Our standard recruitment process involves reviewing your resume
(in addition to other materials pertinent to your desired position
such as Portfolio or Test Code), then performing an initial interview
related to your suitability within IGG’s corporate culture.
Depending on that interview as well as the role you are applying for
you may be invited on-site for a technical interview. After the technical
interview concludes, if it’s determined that you’re a good
fit for our position we’ll begin discussing how to get you set up in IGG.
Please include your resume, contact details, and other
materials relevant to the position such as a sample of your
previous work. Please do not bring or send anything to IGG
that is proprietary to a third party and/or has not been
made publicly available (including code, artwork, ideas etc),
is in beta, is a trade secret or is otherwise commercially-sensitive
information of another company (we don’t want to get sued).
Completely. We follow all the rules when it comes to
dealing with personal details and sensitive data,
and train all our recruiters and hiring managers
appropriately. Our promise to you is that nothing you
send us will be seen by anyone who shouldn’t be seeing it.
From time to time we offer Junior positions for interns.
It never hurts to ask!
It depends on the locations and the requirement.
While the majority of our company speaks English,
it is not always a hard requirement for a given position.
Of course. There are people from over 30 countries at IGG.
If you need advice on relocation, all you need to do is speak
to one of our magical recruiters, they’ll be more than happy to assist you.
We try to speak to everyone, but due to the number of
applications we receive, unfortunately that’s not always possible.
If you’re worried that your application may have fallen
through the cracks, don’t hesitate to shoot us an email.
No worries! Just get in touch with your contact in the
recruitment team and they will help you to reschedule.