The latest Toy World recruitment round-up

Published on: 18th May 2021

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

With listings from Steamforged Games, Bandai, Wilton Bradley, Rowena Shorey and Gameplan, the very latest roles advertised are detailed below.

Steamforged Games Ltd (SFG) is looking for a motivated and passionate individual to join its Commercial team as New Business Development Manager, tasked with increasing the number of stores stocking SFG products across the globe. Ideally, the successful candidate will already be doing the same job within the Hobby Game industry, with demonstrable experience in opening new accounts. The and making sure they have the right products to create a solid foundation for a long-term partnership with SFG. Reporting to the Commercial Director, the successful candidate will also work very closely with the Sales Manager, Sales Support, Operations, and Finance team.

To find out more and to apply, click here.

Bandai is recruiting for the position of Brand Manager – High Target – Collector & Hobby Channel. As Brand Manager, the successful candidate will spearhead Bandai’s core Collectible Division working across Banpresto, Anime Heroes, Digimon, McFarlane Action Figures, Dragon Ball and more. You may already be working in the video games industry, come from an action figure brand management background, or have a strong interest in Anime, comic books and have a grounding in all things Pop Culture. This full-time position will enable Bandai’s new brand manager to develop themselves professionally and play a major role in the company’s development strategy.

To find out more and to apply, click here.

Wilton Bradley is looking to appoint a Quality Assurance & Compliance Manager. This office-based role will suit someone who is truly passionate about product quality and compliance. Wilton Bradley is offering a great opportunity to join a modern, forward-thinking business with an ambitious growth plan. The ideal person will be an expert in product safety, specifically toys, hardlines, softlines and electronics, with a demonstrable quality background. They must also be used to managing a team of quality and compliance technologists in the UK and HK.

To find out more and to apply, click here.

Gameplan Europe is recruiting a Commercial Director to head up the Spanish subsidiary of a toy and electronics manufacturer, of which the founder still has a substantial but minority shareholding. The head office is in Hong Kong and the company sells worldwide. The successful candidate will be responsible for developing and executing a sales and distribution strategy for the Spanish market, and will identify objectives and strategies to create diverse and profitable growth, thereby meeting the strategic goals established by the board.

To find out more and to apply, click here.

Recruitment options

Further roles are advertised on the Toy World website and daily newsflash, including Area Sales Manager – North at Toynamics UK & Ireland, Area Sales Manager at University Games, and Regulatory Compliance Director at Make It Real. 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:


Smyths Toys acquires PicWic Toys

Full steam ahead for Toynamics’ Hape railway campaign

Golden Bear reports exceptional sales for Curlimals range

Exclusive: Talking Shop

Exclusive: Focus on Tech Toys & Gadgets

Trends UK celebrates 20th Anniversary at British Grand Prix

Tonies launches George adventures for Peppa Pig fans

Sainsbury’s reports substantial drop in Argos sales

Bluey to launch second series on CBeebies and BBC iPlayer

Exclusive: Schleich unveils new global brand strategy