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Jobboard Finder’s opinion
Summary: VeriTreff, the mother company of DV-Treff, has been around since 1996 and it has branches, each catering to a specific niche. This one is for the engineers, developers and consultants and it has been around since the beginning. The visibility isn’t available but the site does have some social media: 545 followers on Facebook (nothing new since 2018) and a Xing account
Design: The website has a rather outdated design, with small font and content, which doesn’t fill up the screen. The search engine (keywords, location, radius) is a box at eye-level when you open the webpage and featured companies (which are really hiring) are underneath it. In the job listing, logos and publication dates are visible, as well as a short description of the role and a link to Google Maps. When you open a job offer, the branding is top notch (each job has a custom design). There are no filters and the search engine doesn’t suggest any keywords when you start typing. There are partner websites down the bottom of the page.
The job board objective: DV-Treff (which meaning “DV meeting”) targets SAP experts candidates and those recruiting them and offers attractive branding to attract them.
Recruiter observations: The prices are online. To create an account, you’ll need to contact the team though. You can browse the candidate database even without an account but the information is limited.
Jobseeker observations: Jobseekers don’t need an account to apply to job offers. Either you’re redirected to the career page or an information box appears asking for your contact details and a CV.
The job offers: There are currently 118 job offers on the site. Without filters, it’s difficult to know where they are or for which positions.
Special features: The photos of the team; dictionary; testimonials; the engineering news (which leads to content on other sites); the seminars; the partner list.
Verdict: As one of the job board oldies, it knows the industry, but the site hasn’t kept up with the times. Don’t let that deter you from investing in their products. Jobseekers can browse the offers and recruiters can view the candidates.
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