I get to do the work that I love with a team that trusts me and that supports each other. There’s room to grow at Reflector, and I’m excited to see how I evolve over the years to come!
I have the chance to work on an amazing Bandai Namco brand, establishing the vision, building the team, being attentive to others…all wonderful opportunities!
Life’s little surprises are no longer stressful thanks to Reflector’s flexible work policies, which allow me to maintain a healthy work-life balance.
Being a Reflectorian means thinking outside the box, venturing off the beaten path, then going with the flow to achieve the best outcomes.
Reflector’s IP vision is refreshing, and its unique multiplatform deployment strategy poses an ambitious challenge that I’m proud to help tackle.
This employee-run committee’s mission is to raise awareness and accountability about issues related to diversity and inclusion. Its goal is to promote dialogue and action to ensure diversity remains a priority and asset across all our company’s endeavors.
A proud member of the Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion, Reflector supports its D&I Committee in its ongoing projects, including contributions to Canada-wide and Montreal-based organizations and participation in industry-wide D&I initiatives, such as the #RaiseTheGame diversity pledge. The committee also provides access to CCDI webinars and creates opportunities for larger conversations by hosting topic-specific discussion forums.
Reflector’s mentorship program has been connecting aspiring Montreal game developers with its employees to assist them in completing their end-of-year graduation projects since 2019.
Tasked with creating video games of their own, ISART Digital students work with Reflectorians from ideation through to project completion, receiving direction on narrative design, video game development, and more. The result is a highly collaborative experience that fosters valuable industry connections and contributes to students’ skill development, preparing them to secure their first jobs.
Over the years, not only has this program overseen the completion of four inspiring video game projects—Blossom, PALAKA, Lorekheim: Rise of a Fallen World, and Prune—but it has also awarded three of the program’s participants with full-time employment at our Montreal game studio.
Our Engagement Committee’s work is crucial in fueling the mindsets that uphold Reflector’s core values. Spearheaded by volunteers from all corners of our company, the committee’s mission is to create memorable moments for all Reflectorians by organizing experiences that strengthen important bonds within and across our many teams.
From recurring happy hours and seasonal activities in and around Montreal to holiday celebrations, board game nights, and other themed events, the committee’s many initiatives are essential in fusing tight-knit relationships among our employees.
Diving head-first into a rigorous job hunt and submitting application after application can often feel daunting. We get that.
To ensure you’re as prepared as possible, we’ve outlined what you can expect from Reflector Entertainment’s hiring process should your profile be deemed a good fit.
Create, collaborate, and grow in a work environment that values your well-being and professional success.