Element Games are Hiring

#2
They do offer nice prices on their products, though their inventory system is not properly integrated with the website. I ordered Pathfinder 2e Special Edition from them, and though they said stock was expected, after two weeks, it never arrived and they said it was sold out. I was lucky to find some elsewhere, basically, on Travelling Man's birthday, at a special 20% discount in store.
 
#3
Huh, interesting.

Nottingham city centre already has a Games Workshop and three game cafes. I'm not sure adding another venue is fated for success... And £20-24k for managing a team of staff is a bit...
 

MartinP

Rune Priest
#5
Huh, interesting.

Nottingham city centre already has a Games Workshop and three game cafes. I'm not sure adding another venue is fated for success... And £20-24k for managing a team of staff is a bit...
I was surprised how little money was on offer, but then I went and had a look at other store manager jobs on offer around the country, and it's certainly in the ballpark.

I'll still consider part-time retail work to top up my meagre pension after retirement, unless the professional GM idea @Guvnor had is proven to be workable...
 

Guvnor

The Guvnor
Staff member
#7
I was surprised how little money was on offer, but then I went and had a look at other store manager jobs on offer around the country, and it's certainly in the ballpark.

I'll still consider part-time retail work to top up my meagre pension after retirement, unless the professional GM idea @Guvnor had is proven to be workable...
Yes I would love to work in a shop like this post retirement.
 
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