Here at #blkcreatives (pronounced: hash tag Black creatives) our mission is to create sustainable pathways to resources for Black creatives and provide them with personal, professional, and economic support.
Our goal is to help Black creatives access the resources they need to build the future they want for themselves and the next generation. Our job board is one of the primary ways we serve our community.
1. It’s a Black-owned board through and through.
As a brand, our mission of economic growth for Black and Brown creatives starts from the inside out. Product Engineer Iheanyi Ekechukwu founded Seeker, the platform we use to create our job board.
2. It includes nationwide full-time opportunities – including remote positions. We accept them all!
Our top demo cities include New York City, Washington D.C., Chicago, Los Angeles, Dallas and Atlanta. We also currently have a need from our community for jobs located in the Midwest, Southern states and Toronto and a growing request for UK based jobs. If you have a project based gig that you’re hiring for, we also encourage you to submit your job to our job board. We want to make space for full time AND project-based gigs.
Creative professionals can search the job board by location and job keywords.
3. It cost $100 to post a job on our platform.
Your job listing will stay live on our job board for 35 days. Simply submit your job info here. The great thing about posting is that you’re contributing to the economic good of Black creatives. A few companies we’ve already hosted: Zendesk, The Atlantic, Apartment Therapy Media, Cal Poly Pomona University, North American Association for Environmental Education, Whole30, Sonos, Blinkist, Expedia and more.
4. We share our job board on a very regular basis and it’s one of the most visited pages on our website.
We promote it on our social media channels and we include it in our weekly newsletter. Outside of our #blkcreativejobs hashtag on Twitter this is our dedicated space for sharing job opportunities and the numbers reflect it. This year (11.1.21), we’ve had close to 18K pageviews and counting.