Madgex announces "thelondonpaper" job board launch
9 May 2007
9 May 2007
Madgex, the specialist provider of job board software solutions, is proud to announce the launch of the new thelondonpaper job board, for News International, onto their award-winning Origin Job Board Software platform: http://jobs.thelondonpaper.com.
The new site is another unique customisation of Madgex's Origin Job Board Software and provides job seekers with easy to use, intuitive job search and apply online features plus the added ability to create profiles, manage and track applications and generate job alerts via email. Jobseekers can also access vacancies via an A-Z listing of recruiters, whilst also being able to view job adverts as they appear in print.
Madgex has also provided a new administration system for thelondonpaper recruiters, providing industry-leading tools for job posting, applicant tracking CV database access. The system also provides a web service interface for seamless integration with third party multiple job posting facilities.
News International's Louise Ambrose explains, "This new online offering gives thelondonpaper a significant competitive edge through the use of the latest in online recruitment software. Job seekers are presented with the option of a job search or a sector based navigation, ensuring that candidates have the easiest route possible to their ideal job. Importantly, users can navigate to and from the London paper content site, allowing recruiters to target and capture passive as well as active job seekers."
James Burton, Sales Director at Madgex comments: "We were absolutely delighted to have been selected by News International for yet another high profile development, and we're extremely excited at the prospect of working with thelondonpaper's team going forward."
He adds, "We're working on a number of initiatives to ensure that our major media clients are kept at the leading edge of the market, while continuing to provide a proven, robust platform on which to base their online business that includes a good level of future-proofing".