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As the weekend nears are you starting to consider looking for a new job? Maybe it’s time you considered a wage increase or a move to a new location?

With a large number of vacancy postings on the MCV jobs board, it’s never been a better time to think about moving up the career ladder.

Below is the job of the week, picked from the numerous positions on offer on the board. Whatever your discipline, there’s bound to be an opportunity that suits your experience

Job of the week on the boards this time around offers a fantastic opportunity for brand manager.

Title: Gran Turismo Brand Manager

Location: UK, London

Salary: DOE

Description: Gran Turismo is not just a game, it is one of the biggest brands in interactive entertainment. To support GT’s continuing growth, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe is looking for a proven videogames marketeer with a passion for cars and motorsport.

Based in central London, this key strategic role includes responsibility for:

• Shaping the range of GT products and services across the EMEA region
• Developing marketing strategies and providing campaign materials for all SCEE territory offices
• Building and maintaining relationships with licensors across Europe

Please send your C.V. and salary expectations to:
HR Admin, Human Resources Department, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe, 4th Floor, 10 Great Marlborough Street, London W1F 7LP

Or email:
Subject line: Gran Turismo

Click here to find out more about the Sony Computer Entertainment Europe position.

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