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The Commercial Editor will be responsible for commercial content campaigns ensuring they are delivered on time, on brand, to the satisfaction of readers, publishers and clients. The role will offer the opportunity to work with various departments across the business in order to brainstorm, write and deliver great sponsored content.


We're seeking an exceptionally customer focused team player to join our Ad Operations team. Responsible for the implementation and delivery of advertising campaigns, development of new ad products and ensuring Allure’s operations processes are best in market.


Honing your skills in a video game is hard work. It takes practice, patience and creativity. These are all assets that could help you land a real job, too. But do they? Have you ever emphasised your gaming background during a job search, and did it help?


The games industry is extremely difficult to get into without a lot of experience and a few completed projects under your belt. Entry-level roles are far and few between and when an opportunity does pop up, applicants are willing to try anything just to be in the industry, let alone their ideal job. While it might seem OK to go for unrelated positions, it can seriously compromise your chances in the future.


Develop has a really great little feature running on its site at the moment. It's asked game developers working at studios to reveal the absolute worst things they've ever seen in job applications. It's hilarious, but it's also a cautionary tale! Thinking about applying for a job in video games? Maybe don't describe yourself as "amazeballs" in your resume!


You may have heard of a little studio called Halfbrick. Oh, who am I kidding? Along with Firemint (now Firemonkeys), Halfbrick is probably Australia's most well-known mobile developer with hits including Jetpack Joyride and Fruit Ninja under its belt. The reason it's being mentioned today? Halfbrick is on the hunt for junior designers.


Are you passionate about web development? Do you take pride in writing clean code? We're looking for an autonomous mid-weight PHP developer to take control of Allure Media's network of technology sites: Kotaku, Lifehacker and Gizmodo.


So, anyone want to work at Allure Media across Kotaku, Gizmodo and Lifehacker? We're looking for someone to cover the weekend shift on our technology sites - if that sounds like something you think you could do then let us know!


Fancy working at Allure on Kotaku, Gizmodo and a host of other sites? We currently have an opening for a Technology Manager/Lead Developer and, as always, we like to chuck these things out to the community. If you guys think you have what it takes to fill the role, then click on for more details.


Want to work for the fastest growing and most exciting digital publisher in Australia? (That's us!) If you can blend a love of tech with an understanding of how to sell women's lifestyle too, all wrapped up with experience selling digital media and good contacts in the media sales industry, then we want you. And we're looking in both Sydney and Melbourne!


We are still on the hunt for a new Editor for Kotaku Australia. In the interim, we have enacted a few caretaker provisions to ensure there is a minimum of rioting, looting, and general mayhem. Though all such activities will continue as normal on your consoles and PCs.


Allure Media, the brains trust behind the beautiful beasts that are the Australian editions of Kotaku, Gizmodo, and Lifehacker, is looking to hire a full-time designer to join the team. If you have mean skills with web graphics, Flash, and a healthy dose of video motion graphics expertise, read on.