CareerWeb now available on your mobile phone

CareerWeb, SA's specialist online ICT jobs service and sister site to ITWeb, is now available as a mobi site and can be found using your mobile phone at
Job seekers can use their mobile phone to view all jobs available on CareerWeb, search for specific jobs and apply to advertised vacancies. The mobi site allows for optimised mobile viewing, with the added advantage of being able to apply for jobs.

"Too many companies just take their Web site and make it smaller for mobile users and think their work is done," says Ernie Hipner, general manager of CareerWeb. "A true mobi site is more than a mini-Web site; it must accommodate browsers using a mobile device. We have optimised the special capabilities and restrictions of different mobile devices to bring CareerWeb to our users on a mobile platform," he explains.

"Our technical team has developed the mobi site with the intention of allowing job seekers excellent viewing capabilities and easy, uncomplicated usage on any mobile phone with Web browsing capabilities," adds Hipner.

Go to on your mobile phone and you will immediately be able to start searching and applying for jobs.

About CareerWeb
CareerWeb was launched in June 2000 and is the only online recruitment service provider focusing on the IT and telecoms industry. It is committed to providing the best product, service, and value to this specialist niche market.

As the career site of sister publication ITWeb - SA's leading online technology news site which reaches over 80 000 IT professionals countrywide - CareerWeb is in a unique position provide these with a 'one-stop shop' for career opportunities, career and salary advice, and CV storage.

This makes CareerWeb the perfect place for advertising job vacancies and targeting skilled IT professionals. Contact us on: .

24 Jun 2010 13:19


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