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Originally posted by Willy Franzen on December 3, 2007. Updated through a sponsorship agreement.
Posted by Willy Franzen on December 3, 2007. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Sr. Software Engineer (Java)||Redmond, WA|
|Software Engineer in Test, Sr||Redmond, WA|
|Bilingual Product Tester (French)||Redmond, WA|
|Reputations and Communications Internship||United States|
|DevOps Engineer - Chef or Puppet, MongoDB, Node.JS||Oakland, CA|
|Linux System Engineer||Redmond, WA|
|Bilingual French Game Tester at Nintendo||Redmond, WA|
|Administrative Assistant (Bilingual - Japanese/English)||Redmond, WA|
|CONTRACT - Bilingual (Japanese/English) Administrative Assistant||Redmond, WA|
|French Bilingual Product Tester at Nintendo||Redmond, WA|
We have exciting news today at One Day, One Job! We’re offering you the chance to win this year’s hottest holiday gift, a Nintendo Wii, by sharing One Day, One Job with your job searching friends. If you want to win a Wii, visit our contest page and read the rules on how you can enter.
Since we think giving away a Wii is the best way to bribe you into becoming a One Day, One Job evangelist, we thought it would be appropriate to take a brief look at the jobs that Nintendo is offering at the entry-level. We’ve been working really hard putting together this contest for you, so we’re going to leave most of the research on Nintendo’s entry-level job opportunities up to you. You already know enough about the company, you grew up playing Mario. Here’s what to focus on…
Nintendo’s Jobs page is a list of jobs and nothing more. The best fits for new college graduates come from a number of different areas in the company. Some of the more technical job openings include Design Engineer, Java Developer, and Associate Software Engineer. There are also a number of jobs that require bilingual skills, such as Bilingual Product Specialist (English/Latin American Spanish), Bilingual Product Specialist (English/French Canadian), and a contract position as a Technical Writer/Translator (Japanese or Spanish language).
There are also a few other positions that aren’t exactly geared towards new college graduates, but might be the right fit for you depending on your interests and experience. These include Channel Marketing Analyst, Product Testing Technician, and a contract position as a Audio Visual Editor.
Sorry for a short post today, but we’re making up for it by giving away a Wii. One last thing that you should do if you’re researching Nintendo’s career opportunities – Google the Regginator (aka Reggie Fils-Aime – Nintendo America’s President and COO).
Note: On April 22nd we revisited entry-level jobs at Nintendo.
Links to Help You Begin Your Research
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