CareerWeb opens up to fashionistas

CareerWeb, SA's specialist ICT jobs Web site and sister site to ITWeb, is now offering the same job search and application process as found on CareerWeb, on a fashion web site Companies and recruitment agencies will be able to advertise their job opportunities on the Web site and attract top fashion industry talent.
The 40 000 unique readers who read iFashion each month can now search and apply for fashion industry-related jobs. Companies and recruitment agencies can post their fashion industry-related jobs on iFashion and have them exposed to a niche and relevant audience, offering advertisers the benefit of accurate job responses.

"This is just the beginning of our partnership with iFashion and we at CareerWeb are very excited about the opportunities that lie before us," says Ernie Hipner, general manager of CareerWeb.

"We will roll out new functions and services to both job seekers and advertisers as we move forward. We already have some of the leading companies and recruitment agencies from the fashion industry advertising their jobs on the Web site, generating fantastic job responses. Readers will also be exposed to new job opportunities in this niche market as the advertisers grow and as new services are introduced," he explains.

The site currently displays jobs from companies like Mr Price, Ackermans, and Edcon, as well as recruitment agencies in the fashion industry. You can search and apply for jobs on the Web site. You can also keep up to date with dynamic local and international fashion industry news, upload your portfolio, join forums, and much more.

28 Feb 2011 10:58


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