Jobs in Network Launches Jobs in Cheltenham Website - Just the Job for Finding Work in Cheltenham

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Finding jobs in Cheltenham is a lot easier following the launch of a new local online jobs portal.

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I want to connect local employers with local job seekers in a simple and easy process.

Web site is aimed at matching local employers with skilled and experienced workers in the town.

The jobs board gives employers and job hunters in Cheltenham the edge over other online recruitment firms by offering a distinctly local service.

Job seekers can register for free and upload their CVs for prospective recruitment agencies - and can opt to search for jobs via an iPhone or from their computer.

Once registered candidates can set up email alerts to make sure they are tipped off about new jobs matching their requirements once they are posted.

Employers can also easily manage their job listings online and monitor the number of views and applications they receive.

“More and more people are turning to the internet to find jobs in cheltenham,” said Gordon McQuoid, founder and director of the jobs board.

This is the first in a series of local jobs boards to be rolled out for towns and cities in Gloucestershire, “I want to connect local employers with local job seekers in a simple and easy process. Making recruitment for local business's more cost effective” McQuoid added.

“Searching our jobs board means candidates do not have to wade through lists of jobs that are not relevant. Every job is local to where you live” said McQuoid. This is more appropriate currently where selling and moving house is not as easy as it was a few years ago and the cost of commuting has increased due to fuel prices.

The Jobs in Cheltenham web site is run by Mr McQuoid’s Jobs in Network based in Cheltenham.

The firm is not another faceless online entity - Mr McQuoid has worked in recruitment in Cheltenham for almost 10 years and has a detailed knowledge of the local jobs scene.


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