Services Marketing Recruitment

Our Services Team are experienced in sourcing talented marketing professionals for a range of businesses across the professional services, financial services, education, charity, not-for-profit, and property sectors; as well as for digital, PR, marketing, and fully-integrated agencies. 

The services marketing recruitment team have cornered the market in the above industries, and as such are fully versed in what these types of organisations look for when it comes to finding the ideal marketing hire. As great relationship builders, the team have established connections with a sea of marketing talent across the agency-side and services sectors.

From Marketing Executives and PR Officers, Account Managers and Internal Communications Managers, to Heads of PR and Marketing Directors – we’ve got it covered!

Find out more about our areas of expertise: Not-for-profit/charity, Agency, Financial/Professional Services, Education and Publishing.

Featured Services Clients

Services Marketing Jobs

£35,000 + benefits
competitive salary
up to £28,000
Hertfordshire Royston
up to £24,000 plus good benefits
Essex Tiptree
£30,000 - £40,000
Essex Harwich
Building/Materials Supplier
circa £17,000
Suffolk Sudbury
£24,000 - £29,000
Cambridgeshire Cambridge

Services Marketing Blogs

Reasons Why You Should Work for a Marketing Agency

Having recruited for many marketing agencies over the last five years, a common response when speaking to candidates is that working hours and pressures paint an unattractive picture of agency life where demanding deadlines from clients, long hours and short lunch breaks have become the norm. Having spoken to many candidates both agency-side and in-house.

What’s in a name? | Recruitment discrimination

Recruitment discrimination A couple of weeks ago a close client of mine got in touch to say that as of immediate effect they would be changing their shortlisting process when selecting candidates for interview. They now request that I remove all personal details including name, gender, address and DOB; basically any details that could be used.

Do charities need to clean up their act, or a helping hand?

  It seems that over the past few years, and in particular the last few months, controversy has dogged the charity sector. Formerly well-respected and revered pillars of our community have been dragged under the spotlight whilst their practices, policies and sheer existence have been called into question. With the suicide of Olive Cooke last.