IT Jobs board for IT Professional’s.
Having successfully established an online jobs board for the Irish sales professional in Ireland
Director Niall Kelly adds to this portfolio by launching www.ComputerJobs.ie for the IT professional in Ireland.
“A dedicated jobs board for the IT sector in Ireland is long overdue. With three out of four people looking to the Internet when considering a career move, it was time to provide the Irish IT professional with a simple to use niche website when considering their next career move.” Says Niall Kelly, Director.
“Adding ComputerJobs.ie to our portfolio strengthens our position in the online jobs board market as providers of specialised job posting platforms that supply targeted results for both employers/agencies and candidates alike.”-
“With the net becoming so vast, surfers are finding it more difficult to source specific information. Hence, we agree with the founders of Google that niche is the correct way forward and have provided 2 web sites specifically catering for both the Sales and IT professional.”
In addition to IT jobs advertised on the site, they provide everything an IT professional will need to help them in their career – all 100% FREE:
Salary / daily rate guides,
IT CV / tech interview / job hunting skills,
Ask the IT tax doctor,
IT contractor's corner,
List of IT recruitment specialists,
List of IT courses & IT trainers,
IT career profiles. +
100’s of IT jobs.
For the employer, guidelines in attracting high-calibre IT staff in today’s competitive market.
“We look forward to providing employers & agencies with a simple to use, cost effective IT staffing solution” Says Kelly.
They aim to fill the gap by providing an advertising platform covering IT&T jobs across all categories. IT professionals can now login to their own specialist online jobs board and see the full range of job opportunities advertised for their sector on one website.
According to the latest DCU jobs survey, IT job vacancies have risen by 42% in the last year, with 13,400 IT jobs on the web. The majority of this increase will have to be met by graduates from abroad as there has been a sharp decline in graduates taking up IT since the dot com bubble.
“We predict as we enter the latter part of 2006 the demand for qualified IT staff will continue to increase, and companies may need to revise their recruitment methods to include specialist IT advertising jobs boards in helping them resource staff more cost effectively. Industry related job sites provide relevant targeted CV applications appropriate to their sector.”