Nintendo Canada Wants To Hire And Pay You Good Money This Holiday Season

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Nintendo Canada Wants To Hire And Pay You Good Money This Holiday Season

Nintendo is preparing for Christmas and right now they are in need of people just like you to run various activities and kiosks throughout the upcoming holiday season:

"We are looking for energetic ambassadors who can represent our brand with enthusiasm and have good understanding of our products."

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You'll be representing Nintendo at assigned events, gathering customer insights and recommending Nintendo products so people. So you pretty much get to talk about video games all day.

What You Need To Apply:

  • Grade 11 education.

  • Be available a minimum of 32 hours per week.

  • Several years playing video games beyond “casual” level.

  • Past experience interacting with kids.

  • All Quebec based brand ambassadors must be fluent in both English and French.

  • Apply before October 20, 2017.

Nintendo is looking for people in the following areas. 

Richmond, BC - Surrey, BC - Edmonton, AB - Mississauga, ON - Laval, QC

How To Apply:

Email your resume and a short cover letter with the following subject line “Nintendo RAP Application - (Your city)”to:

employment@nocl.nintendo.com

In your cover letter, tell us why you are interested in the position and which Nintendo Switch game you would play with your friends and family and why.

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