1. Facebook Groups
Each market in the country has a dedicated Brand Ambassador group for agency recruiters to post all sorts of promotional jobs. Join the respective groups to see an array of daily job posts, ranging from one-off events to long-term programs.
2. Staffing Agencies Direct Mailing List
Most of the independent national event staffing agencies have a website with a New Talent Registration section. This is where you create your staff profile to receive email notifications for future event opportunities in the cities you are able to work in.
Since experiential marketing jobs are non permanent assignments, agencies looking for event staff will use Craigslist to find temporary labor. Browse the Gigs section for your market, especially when a major event is coming up.
In many instances LinkedIn has replaced the traditional resume. This is especially true in the experiential marketing field where job submissions frequently require a head shot as part of the application process. You can set an alert for a particular job title, such as Event Manager, to automatically receive email notifications as jobs are posted by the recruiters.
While most experiential marketing jobs are not posted on traditional job searching sites, I have found Indeed to be the exception. Just like LinkedIn, you can set a keyword job alert to receive automatic notifications for specific job titles.