GreenJobs predict a bright future for the green employment market by launching 4 specialist job boards targeting candidates and organisations in the conservation, environmental, renewable energy and solar sectors.
Online PR News – 13-December-2011 – London, UK – GreenJobs Limited (http://www.greenjobs.co.uk) has launched four new specialist job boards that will cater for candidates and organisations in the following sectors - conservation jobs, Environmental Jobs, Renewable Energy Jobs and solar jobs. These new websites will complement and be integrated with the existing GreenJobs and WindJobs websites and will become part of the GreenJobs network of websites. The four new websites will promote both United Kingdom and international job opportunities.
From a candidates perspective the four new websites have been designed to be extremely user friendly and intuitive to use. As well as benefiting from standard features such as “Job alerts by email” and “Email a friend” the new websites have incorporated “Smartsearch” technology in their design. This ensures that job seekers find the exact type of vacancy that they are looking for as well as receiving automatic recommendations on other suitable positions. The new websites have over thirty five job categories available for candidates to search and coupled with the introduction of job type specific landing pages this makes it quicker and easier for candidates to find the type of job they desire.
From a recruiters perspective the candidate management system has been designed to be extremely user friendly and gives the recruiter full control of their recruitment campaign as well as being easy to integrate with multi-posting software providers. The recruiter can easily manage their recruitment process with functionality such as being able to post, edit and delete their job postings. Recruiters are also able to pre-qualify candidates by asking them to complete a number of important questions when they apply to a job they have listed. From a recruiters point of view the introduction of over thirty five different job categories makes it more effective for recruiters to promote their job opportunities to both passive and active jobseekers via the “Job alerts by email” system. The new websites have been integrated into the existing GreenJobs network of websites and this means that when a recruiter posts a job onto any of the four new websites it can be automatically uploaded to our other websites at no extra cost if it is suitable. These include – http://www.conservationjobsuk.com, http://www.environmentaljobsuk.com, http://www.greenjobs.co.uk, http://www.renewableenergyjobsuk.com, http://www.solarjobsuk.com and http://www.windjobsuk.com
In order to give clients a wider potential audience for their job postings the four new websites have developed a talent finder network in partnership with some of the most popular and best known generalist job boards. This talent finder network means that when a job is posted on these websites it will also automatically be posted onto a number of other job boards and social media platforms including Businessgreenjobs, Facebook, Indeed, Linkedin, Mitula, Workhound, Trovit and Twitter.
Jonathan Kyle (Director of Strategy) - "The development of four new websites that cater specifically for job opportunities in the conservation, environmental, renewable energy and solar sectors was primarily driven by feedback from candidates and clients. They specified their desire for specialist job boards that catered for their exact employment and career requirements. Indeed we worked with a number of our clients and candidates throughout the website development process to ensure that the finished websites were to the standard that they required. The initial feedback has been extremely positive in terms of the websites functionality, navigation and ease of use. From GreenJobs perspective it gave us a great opportunity to increase our market share in the Green job board market while attracting more suitably experienced candidates for our clients and promoting more relevant job opportunities to our candidates."
ConservationJobs (http://www.conservationjobsuk.com) is a job board wholly dedicated to recruitment in the conservation sector. ConservationJobs cover a wide variety of job types including – animal conservation jobs, conservation biology jobs, conservation education jobs, conservation management jobs, conservation officer jobs, conservation project jobs and conservation research jobs.
EnvironmentalJobs (http://www.environmentaljobsuk.com) is a job board wholly dedicated to recruitment in the environmental industry sector. EnvironmentalJobs cover a wide variety of job types including – environmental assessor jobs, environmental conservation jobs, environmental engineer jobs, environmental impact assessment (EIA) jobs, environmental planning jobs, environmental policy jobs and environmental scientist jobs.
RenewableEnergyJobs (http://www.renewableenergyjobsuk.com) is a job board wholly dedicated to recruitment in the renewable energy industry sector. RenewableEnergyJobs cover a wide variety of job types including – alternative energy jobs, bioenergy jobs, green energy jobs, marine energy jobs, renewable energy engineering jobs, solar energy jobs and wind energy jobs.
SolarJobs (http://www.solarjobsuk.com) is a job board wholly dedicated to recruitment in the solar industry sector. SolarJobs cover a wide variety of job types including – solar development engineer jobs, solar energy jobs, solar installer jobs, solar maintenance engineer jobs, solar manufacturing jobs, solar project management jobs and solar sales engineer jobs.
The GreenJobs Network of Websites
The GreenJobs network of websites is used by a number of high profile organisations as an integral part of their recruitment process and these include – Amec, Amida, ATA Energy, Carlton Resource Solutions, Cobalt Recruitment, Cranleigh Recruitment, Deanston Cooper, Eden Brown, EMC International, En-spiral, Envirogen Recruitment Solutions, Fusion People, RWE npower renewables, Shaw Energy Recruitment, Sustain Recruitment, URS Scott Wilson, Vattenfall, Viridium Associates and Willow Shaw.