No stopping the digital recruitment boom
Published: 11 Feb 2013
Great news for marketers as companies seek to overcome skill gaps
With the world gripped in the clasps of the digital revolution, employers are desperate for talented professionals with stand-out marketing and online technical abilities. If digital’s your thing, opportunity knocks on the door of hundreds of brilliant brands across the nation. For those looking for marketing jobs in the South West of England, there’s never been a better time to consider career options.
Latest figures from job advertising websiteOnlyMarketingJobs.com, highlight that of all the digitally-orientated jobs on the site in 2013, twenty percent of these are based in the South West and M4 corridor, taking into account the counties of Bristol and Avon, Hampshire and Berkshire. And with businesses seeking solace outside London, this proportionately high figure shows no sign of abating as the year – and innovation – progresses.
For the South West-dwelling digitally-savvy jobseeker then, the outlook appears positive. But how, in the midst of the melee, do digital marketers learn about these opportunities?
Step forward ADLIB, a specialist digital, marketing, creative and technical recruitment business based in Bristol. Since 2001 ADLIB has forged outstanding relationships with jobseekers and hiring organisations throughout the South West, refining a recruitment process to take advantage of a team of talented consultants adept at identifying the best people for their client’s skill-gaps. ADLIB’s expertise and ethical approach has helped build teams from boutique agencies through to multinational blue-chip organisations.
ADLIB’s increased presence within the digital sector coincides an exciting recent company rebrand, with the company now offering improved engagement via new web and mobile portals.
Speaking of the rebrand ADLIB’s managing director, Nick Dean, said: “It’s exciting times for the digital marketing sector. With the lines of digital and offline diminishing, we’ve restructured our team to focus on building relationships with core candidate groups: digital specialists, client-side marketers, agency people and digital technologists. Jobseekers are reassured by our industry expertise, whilst our clients enjoy a dedicated account management service. We want our new brand to identify with the aspirational tendencies of the modern-day marketer, appealing to junior starlets as well as experienced directors. Our refreshed industry understanding ensures that we’ll not only identify the specialist development skills required, but also treasure that crucial team fit.”
So whether you’re a digital marketer seeking new opportunities or an employer looking to fill a skills void, now’s the time to explore the wonders of the rebranded ADLIB – digital recruiters for South West England.