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Marketing, Digital, Ecommerce Weekly Wrap

Marketing, Digital, Ecommerce Weekly Wrap

20 days ago
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If you ever have any questions or see positions that might be of interest to you, please drop me a line at david.sweet@focuscoregroup.com. Having been recruiting for over 2 decades in the market, our team has some excellent relationships with presidents and directors that can help you find the marketing, digital, or ecommerce position. 


To help you better find jobs, I’m starting this Weekly Wrap, a short blog post to help you find the best jobs in the market. Please help me build out all the resources!  It will consist of all the places I can find to help you get a job: job boards, recruiters, and job fairs. If I’m missing any or you have had good or bad experiences, please share with me and we can post this here so we can all learn from each other. 

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And if you’re interested in a process that I find successful in landing a job, check out the Barefoot Lunch Podcast.



Week of 10/12/2020


Last week I again saw jobs coming in for digital and ecommerce positions. However, most of the jobs that I’m seeing are on the more junior side: companies looking for someone with 1-2 years of experience that want to execute. The companies that I got new jobs are in retail and automotive. You can find the latest jobs here: FocusCore 

The newest job I got was for a Marketing Manager for a financial services company. Also Product Manager for a home appliances company.



Job Fairs:

ECommerce Fair Tokyo 2021/OmniChannel Solution Fair 2021 at Tokyo Big Site


Recruitment Sites:

BizReach - tends towards the mid-size domestic market

CareerCross - tends towards mid-size “geishikei” companies

LinkedIn - a good conglomeration of companies & recruiters, though I don’t recommend applying through LinkedIn as you’ll seldom receive a response from the company.


Recruiters:

Enworld - Wide range of jobs. 

Hays - An international company. Tend to work on high volume, low customer service. 

Michael Page - Transactional international company with lower customer service.

Morgan McKinley - Looking at their site, not very active in this area. Looks more toward the agency side and only 5 jobs. 

RGF - Looking at their website, the jobs are over a month old and one is 2 years old. The jobs they have look more towards medical, IT, Consulting, and financial services. 

Robert Walters - Very transactional company, but will have the highest volume of jobs. 

Specialized Group - A boutique. Higher customer service. Stronger on the financial services and IT industries.