Video Games Jobs & Recruitment

Way back when 16-bit consoles were revolutionary technology and the original Game Boy was hitting the marketplace for the first time, Aardvark Swift were already finding people their dream jobs in the games industry.

We’ve been paving the way ever since, and when it comes to placing the best candidates into roles with the world’s leading studios, such as Sony, EA, Nintendo and Activision, we’re top of the leader board.

  • Award-winning standards
  • Experienced consultants
  • Sector-based specialised recruitment
  • Working with thousands of clients across the UK & Europe

Meet our video games specialists

Programming & Technical

Andy Jenkinson

Gameplay & AI Programming
VR, UI, Audio Programming

Sharan Bassi

Grads In Games specialist
Graduate Artists & Programmers

Greg Brotherton

Engine & Graphics Programming
Tools Development

Alia Malik

Unity & C# Programming
Mobile Development

Jordan Bateman

Network & Server Programming
Java & Web Development

Art, Design & Creative

Simon Hope

Project Management
Game Design

Sol Argueso

VFX & Environment Art
Audio & Sound Design
Level Design, Product & Monetization

Danny Blachford

Technical Art & Lighting
Concept Art

Max Stuart

UI & 3D Art
UX Design

Commercial & Publishing

Chris Mellor

Sales, Marketing, PR
esports, Community
QA & Localisation

Brendon Smith-Westergaard

Sales, Marketing, PR
esports, Community
QA & Localisation

Most Recent Jobs



Sumo Digital takes on Search For A Star Finalists

Following on from the success of our Search For A Star Animation and VFX winner we’re happy to congratulate two more of our finalists on breaking into the games industry! After making a big impression at the Search For A Star Code Finals Day, James Hutchison of the University of...

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Blog: Why you should be using a recruitment agency!

Recruitment agencies are a bit of an anomaly for most graduates. Students will go through university completely unaware of their existence, and then poof; they suddenly appear out of nowhere as soon as you leave university. There’s a huge benefit to actively approaching and getting involved with a recruitment agency...

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Blog: An interview with Women in Games’ Marie-Claire Isaaman on Gender Imbalance

Despite women currently making up around half of UK gamers, a survey published by Creative Skillset (2016) suggests that the game industries are actually the most imbalanced of all our creative industries for employing women. A study published in 2005 by IGDA suggests that only 5 per cent of programmers...

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