The job board, which was originally launched in 2011 and is run by and for disabled people, has over 700,000 inclusive jobs posted each year.
The improvements to the job board will allow more disabled candidates to access and find jobs and give employers who advertise on the platform more functionality to target candidates and be seen as inclusive employers of choice.
Jane Hatton, CEO of Evenbreak said: “We are thrilled that our new job board can give a better experience for everyone. It’s even more accessible, and has greater functionality.
Disabled candidates will be able to search more effectively for jobs, set up job alerts so they are informed of jobs matching their criteria as soon as they are posted, and complete profiles and upload CVs so that inclusive employers can find them.
Employers can be seen as inclusive employers of choice, target specific types of candidate (regionally, or by skill set, for example) and access better reporting.
It’s a great milestone for Evenbreak, our candidates and our employers, and will be accompanied by an amazing marketing strategy to make sure disabled people looking for new or better work can access our services.”
Evenbreak commissioned Madgex, a leading global provider of career solutions, to develop the job board. Madgex has a wealth of experience and has previously worked with brands such as The Guardian and The Washington Post.
Rachael Salt, COO at Evenbreak, has been the project manager working closely with the web development team at Madgex.
Rachael said: “The team at Madgex have been incredibly responsive to our requirements and we feel confident that we now have a board that will support the next phase of the Evenbreak journey; helping to close the disability employment gap.”
Check out Evenbreak’s new job board site by visiting www.evenbreak.co.uk