TMG relaunches Telegraph Jobs

TMG relaunches Telegraph Jobs

Telegraph Media Group has relaunched its Telegraph Jobs website.  The changes are designed to continue its growth as a leading site and to allow for greater access from mobiles and tablets.

The website will provide users with a hub for each of its eight core markets – engineering, defence, manufacturing, aerospace, construction, energy, sales and executive – offering bespoke content as well as listings for job vacancies and information on recruiters in the respective fields.

Telegraph Jobs has a searchable CV database of over 200,000 active candidates, but is seeing a huge expansion in the provision of targeted solutions for clients to attract the best talent from within their industry, whether passive or active.

Louisa Peacock, jobs editor at TMG since 2010, remains in charge of editorial content for the site, writing on the latest trends, analysis and employment news (content that also features in the Daily Telegraph’s Thursday Jobs section).

“Over the past couple of years, Telegraph Jobs has built up an influential global audience through its informative industry news coupled with advertising the best job vacancies out there in the marketplace,” says James Lancaster, director – specialist sales at TMG.  “We have seen a significant shift in the way both candidates and client organisations are interacting with the site.  We have redesigned Telegraph Jobs to enable this, and to allow for expanded use of social media.”

Louisa Peacock added “The new Telegraph jobs site is different to most out there because it offers insight and advice into applying for those jobs alongside the vacancies, and helps job-hunters keep up to date with the latest trends and developments in employment.”

Last year, the site underwent development to enable posting on a wide range of social networks – including Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter – as well as industry news sites and blogs.

Tuesday, 1 May 2012

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