Marc Mencher is a specialist in game industry careers who has helped thousands of jobseekers land positions with the hottest gaming companies. Before founding GameRecruiter.com, he worked for such game companies as Spectrum Holobyte, Microprose, and 3DO. Marc is the author of “Get In The Game!” -- an instructional book on careers in the video games industry. He has been an Executive Producer on several games. He is a curriculum advisor to colleges offering Game Development degrees. Marc speaks at many of the Game Industry conferences around the world. His firm, GameRecruiter.com focuses on unique and un-advertised game industry jobs. He can be reached at http://www.gamerecruiter.com or 866-358-GAME (4263).
Features by Marc Mencher:
Building A Great Game Team: Measuring Progress
Building a Great Team: Communication
Nailing The Interview, Part 2: Recruiting: What, Why & How?
Nailing The Interview / Part 1: Recruiting & Hiring New Employees
Becoming A Stellar Games Industry Manager : Networking And Negotiation
Becoming A Stellar Games Industry Manager, Part 2: Effective Presentations
Becoming A Stellar Games Industry Manager : Learning to be an Influencer
Becoming a Stellar Games Industry Manager, Part 3: Communication
Becoming a Stellar Games Industry Manager, Part 2: Growing the Team
Becoming a Stellar Games Industry Manager, Part 1: Building a Great Team
In the Beginning: A (Very) Brief History of Videogaming
So You Want To Be A Producer
Career Advice: Creating Your Demo
So You Want To Be A Game Programmer?
Non-Disclosures & Non-Competes: To Sign Or Not To Sign?
Top 12 Networking Tips & Tricks For GDC 2006
Counteroffers: Accept Them? Ignore Them?
Put Me In, Coach: Creating A Cooperative Work Environment
The Overwhelming, Can't Be Overstated, and Undeniable Importance of References
Compensation Negotiation: Making It A Win/Win Situation
Advancing Your Game Industry Career within the Same Company (It Can Happen)
Recruiting the Candidate: Now Playing at a Theatre Near You
Interviewing the Candidate: More Than a Feeling
Selling the Candidate: How To Get Your Ideal Candidate