Advertise Your Creative Job Opportunity or Industry Event For Free

R Hollis

Advertise Your Creative Job Opportunity or Industry Event For Free

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You can now advertise your creative job opportunity or industry event for free on the Creative Wakefield website.

Our News Board and Events Page are intended for sharing opportunities with the Creative Wakefield community that offer career progression, skills development, business development, or funding opportunities.

If you would like to advertise a public event (such as an art exhibition or theatre performance) please use the Members Notice Board or submit your event to Experience Wakefield.

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