Music Week Jobs
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Searchable CV database
Social media promotion
Applicant tracking tools
While Music Week Jobs has an international reach, its primary audience is U.K.-based, making it a good option for employers looking to recruit local talent. Employers can promote their listings on the job board, as well as on social media and by email for added reach.
Music Week Jobs does not make pricing for its job posting services readily available online. Unlike several competitors, including Music Jobs and the SoundBetter job board, it does not mention any free options.
- The site caters to the international music industry, making it suitable for targeted hiring.
- Jobs can be promoted via email.
- The Job Spotlight placement offers increased visibility.
- The site mentions that jobs can be promoted on social media.
- Employers can include their company logos in job postings.
- The site does not mention a free job posting plan.
- There is no online self-posting feature, CV database, or applicant tracking system.
- Pricing is not readily available on the website.
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Music Week Jobs does not make pricing readily available online. Interested individuals should contact Music Week Jobs for a quote.
Music Week Jobs vs. Music Jobs:
Unlike Music Week Jobs, Music Jobs features a candidate database and offers an active recruitment plan. The latter also has a free job posting plan, whereas Music Week Jobs does not make pricing readily available online. Music Jobs stands out with application management tools.
Music Week Jobs vs. SoundBetter Job Board:
The SoundBetter Job Board is a music production and engineering job board, whereas Music Week Jobs caters to all music-related jobs. While Music Week Jobs does not make pricing readily available online, the SoundBetter job board offers a free job posting service. Music Week Jobs stands out with better features, including a spotlight listing option.
Music Week Jobs vs. Doors Open:
Doors Open targets a niche audience of electronic music professionals, whereas Music Week Jobs reaches a broader market across the general music industry. While Doors Open's pricing starts at £45.00 per post, employers must contact Music Week Jobs for pricing. Neither site offers candidate searches, but Doors Opens stands out with ATS integration.