CV-Library announces partnership with Job Sender

CV-Library announces partnership with Job Sender


The UK’s leading independent job board, CV-Library, has announced that it has integrated with recruitment software provider, Job Sender, providing the platform’s users with access to over 14 million CVs, directly from the CV-Library Database.

The integration is now live and means that recruiters using Job Sender to assist with their hiring needs can now search CV-Library CVs through their Job Sender account. CV-Library’s candidate database is one of the largest in the UK and has grown by 1.7m CVs in the last 12 months.

Lee Biggins, founder and CEO of CV-Library, comments: “The size and quality of our unrivalled CV Database is certainly one of our greatest selling points and we’re now gaining even more exposure through our exciting integrations. In fact, our CV Search integration means that recruiters can source and access millions of CVs, without leaving their ATS, saving a lot of time and effort in the hiring process. We’re delighted to be working in partnership with the team at Job Sender and look forward to seeing the results.”

Job Sender’s vision is to make the job posting process as quick, simple and as easy as possible all whilst saving companies valuable time and money.

Damian Quinn, Director at Job Sender adds:Our Applicant Tracking Software is everything you need to multi-post jobs for free via your preferred boards, manage an engaging candidate experience and get to grips with your analytics, costs and beyond.

“At Job Sender we believe in the personal touch and have designed a solution that can be used by businesses of all sizes.  There is a wealth of recruitment and technology experience at Job Sender allowing us to understand your needs and requirements, and whilst you can buy a product straight off the shelf, we believe that  entering into a partnership and trying to build a long term working partnership is what we are here for. Our training and support staff are available to provide constant help and guidance from day one and these come at no additional cost to you.” 

Monday, 15 July 2019

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