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Specialmove launches new website

Games industry recruitment specialist Specialmove has launched a brand new website featuring several hundred job vacancies across a wide range of global territories.

Games industry recruitment specialist Specialmove has launched a brand new website featuring several hundred job vacancies across a wide range of global territories.

Once registered, jobseekers can create a profile, upload their CVs, select job hunt preferences and choose criteria for searches. They will be briefed by Specialmove on company information, and once they have registered their interest their details will be passed on to the client.

The site also features news and a list of top 10 games industry jobs, and each applicant who successfully secures a job through the Specialmove website and completes their probationary period is eligible to receive a free 4GB red iPod nano.

"Specialmove pride themselves on being different from most other recruiters. The website is geared towards making the whole process of finding a job or finding staff as simple as possible. Not only that, but it looks great too," said recruitment executive Matthew Hill.

"The site already contains hundreds of hot new jobs, so if you havenât already registered or if previously sent your details in, log in now and check out whatâs on offer."

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