At Cupick, we believe in connecting our artists with greater opportunities. To this end, we’ve introduced a new feature which will enable employers to reach out to the strong Cupick community for permanent and freelance roles. Additionally, artists will be able to apply for positions based on areas of interest directly from their Cupick profiles.
Here’s the catch. This is not an open job board. We’re curating the openings on Cupick.
Why? Because the process of hiring/getting hired is akin to getting hitched. There has to be chemistry and then there’s the part where you figure out if both parties are on the same page. After all, it’s all about complementing each other. Which is why we want you to find the perfect match by connecting people who are of the same wavelength.
We’re very excited about this new feature (and hope you are too!). Read on to understand how you can make the most of it.
Job openings for Creative Professionals: Illustrators, UI and Graphic Designers, Visual Artists etc
We will be curating the list of jobs that are relevant to our community. Users registered with Cupick will be able to browse this list and apply for opportunities that match interest and skill. The positions listed will include freelance work, project-based contracts, full time jobs and internships.
Each job listing will have the following details to help you take a decision:
– Name of the Company, their elevator pitch and website link
– Job Title & Description
– Location, Compensation
– Job Type: Full Time, Freelance, Project-based, Internships
View the complete job list. Mark the ones you’re interested in, dismiss the rest. Your profile will be shared with the recruiter on jobs that you’ve applied for.
Looking for work? Take a look at our curated list of creative jobs on Cupick.
Hiring creative professionals for Startups, Design Studios, Ad Agencies and more
Companies looking to hire can post a requirement on Cupick. Employers will receive a personal Hiring Manager to help fill the required position with curated lists of profiles compiled by our team.
Finding quality candidates depends largely on how well you describe your opening. To help you find the perfect match, be specific on the what you’re looking.
Here are a few recommendations for writing a good job description.
- Clearly explain what the role is about and the responsibilities that come with it.
- What are qualifications expected of the candidate: the bare minimums and the nice-to-haves.
- Who (or with which departments) will the candidate be working with? Who will he/she report to?
- Specify what kind of people you’re looking for.
- Talk about the work environment, perks, timings, leave policy etc.
- Skills required for the job (we have a separate field of this)
Have an opening? Use Cupick to hire creative professionals.
Have questions about applying for or posting about a job? Reach us here.