|By PR Newswire||
|August 14, 2014 06:18 AM EDT||
QUEBEC CITY, Aug. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Crakmedia is hiring talent from across the globe. The growing multimedia company has already hired a considerable number of talent from abroad, making up about 15% of the current employees.
A growing number of employees have European (mostly French), US, and South American roots.
Talent at Crakmedia knows no geographic bounds. The rising company recognizes all skill-levels.
The Human Resources Department will handle the tasks involved with relocating an employee to Crakmedia's Quebec offices, working hand in hand with the Canadian government, should a talent be considered for full time employment.
It is recommended applicants be proficient in French, as French is the working language in Quebec.
If you'd like to be part of a multicultural, talented team, Crakmedia wants to hear from you! You can send your application to [email protected].
Crakmedia Network is a company specializing in multimedia and e-commerce, and is based out of downtown Quebec City (Nouvo St-Roch). Generating over 20 billion impressions monthly, its main areas of interest are contextual advertising and web development. For more information on CrakMedia, please visit www.crakmedia.com.
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