Got an email design job? Looking for someone to create a Campaign Monitor-friendly template for you? We’re pleased to announce that we’re opened a ‘Find a designer’ category on our forums. Simply post your job requirements and we’ll try to put you in touch with a member of our talented community of designers. Just like the rest of our forum, it doesn’t cost a cent to post. You don’t even have to be a Campaign Monitor customer to join in!
Posting a job?
It’s not uncommon for us to stumble across Campaign Monitor-specific job ads on developer forums, job sites and even Craigslist. Now, with our new ‘Find a designer’ category, we’re hoping to bring all those jobs together in the one place where you’re certain to find a skilled designer – our forums.
When we see a solid job ad in the forums, it’s pretty common for us to give it a good shout-out over Twitter:
What’s encouraging is that we’ve had some pretty awesome success stories, too. As long as there’s a bit of detail as to what the job involves and how you will reward the designer for all their hard work, it usually doesn’t take long for a keen applicant to get in touch.
Looking for a job?
If you’re actively looking for email design gigs, simply add your details here to get started. We regularly get asked for designers who can assist with all manner of projects, so we’ll be directing them to this thread in the future.
You can also subscribe to the ‘Find a designer’ forum via RSS to receive updates as new job postings arrive.
In the past, most job ads have just been slipped into our other forum categories. But as the number of job ads have increased, we’ve found that this hasn’t been ideal for job hunters and punters alike. Of course, there are drawbacks to using our forums (versus a dedicated job site) and we’re willing to change our approach if things look like they’re getting out of hand. If you have any comments or suggestions as to how we can improve this section in the future, please let us know via the comments below. Happy posting!