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The latest Toy World recruitment round-up

Published on: 23rd April 2021

Toy World brings you a round-up of our recruitment section for anyone currently seeking a new opportunity.

With listings from Make It Real, University Games, Goliath and I’m a Girly, the very latest roles advertised are detailed below.

 

Make It Real is seeking a Regulatory Compliance Director. The fast growing toy manufacturer distributes products in the activity category all around the world. As a global company with offices in the US, Canada, Europe and Asia, the position is open to candidates in any of the Make It Real offices or may be undertaken remotely.

The ideal applicant will bring knowledge and experience in regulatory compliance and lab testing in the consumer product category to support the company’s growth and global compliance efforts. The role includes management of the compliance process throughout the entire design, production and sales process: product development, graphic design, production, lab testing, documentation and registrations.

To find out more and to apply, click here.

 

University Games is looking for an Area Sales Manager. This is a field sales role, out and about most of the time with occasional home-based admin days, plus visits to the company’s new offices in Royston and attendance at UK trade shows as required.

With a product portfolio including Subbuteo, Plasticine, Harry Potter and David Walliams, the company is looking for an experienced candidate who can demonstrate an ability to find new business and growth within independent and educational accounts in the Midlands area.

To find out more or to apply for the role, click here.

 

Goliath, a privately owned, global hard hitter on toys and games, with 12 subsidiaries around world, is on the lookout for for a Product Developer to join its Global Design & Development Team. The company is looking for a driven, creative individual to become a central part of the team, working closely with a vibrant group of internal and external partners, including US, Dutch and Hong Kong offices. The role would suit a product designer/engineer with a relevant degree or equivalent qualification, plus 3-8 years industry experience, ideally in the toy/sporting goods market with a bias towards outdoor and/or sports products.

To find out more about the role and to apply, click here.

 

Finally, Swiss company I’m a Girly is looking to take on a Sales Manager with a proven, international track record in the toy industry. Operating at the intersection of toys, fashion, and technology, I’m a Girly empowers Gen Z to shape its brand and co-design its products. The main focus of the role will be sourcing strategic key clients, leading the onboarding process of such and maintaining existing customer relationships.

The company is looking for someone with a proven track record in sales, preferably in the toy industry or consumer products, and project management experience with a problem solving mentality, among other attributes.

To find out more about the role and to apply, click here.

 

Recruitment options

Further roles are advertised on the Toy World website and daily newsflash, where job seekers are advised to check the recruitment section regularly for the latest vacancies.

Companies looking for staff can place ads tailored to individual specifications online within 24 hours and enjoy daily exposure on Toy World’s popular email newsflash, plus front-page visibility on our website for the duration of the ad placement. Print ads are also available.

To discuss your requirements, get in touch with Mark Austin mark@toyworldmag.co.uk.

 

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