The new D-Media Jobs Board Goes Live and offers free introductory period

D-Media Community Working for the Digital Media Sector with New Jobs Board

The country may be in the grip of economic uncertainty, but one company is leading the way in developing the UK’s digital media industries, providing rapid response solutions by matching the right person and skills to the right position at the right time.

The D-Media Network, a community of digital media businesses and professionals who understand the value of being part of a community, is delighted to announce the launch of the new D-Media Jobs Board, aimed at professionals working in digital media.

Currently D-Media is offering a free introductory period for any current vacancies posted on the D-Media Jobs Board

The D-Media Jobs Board is a response to industry needs as identified by the D-Media community members themselves, who highlighted the difficulties in finding suitable skills for the work required, often accompanied by a very short timeframe.  The D-Media Jobs Board embraces the range of those needs, sourcing available talent, ensuring a perfect match between employers and candidates.  The site covers full time and part time positions, plus freelance and internships. And the instant ‘apply’ button means no waiting to get that application off, making the D-Media Jobs Board a ‘must’ for job hunters.

D-Media has a London focus but also covers digital media opportunities throughout the UK, in partnership with Onedigital

Gina Fegan, CEO of D-Media, said: ‘The UK is one of the world leaders in digital media, with more and more people needed and entering the marketplace, with an ever diversifying skill base.  We have listened to what the digital community has to say, realized what they need for a thriving industy and the Jobs Board will, I am certain, be a key resource in strengthening and developing this.’

D-Media Network is a community of digital media professionals who are ready for key introductions to sources of finance, emerging global markets and project partnerships and those who want someone else to do the work of keeping tabs on things which could really affect business such as market intelligence, policy, government funding schemes, jobs, projects, talent, technology, access to finance, international trade, training and more.

To access the D-Media Jobs Board, or to find out more about the network, go to