brochure will be downloadable through the GDC Mobile App prior to the show, and available onsite via designated kiosks.
Interactive Lounges: Expanded networking opportunities for developers and studios to interact and engage with each other in a more relaxed environment to discuss career opportunities.
Game Career Seminar: Taking place Friday, March 3, 2017 at the Moscone Convention Center, is a one-day program designed for students and individuals interested in learning how to build a career in the video game industry. Find out more here.