|JOB2SEA announces new website|
|Tuesday, 06 March 2012 16:42|
JOB2SEA, the specialist maritime job board, has announced the launch of its new and improved global maritime job board www.JOB2SEA.com.
The new JOB2SEA site has been designed to help jobseekers find the best maritime jobs and recruiters the best candidates. The site has been developed to provide a comprehensive online recruitment resource for the global maritime industry. To meet the diverse needs of both seafarers and shipping companies JOB2SEA consulted leading names in the maritime industry to provide the best possible online recruitment solution. This has resulted in a highly intuitive job board with social media integration, enhanced jobseeker profiles and an extensive range of recruiter services.
In the first two months JOB2SEA had more than 3,160 applications, over 45,000 unique visits and 330,000 page views. The system only displays live jobs from leading recruiters across the maritime sector. Jobseekers can create email alerts at the click of a button, sending the latest jobs directly to their inbox. JOB2SEA also helps jobseekers on the move with a fully mobile-optimised site allowing seafarers to search and apply for jobs from any location on a mobile device.
Accessing the best talent is a challenge for any business and with this in mind, JOB2SEA has a range of options to attract and engage jobseekers. Recruiters can choose from a broad range of job advertising inventory such as premium, homepage, video and sponsored jobs. To help stand out further, recruiters can also be included in the Recruiter A-Z directory with video profiles.
For further information, contact:JOB2SEA, Denmark Web: www.JOB2SEA.com
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