PROs recruitment site from PRWeek now on the web

PRWeek has launched a recruitment website for PROs - www.prweekjobs.co.uk.

The site allows users from across the PR industry to search a comprehensive list of in-house, consultancy, private and public sector job vacancies.

Users can search for vacancies by company name, type, job title, industry sector and level of experience. There is a registration system which allows those vacancies users are specifically interested in to be e-mailed whenever a relevant position arises. The service is free to PRWeek advertisers.

'This site will make career choices faster and simpler across the range of PR sectors,' said PRWeek editor Kate Nicholas.

Job vacancies will stay on the website for four weeks, or until the closing date for applications.

Cathy McDonagh, advertisement director at the magazine, said the site would give recruiters a chance to ensure they are 'casting the net as widely as possible'.

PRWeek's sister title in the US has seen 9,000 users register as candidates on its recently launched jobs website.





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