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5 best job sites for jobs in project management

There is a huge demand for skilled project managers and it is important to know where to start your job search.

Updated on: 9th October 2019

We know it can be daunting when you begin your search for a job in project management. We’ve put together our top job sites you should consider when looking for that next position to help you get started.

1. Reed

This is one of the UK’s top job sites and features vacancies from over 25,000 recruiters a year. It is a website you can trust, with a fully committed job seeking service with an intelligent algorithm to show you the relevant vacancies based on your skills and previous searches.

You can also create a profile to show your experience to recruiters and store your CV securely within this as well as setting up job alerts. The more you put in the more you get out of Reed and it’s a great place to start finding which roles fit your credentials.

2. Totaljobs

Totaljobs has gained a strong reputation with recruiters and candidates alike over the years subsequently becoming a leading job board in the UK. They promise to offer opportunities in  any industry, wherever you are based and pride themselves on their ability to make your search as easy as possible.

They have a wealth of partners to cover further areas of a job search and will share your information with them to optimise your search and make sure you know about everything suitable.

Learning People | Project manager looking for vacancies on laptop

3. Project Manager Jobs

As a site that specialises in project management positions, it’s a perfect place to find relevant advice and information to help you build your career. It will remove the need to sift through irrelevant vacancies through a multitude of filters.

Additionally, it could be a great place to get a clear overview of which industries have the higher demand for project managers and how salary differs between them. They offer a huge range of jobs, both permanent and contract that are definitely worth a browse.

4. Monster

This job site is innovative and modern. It’s a great place for a more interactive job search if you’re feeling unmotivated. They offer the conventional job search as well as a wealth of career advice tools that can help you understand and refine what you should be looking for.

One great feature is the video job descriptions, this means you can watch a short video of an employee from the company talking you through what they are looking for to fill their vacancies. This can give you a deeper insight into what the company is like; that you couldn’t get from just reading a job advertisement. This has attracted some top companies and so registering your CV on their site is definitely worth while.

5. Project Management Crossing

This is a premium project management job board based in the USA. It keeps itself exclusive with employers being vetted for quality prior to being able to advertise. This could be a welcome relief if you want to avoid recruitment agencies calling you with various roles you find irrelevant. 

Take this site as an opportunity to view different high quality vacancies in the states and it could help you to discover something you hadn’t considered before. The list of jobs remain specific and typically shorter than other job sites so it can be much less overwhelming and time consuming to find a potential role.

Your success, is our success

Take your time to browse over these sites and you should be left feeling much more positive about attempting your job search. If in doubt, as student of Learning People, you will also receive access to our extensive Career Services where you can have a one-to-one review of your goals, CV and LinkedIn profile to help you reach your full potential in your job search. We truly want each of our students to succeed in finding their dream job roles and so have a dedicated team to provide this service. Stay motivated and don’t hesitate to get in touch if you need to.