Digital Marketing Institute creates 21 new jobs

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Accelerated international growth has meant that the Dublin-based Digital Marketing Institute will increase its workforce to 46 by the end of March, a net increase of 21 new jobs.

The Irish company, founded in 2008, currently employs 37 people in its Dublin and London offices, up from 25 in January.  

A further nine Dublin and London-based vacancies are due to be filled in the coming weeks, bringing the total number employees to 46.

The Digital Marketing Institute currently licenses its training in more than 20 countries, making it the largest single certification standard in digital marketing.

Since January, the company has hired people across operations, sales, product and e-commerce. Vacancies currently available cover international channel sales, operations, marketing, product development and licence partnerships.

Our commitment to launching a globally standardised, accredited education framework for the sector in 2014 is creating huge opportunities for us and we need skilled people across a number of areas to help take advantage of these,” co-founder and director Ian Dodson said.

“We are looking for a range of skills – including operations and international channel sales – and have vacancies at every level, including senior roles for head of digital marketing and head of licence partnerships.”

Digital marketing image via Shutterstock

John Kennedy
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