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You can find the most frequently asked questions here. Please consider having a look at our FAQ section before contacting us. We answer the most common issues here and you won't have to wait for a response.

Sure! We have one team day a week at the office, the other 4 days you choose where you work from.

Unless explicitly stated in the position's location, all of our positions are Berlin-based.

Occasionally, we do hire freelancers. The available freelance positions will be labeled as such in the role specifications.

No, we do not offer Schülerpraktikum or internships for students at the moment.

We are an international studio and our main language of communication is English. Therefore, we require fluency in English. However, some roles might require a solid level of German, for instance in the Legal Team or in the Community Management Team.

You can send your application by clicking on the “Apply Now” below each job description. We kindly ask you not to send the application via email: the application via our website ensures that we have all the information we need from you, and that your application will not be missed.

If we close a position, it usually means we do not need to hire for it anymore. However, we recommend sending us your open application. We will reach out to you if a position opens up that we think might be a good fit for you.

You can. However, we recommend that you carefully read the job descriptions and apply only for positions that fit your skills and expectations.

Yes, feel free to keep an eye on our website and do not hesitate to apply again should you see any new vacancy that you think might be a good fit for you. 

We do. We help you with all practical and bureaucratic matters related to your relocation.

We aim to get back to you as fast as possible, ideally within three working days. Please note that we will let you know even in case we decide not to proceed with your application.

The recruitment process can be different depending on the department you applied to and your level of seniority. 

It usually involves a call with a recruiter, two interviews with hiring managers and a trial period (one or two days). Some positions may require you to take a test or to have an additional interview. Please check this article for more details and for some tips on how to prepare for your interviews!

Trial Day(s) aim to replicate what it is like to work for Kolibri Games. We would like you to work on some tasks and get to know the team. After your visit to the Kolibri HQ, you can be sure this is really a place you would like to work at. To learn more about our Trial Days, read this article on our Blog.

In case you are not from Berlin, we will cover the expenses for your travel and accommodation.

Recruiting Contact

Silvia de Grandis

Silvia De Grandis

Junior Recruiter

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