Because Wooga.com has the greatest recruiting page we have seen in a long time.
Wooga makes Facebook games like Diamond Dash, but the company is gearing up to release more.
The top of the page for a job listing for a story writer for a new game features a message from one of the game’s characters. “Dear Future Colleague, My name is Vincent and I am an anthropologist in a new Wooga game.” Awesome. The list of qualifications: blessedly short. The “why should you work here” pitch: long on content. An ATS system that you have to apply through, but a photo and name of a real human to contact if you have any questions. The page itself is colorful and gives a sense of the company culture, without being too wacky (though opinions may vary on the weird Einstein-looking octopus).
Seriously, sign us up.
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