Creative Media, a UK-based talent agency, is looking to recruit London creatives to work in its London offices as part of a strategic investment.
The agency, which also runs creative jobs sites such as the Creative Career Agency, says it has “a huge number of creative talent” in the capital.
The company is hoping to recruit around 500 London creative workers this year.
The initiative is part of the agency’s strategy to expand into the UK’s creative talent market, which currently has a “small” number of talent agencies.
The London Creative Media job listings have been running since March.
The website also has a job listing for a London-based editor, which has a starting salary of $60,000.
Creative Media says the job will include editing, web design, copywriting, and more.
The listings also feature the agency offering a “global talent pool” of “an average of 15-25 creatives per position,” with the agency recruiting from as far away as Australia and New Zealand.
It’s not clear how much creative talent the agency is looking for, or whether it’s currently hiring.
Creative Management, which operates the London Creative Jobs site, said in a statement that the agency “works to recruit creative talent from all over the world.”
It added that the London site is now open for anyone to apply for jobs, and that it’s looking for “talented creatives who are passionate about their work and want to share their skills with others.”
Creative Media’s London job listings can be found at creativemachinery.com.
Creative Talent Agency London says it “works with creative professionals from around the world to produce world-class creative content and create amazing projects, for both commercial and non-profit clients.”
Creative Management said that Creative Talent will continue to work with the Agency to find creative talent in London.
“We look forward to working with them in the future,” it added.
London is also home to the UK-headquartered Creative Management Group, which oversees the careers of creatives and has offices in London and the US.
The firm is based in the UK and runs a range of projects, including “creative projects for young creatives,” and the “Creative Career Agency,” a London agency that helps creative workers build careers and find employment.
Creative Group’s London office is listed on the agency site.
In a statement, Creative Management’s managing director David Smith said that the firm’s London offices “will continue to operate as normal,” adding that the company will continue “to be transparent about the staffing and recruiting process.”
The agency’s London site also has an entry for a Creative Management employee who says they are a “creativity team leader” and is looking “for creative professionals who are focused on creating high quality content.”
Creative Talent, which was founded in 2010 and operates in about 40 cities in the US and the UK, is now the second-largest agency in the country, according to data from CareerBuilder.
The New York-based agency, founded by former BBC journalists and creatives, has a staff of more than 3,000 people.
It is one of several creative talent agencies that have been struggling to find a way to survive in a market where studios are often run by freelancers.
The industry’s current struggles are partly a result of a shortage of creative workers, said Richard Gelfand, a partner at the HR consulting firm HR 360.
“The creative talent pool is incredibly small,” he said.
“They’re not going to be in demand.
And if they’re not in demand, you don’t want to hire them.”
In addition to the London agency, Creative Talent Group also has other offices in New York and Los Angeles.
According to its website, Creative is “a global agency focused on bringing talented people from all around the globe to work together in the creative industries.”