Link up will offer online jobs boost

Link up will offer online jobs boost

Media Week has unveiled details of a partnership with leading UK online recruiter totaljobs.com

For an initial seven-week period, the link will mean media clients will have access to even more candidates through recruitment advertising in Media Moves and Media Moves Online, the recruitment sections of Media Week.

Up till December 22 all vacancies appearing in Media Week will appear on the website mediaweek.co.uk and within the Media, New Media & Creative category totally free of charge.

Totaljobs.com carries more than 45,000 live vacancies and has been running an ad campaign that continues until the end of the year.

Traffic in September for totaljobs.com saw more than five million page impressions, with more than 415,000 unique visitors.

“As the skills shortage in the media market continues, it is increasingly difficult to find good experienced candidates. With this in mind, we have formed an exclusive partnership with totaljobs.com, which we believe will help drive response from candidates outside Media Week’s usual reach,” said group classified sales manager Carolyn Gill.

To minimise unwanted response a number of screening questions are being used to filter all applications to vacancies appearing on totaljobs.com from Media Moves.

“Media Week really is offering the best package in the media marketplace,” added Gill.

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