Real deal talent with real qualifications
At LandaJob, we’re constantly networking, sifting through resumes, interviewing and making connections, looking for the right creative minds that mean business. So, you’ve come to the right place if you’re looking for talent to fill your contract, contract-to-hire or direct hire positions in
Marketing | Advertising | Graphic Design | Communications | P.R.
How to get started
- Arm yourself with info—the more you share with us about the position, department and company, the better match we can make.
- Remember to include your hard skill needs (experience, education, background), but also the soft skills (culture, personality, style).
- Contact us and we’ll explain how we can specifically help you and outline our search approach and fees.
- Don’t know if you need contract, contract-to-hire or direct hire staff? We’ll help you figure it out.
- Account service
- Art direction
- Creative direction
- Database management
- Direct marketing
- Graphic design
- Market research
- Media buying/planning
- Print production/buying
- Production management
- Project management
- Public relations
- Traffic management
- Special events/promotions
- Web design/development
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