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If you need help but you're NOT looking to hire full time just yet... You can post a 'project based' job offer if you're only looking for temporary help to complete a marketing, advertising, digital or creative media task (including web design projects).

To post a 'project-based' job offer, this is all you have to do:

  • First Register for free as an employer
  • From the Employers Dashboard select post a job
  • Select the 'project-based' job type when you post a new job
  • Add details of what project or task you need to be designed, created or completed
  • Be a specific as possible with you the description and any other special requirements or conditions
  • What is your time frame (i.e. when do you need the project complete by)
  • In the salary / benefits area, explain what your budget is for this project (your offer needs to be attractive if you want to encourage the best talent to apply for your project)*
  • Submit your project based job offer and choose your listing preference

Go to your employer dashboard, or register for free below.

After you have posted a new 'project based' job offer, a Marketing in Japan member with the relevant skills and time to help will apply. You can then discuss and decide who to offer your project too.

You can post a 'project-based' job for any marketing, advertising, digital, creative or website related project such as:

  • Create a new marketing system, funnel, advertising or lead generation campaign
  • Audit and diagnose a poor performing existing marketing system, funnel, advertising or lead generation campaign
  • Managing paid (PPC) advertising campaigns
  • Managing 'Inbound' advertising campaigns
  • Managing social media content and syndication
  • Designing digital or print creative assets / media campaigns
  • Plan and build a new website or landing page
  • Audit, diagnose and redesign a poor performing existing website or landing
  • Consulting (get expert advice) in-person or via video calls (Skype / Google Hangouts etc)

*You should agree upon the exact cost and get any necessary documents signed like an NDA (non-disclosure agreement) before going ahead. It is common practice to pay 50% up-front and then 50% on project completion. Please note that MIJ Job Search does not provide any project-based job offer advice, agreements or services to the employer or the hired member / freelancer.

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