Blizzard Job Openings - March 2008

Senior Software Engineer,
Blizzard Entertainment is looking for a talented and enthusiastic network programmer to join our team in Irvine, California. This person will develop and improve technologies that service millions of gamers who enjoy Blizzard Entertainment games including World of Warcraft and the Warcraft, StarCraft, and Diablo franchises. For more details on this position please check out the job posting.

eSports Coordinator
Blizzard Entertainment seeks an energetic and self-motivated person to work on our online and live tournaments. The eSports coordinator will assist in administrative tasks leading up to tournaments, including providing coverage of tournaments around the world. This person will also be involved with operations of online and live tournaments, acting as a point of contact between players and other tournament officials as well as serving as a referee or match announcer when needed. For more information, check out the posting.

Cinematics Desktop Systems Administrator
Blizzard Entertainment is looking for a desktop systems administrator to oversee the management of artist workstations for its cinematics department. Our team uses a mix of workstation operating systems as well as a combination of commercial and proprietary software packages. The ideal candidate would have experience supporting both Windows and Mac OS X in mid-sized studio environments and also managing and deploying software across numerous desktops.  For more information,  check out the posting.

Public Relations Assistant
Blizzard Entertainment seeks a focused and organized individual to fill the role of public relations assistant. This position will perform a wide range of clerical functions in support of the company’s public relations team as well as assist in the execution of PR plans and programs to support Blizzard Entertainment games. For more information,  check out the posting.

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