Adweek Has Launched a Jobs Board for Openings in Marketing, Media and Tech

Offers tools for both employers and job seekers

Adweek's careers portal lets job seekers create accounts so that potential employers can find them. Getty Images
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Job seekers in the often-overlapping worlds of marketing, media and technology now have a new resource. Adweek today launched a new job board focused on the industries covered by the publication.

Found at, the careers portal includes jobs in categories such as ad tech, digital media, strategy, journalism, design, PR, video, production, social media and client service.

Employers and potential applicants can select from featured jobs including marketing analyst, public relations manager, social media editor, web developer, video editor, intern, media planner, audience development and ad operations.

Job seekers can sign up for email notifications about new jobs that meet their requirements. Those looking for new jobs can also create accounts so that potential employers can find and contact them with relevant opportunities.

“We’re thrilled to launch this new product offering and leverage our unprecedented reach in the media and advertising world, connecting the best employers with the top talent in the industry,” said Mehmet Zenginler, Adweek’s head of sales operations. “Adweek is in the business of helping the marketing world do their jobs better, and now we can help our community find better jobs as well.”

The jobs site was developed in partnership with online career portal service Web Scribble.

“Adweek is the leading destination for marketing professionals. We couldn’t be more excited to launch the new job board to help target the best talent and serve as a powerful resource for both employers and job seekers,” said Alexey Gutin, CEO of Web Scribble.

@griner David Griner is creative and innovation editor at Adweek and host of Adweek's podcast, "Yeah, That's Probably an Ad."