This is a guest post from Henrik Harju, CEO of Work From Home Jobs.
Marketing is one of those industries where remote work is possible due to digitization. Companies that mostly operate online tend to be a much better fit and look for remote workers more often than traditional brick & mortar businesses. Finding a remote marketing job isn’t very different from finding an onsite marketing gig.
That being said – It’s better to use job boards that are specialized for remote work or that have remote filters instead of normal ones.
Let’s dive straight in and have a look at job boards that have remote marketing opportunities.
1) Work From Home Jobs
Work from home jobs aggregates from several other remote job boards and has a remote marketing category. It makes it easier to stay up to date on remote marketing jobs from WeWorkRemotely, RemoteOK, NODESK, Remote.co, JustRemote and Remotive.
So instead of shuffling between all these sites or subscribing to them all, remote marketing job hunters can simply visit one place for the latest job opportunities.
AngelList is geared toward startups (mostly early stage) and it has some amazing remote startup marketing jobs, but also really terrible ones with no salary or no equity. I like how information like salary and equity are listed up front so there’s not much guesswork involved when it comes to compensation. It’s worth having a look at if startups are interesting for you.
GrowthHackers.com is a growth marketing community that has a job board geared toward high-end workers. While not all jobs are remote there are a few gems in there that make it worth listing here.
Indeed is one of the largest job boards available and for a good reason, it has incredible variety and a large user base. That being said, it doesn’t actually have that many remote marketing opportunities listed, but you might as well have a quick look if you’ve exhausted the other options.
LinkedIn is probably the first thing that comes to mind when looking for a job. They have great filters for remote marketing opportunities, but the problem is that they don’t always work and might only show local job opportunities depending on the user that is searching for it.
FlexJobs lists “flexible” job opportunities, meaning they aren’t 38 hours a week and most of them are also looking for remote workers. It’s probably one of the best sites for users who aren’t looking for full-time work in case they have other commitments that don’t allow it or simply don’t want to work that much. Their remote marketing category has loads of options for users looking for remote marketing opportunities.
In conclusion, there are several remote job boards that have remote marketing categories or filters that make it quite easy to find work from home marketing opportunities.
Happy job hunting!