thelondonpaper launches recruitment site

LONDON – News International has added a recruitment service to its website for thelondonpaper, covering London and the South East.

Jobseekers visiting the sub-site, thelondonpaper.com/jobs, can upload their CVs, create their own profiles, track the status of applications and register for job alerts.The site covers 18 industries, including marketing and the media, IT and legal professions and the public sector. Around a third of the 3,500 jobs on offer are secretarial. Recruiters registering with the site can screen applications and manage responses.The launch comes as the ABC confirmed that it would tighten up reporting controls at thelondonpaper and Associated Newspaper’s rival London Lite after finding evidence that both publishers had dumped copies.

The ABC is also considering introducing a dedicated phone line for members of the public to report on alleged dumping and any other unapproved distribution methods.

 

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