Stuart Gentle Publisher at Onrec

Free-Recruitment.Com launches

Service free to recruiters and only 20 to jobseekers

Service free to recruiters and only 20 to jobseekers

Free-Recruitment.Com says it has has pioneered a radical new way to instantly display C.V.s online in a fully viewable and searchable format. Their On-Line C.V. interactive database allows Jobseekers, Graduates or those simply looking for a change of a career to place their abridged C.V within both a specified job function and a desired target region.

Employers and recruitment agencies are able to use the sites own intelligent search tools to pinpoint a candidateís key skills and match these to their own staff requirements or job vacancies, having found a match in the form of the C.V. they email the candidate direct. Access for the recruiter, be that a human resource professional working in the offices of an employer, or high street recruitment agency is free.

C.Vís can be entered and displayed in less than two minutes; it is then presented immediately in front of both a UK and indeed a worldwide audience for a minimum period of 3 months. The cost of display is just 20, which is to say the least very competitive especially if you consider the associated costs normally, associated with traditional recruitment options.

ìIn order to promote the site we are constantly adding new employers and recruiters nationwide to our mailing portfolio. Our aim is to provide a central C.V. portal for all UK based human resource professionals. By inputting there own requirements they can view the C.V.s, make a selection and contact the candidate direct.

The cost of an advert for the jobseeker costs 20 for 3 months, this encourages only genuine job hunters to subscribe, quite truthfully we simply donít want a situation where we have thousands of C.V.s entered by users who are not genuinely serious about their future careers, it allows us to present only genuine C.V.s to the employer and indeed to the recruitment industry, once entered the C.V. can be updated and amended at any time in the three month periodî. Says Business Manager Ian Doyle