The two companies already work in partnership to enable Vacancy Poster users to post their jobs onto CV-Library, quickly and easily. Now, thanks to CV-Library's CV Search integration, companies using Vacancy Poster to manage their recruitment process will be able to source and access 15 million CVs, without having to leave the Vacancy Poster platform.
Lee Biggins, founder and CEO of CV-Library, comments:
“The market has been uncertain for some time and recruitment professionals are constantly under huge pressure to achieve the best results, with limited resources. Our industry-leading integrations are helping to solve this problem by helping recruiters streamline their hiring process and save valuable time and money. We’re delighted to be launching another integration with the team at Vacancy Poster and believe this update will help existing clients to recruit effectively during an immensely challenging period.”
Vacancy Poster users will be able to search and view an unlimited number of CVs within CV-Library's database, filtering by keyword, location, industry, salary and so on. This will save users a lot of time as they can search CVs and post jobs all in one place, while also keeping them on the Vacancy Poster platform for longer.
Joe Sweeney, founder and Director of Vacancy Poster, adds:
“In these uncertain times we are pleased to be reinforcing our partnership with CV-Library and simultaneously enhancing the product offerings for our clients too. We strive to provide quality and affordable solutions to best support our clients’ needs and this integration will facilitate access to one of the largest talent pools in the UK for both our mutual and non-mutual clients alike”
CV-Library is one of the UK’s largest online job sites and attracts over 4.3 million unique job seekers every month. Founded by Lee Biggins in 2000, CV-Library is the UK’s leading independent online job board with a database of over 15 million CVs.