It is Games Workshop’s goal to hire a new Brand Assurance Representative to guarantee that Warhammer video games and animations are of the best quality.
A new Brand Assurance Representative will ensure Warhammer 40k and Age of Sigmar IPs are accurately represented in videogames and animations. Games Workshop is recruiting a representative and applications close at midnight on Tuesday, August 15.
The job description stipulates that the appointee must possess a “strong knowledgebase” of Warhammer 40k factions and Age of Sigmar armies, as well as be willing to research fine points of detail within the company’s vast intellectual property.
They also “need an instinct for when a design, sound, image or action fits into the wider Warhammer setting”.
In this role, the intern will review work-in-progress submissions from studios that make licensed animations or games, “promptly relay feedback in a clear, comprehensive and courteous manner”, and “track submissions and approvals and keep diligent records” of GW’s assets.
Despite it sounding captivating, this is not a role for those who want to blend in with the scriptorium. The listing says the chosen candidate will maintain Games Workshop’s “positive reputation as a great licensor and partner”. It is a process that will involve building and maintaining productive relationships” with people inside and outside the company.
This will be a hybrid role, involving 1-2 days per week of work in Nottingham, UK. No salary is listed.
Games Workshop often has close relationships with developers. When Creative Assembly added to Warhammer 3, its design studio made art and lore bibles.
In terms of licensing, Games Workshop has evolved in its approach over the years, for example, the company has never allowed Ultramarines to be aired on any streaming services because of the badly received animation.
Warhammer Plus and Warhammer TV are two of the best resources to see Warhammer animations.