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Joe Slavin appointed Non-Executive Director for Simply Jobs Boards


Joe Slavin has been appointed Non-Executive Director for Simply Jobs Boards with immediate effect.

Joe arrives with many years of strategic and operation experience in an industry that prides itself on innovation and pace in solving a customer’s staffing needs. His experience includes Managing Director roles at and Johnston Press (JobsToday and TheSmartList) as well being the former CEO of Fish4Jobs. Joe will bring his considerable knowledge of market and industry trends with over 20 years in managing sales, marketing and product teams, bolstered by his irrepressible enthusiasm for applying smart solutions to the sector’s challenges.

Ian Partington, Chief Executive of Simply Jobs Boards comments:

“I’m delighted to welcome Joe to our Management Board. His experience of the industry outside of Simply Jobs Boards is what I believe will add great value to the business over the coming years as we continue our ambitious growth plans in the UK, US and Far East.

Joe Slavin said:

“I’m thrilled to be joining this dynamic team. They have had fifteen years of success in a challenging, dynamic industry already, which is no small feat, and I look forward to being a part of Simply’s bright future.”


With over 15 years experience within the Recruitment industry, Mark considers digital publishing, digital engagement, recruitment marketing and advertising (all media), digital video production, creative design and more recently social media development as his core knowledge and where a lot of his experience lays.

Having been at the forefront of the digital publishing sector for well over a decade, Mark has founded numerous job boards and publishing businesses.

He has very strong business ethics, built on transparency and trust and equally as important, he enjoys close working relationships with all clients. A self-confessed digital geek Mark lives and breathes online media ensuring Recruitment Buzz stays ahead of the curve.


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