Empleos Amia Presentation
The Employment Service of AMIA has become the largest and most recognized Network of Employment Offices in Argentina, with more than 700,000 applicants in its database and 14,000 companies that have already used their services.
The amount of professionalism, effort and enthusiasm put into this project was paying off and holding fast day. As a result, there are currently 11 open offices in major parts of the country. Our values: excellence, efficiency, technology, social reinvestment
Jobboard Finder’s opinion
Summary: Created in 2014, Amia Comunidad Judia is a generalist job board, with a focus on education and training. The idea is to enable jobseekers (and recruiters) to access the most relevant services for their respective goals. In fact, the job offers are far from the priority for this site. A more active approach is offered to recruiters and a more strategic one to jobseekers. As the name implies, the site is originally for the Jewish community, which is why you can find links to Israeli news on the main page. The site does a good job of being present on social media for 78 409 followers on Facebook, 4 220 on Twitter, 5 870 on Instagram, 88 763 on LinkedIn and 510 on YouTube (there are lots of videos). The main website can be translated into English (but not the job section). Despite that, the job board alone attracts a little over 60 000 visits a month.
Design: On the job board, the search engine (zone and job category) has drop down options, limiting the keywords users can use.The blue icons are for the jobseekers and the red ones for the recruiters. On the homepage, some articles/news and categories are featured. In the job listing, the job descriptions are brief and there is no marketing. You can see the description in the listing, as well as other services above the listing (like creating a CV). There are no additional filters.
The job board objective: Amia is for Argentinians, and more specifically, Jewish Argentinians. That said, other recruiters and jobseekers are free to use the services.
Recruiter observations: To order the services through the site, you must contact the site. There are a number of different tests, diversity programs and sourcing services. You can ask for a quote by filling out a contact form (but it's easier to call them or use the email address). The site also speaks to schools who might want to feature courses for students.
Jobseeker observations: Jobseekers can create a CV online, but the form is not translated by Google translate. Furthermore, if you click on "apply" next to a job offer, it leads to a payment page.
The job offers: There are currently 47 offers online.
Reactivity: There is a chat on the homepage to contact the team (and other contact details).
Special features: the YouTube videos; the employment news; company news; testimonials; monthly employment advice; job search workshops; different tests; courses.
Verdict: Amia is first and foremost an association for the Jewish community, which means the outreach targets Jewish Argentinians, as well as other types of candidates. The services and courses are varied. More than just a job board, Amia offers creative solutions to recruitment and job searching problems. That said, the payment pages (when trying to apply to job offers) makes it difficult to use the site. The design of the site has been improved but the traffic has gone down.
Written by Ali Neill
As the job board tester and blog editor for the Jobboard Finder, Ali works on job boards from all around the world and keeps a close eye on the recruitment trends thanks to a number of sources, including the website's social media pages.
Additional job board information
We are present on social network such as Facebook and Twitter (more than 1,500 followers) were we post articles and also job offers. We also have 2 different newsletters, one for candidates and one for companies.
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