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Projective launches new career site to meet demand for new talent

Projective continue to expand after welcoming their 100th project manager at the start of 2015. To help them find their next 100 team members, Projective are launching a brand new career site. In just eight years Projective has grown from two founders (Stefan Dierckx and Filip Bosschaert) working in a spare room, to an established and rapidly expanding company of over 100 project managers.

A high level of relevant project management experience has been maintained as the company has grown, and this has been the major factor in Projective’s success: “there’s no substitute for experience” is the company’s tagline. By specializing in financial service project management, and only in financial service project management, Projective has become an established authority in the industry. Whatever a client’s needs, Projective has the right project manager for the job.

To enable the company to continue to grow at its impressive pace, Projective has launched a new career website. The site has been designed to attract the top tier of talent in the European project management industry, and includes a clear description of the company goals and aims, the exact types of talent and experience sought, and a list of positions currently available.

While Projective currently has offices in Brussels, The Hague, and London, new offices are expected to open in the near future across Europe. The new career site anticipates this, and allows Projective to easily expand the country of preference into new markets.

“In the complex environment of financial services, experience is key. We’ve opted for a business model based on recruiting the most experienced talent in the industry,” says CEO Stefan Dierckx. “We expect this new career site, combined with our other marketing efforts, to enable us to continue to recruit the best talent available in Europe. Projective has an attractive, ultra-flat company structure and a strong like-minded culture. If we get the word out there, the rest will follow.”