Something strange happened today. First a well known Irish Recruitment agency called on the phone this morning and asks if we can post their jobs via our Multiple Jobs Posting service to the CareerBuilder job site. I found it strange because CareerBuilder is an old site and it used to be US oriented so far. So I checked and guess what? There is a CareerBuilder.ie Irish site.
I looked around and it has about 15 clients advertising jobs. Not overtly impressive, but hey!? It’s a start. CareerBuilder is in Ireland!
As the day goes by, I was checking some recruitment sites of the Irish recruitment agencies to get some inspiration, and guess what? Cpl has a new web site. I actually liked the old one better. But this one has all the right things that a recruitment site should have today: Video, blogs, and this giant footer made of gazillion links. I watched the video. And noticed that the vide on the CPL web site is an advertisement for the CareerBuilder! I still do not get what is he jobs site advertisement actually doing on a recruitment agency web site. Beats me!
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Hi, Career Builder is the largest online job site in the United States, And career builder is comming to ireland is great opportunity to ireland. and if we can post their jobs via our Multiple Jobs Posting service then save our time and money also. Great information….
My name is Derek Frer and I am the Sales Director for Careerbuilder Ireland. If anyone would like to learn more about Careerbuilder Ireland, or really Careerbuilder globally, feel free to reach out!
I can be reached at either +44 (0) 207 855 0651 or at email@example.com.
I am excited to be working in the Irish market and see only great things coming at the other end of this recession.
Careerbuilder – Ireland & Scotland
@Derek – Wellcome!!!!
I only stumbled on this today and quite by accident too. In short CareerBuilder’s Irish effort looks quite half hearted. For example when you click “Hiring” on the menu you’re bounced to the CareerBuilder UK site to be presented with some quite exorbitant prices in…….Pounds Sterling. I remain unconvinced that they’re remotely serious about doing business in Ireland.