Northcliffe expands recruitment offering

LONDON - Regional publisher Northcliffe Media is to roll out online recruitment service Jobsite across all its print titles and 56 associated websites from 1 May.

The announcement builds on the original partnership created between the two businesses in 2007, which enabled vacancies to be distributed between Jobsite and Northcliffe’s network of websites, such as www.thisisbristol.co.uk

Following the new deal, all Northcliffe newspapers and “websites will change to feature the Jobsite brand across all newspaper recruitment supplements, in-paper promotions and web pages.

The partnership will give Northcliffe Media readers and advertisers on-going access to Jobsite, which advertises 50,000 new vacancies each week and has 3.9 million registered users.

Jobsite also has partnerships with the Evening Standard, Metro, Friends Reunited Jobs, and the new Northcliffe partnership will give Jobsite a potential weekly online audience reach of around 13 million.

The partnership will be supported by paper classified and display advertising campaigns, as well as online search and e-mail marketing activity.

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