PM Forum Job Board

PM Forum partners with the industry’s leading Marketing & Digital job board, OnlyMarketingJobs.com to bring you a professional services marketing job and candidate search site, www.pmforumjobs.com.

Visit www.pmforumjobs.com to find all the latest vacancies from PM Forum members; direct employers and recruitment agencies, as well as upload your CV and set up jobs-by-email, to receive the latest job alerts.

Looking to hire?

PM Forum members can benefit from Premium branded job listings which include:

  • Logo branded advert
  • Hire guarantee – advertise your role until you have successfully hired
  • Dedicated Account Manager – providing regular performance updates

PM Forum has negotiated three packages of discounted, added-value deals with OnlyMarketingJobs.com for members looking to grow their current teams.

Members can choose between:

Premium Package
  • Premium Listing
  • Hire Guarantee

Rate card: £595
PM Forum Member Rate: £545

 

Promoted Package
  • Premium Listing
  • Job Target Email
  • Social Media Advertising
  • Promoted Job (upgrade)

Rate card: £1280
PM Forum Member Rate: £799

 

Professional Service Package
  • Premium Listing
  • Job Target Email
  • Social Media Advertising
  • Top Job (upgrade)
  • Talent Finder- Assigned Resource Specialist; directly approaches relevant talent

Rate card: £995
PM Forum Member Rate: £895

 

To advertise your vacancies or find out more, contact Grant Bristow on 0203 206 7568 or Grant@pmforumjobs.com

Go to www.pmforumjobs.com

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