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Hi Folks,
I'm new to the forums and have attempted to search for a job board.

Does anyone know if there's a global job board anywhere on here.

I'd like to find a permie drupal ninja to hire for some web work. Is there something on permies like this: http://jobs.drupalsearch.org/a/jobs/find-jobs (basically a list of job postings so permies can look for local or nonlocal work in various subfields...

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks!
-Ben
 
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Hi Ben and welcome to Permies,

there are no global job board, but you can have a look in the regional forums (https://permies.com/forums/c/3/) to see if people posted something there. For now, I think the forum you posted on is the closest thing to a job board.
 
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This sounds like a great Idea and I'm forwarding the potential of pursuing it to other permies staff.
 
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