Jobijoba is a semantic search engine for Jobs, jobijoba groups vacancies from over 400 job boards across europe making your job search easier.
Our vocation? Create innovative solutions for employment and radically change recruitment codes.
Jobijoba is present in France, Spain, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, UK, Italy, Mexico, Australia, Ireland, Brazil, Austria and Russia.
Jobboard Finder’s opinion
Summary: Jobijoba has been around for over 11 years. It first appeared in France (Bordeaux) with Thomas Allaire at the head of the company and then spread to a number of other European countries. Today, present in over 30 countries, the headquarters are still in Bordeaux but it is a part of the HelloWork group (previously known as Regionsjob) since July. They bought the company for its modern algorithms and advanced learning skill tools, which they hope will improve their own job boards as well. Jobijoba is doing better in some countries than others, and Italy is own of the places where the visibility has been dropped (down to 213 240 views per month). With only 442 Twitter followers and 1 445 on Facebook (and no updates since last year), they aren’t all that successful on social media. That said, you can find useful information concerning job offers (theirs as well as google adverts for jobs).
Design: The colour scheme (black and pink) makes for a welcome change and the homepage focuses on the job search (a banner with a montage of different professionals, who look pleased and excited, a search engine, jobs per sector, jobs per profession, jobs per location, jobs per company). If you have trouble with the language, it exists in different versions (but it is adapted to each country). The site recommends jobs even when it’s your first time there. Once you start browsing, a keyword is required to access the list. The listing page is jam-packed full of information (but no number of jobs, and only one page is visible). If there are other job offers, you are required to use the filters (region, province, city, job title, company, publication date and contract) to view them. The suggested sectors and professions differ from one portal to another, but that does not mean they are the most popular ones. Similar jobs are listed below the job offers and some companies have ratings or comments, but the company pages are purely informative.
The job board objective: Jobijoba forces jobseekers to filter their search in order to provide a more personalised selection of job offers.
Recruiter observations: For those who struggle with Italian, the employer page is in English. However, you need to write to the website to create an account and for pricing information.
Jobseeker observations: All the job offers go through a different website (which is indicated in the job listing) so there really is no reason to create an account with them.
The job offers: It’s difficult to get an idea of the number of job offers on the website.
Special features: job alerts; CV builder; company ratings; the blog (no updates for a year); the number of people interested in an article; TalentSourcing; CVCatcher.
Verdict: For a website which doesn’t allow you to create an account without first contacting them, you would expect a better reactivity. The pages are a bit too cluttered and the job offers are posted elsewhere. We’ll have to wait and see what HelloWork can do with the website now that they are taking over.
Additional job board information
- Social media sharing
- Press service
- Jobijoba France : https://www.jobijoba.com/fr/
- Jobijoba Brasil : https://www.jobijoba.com.br/
- Jobijoba Portugal : https://www.jobijoba.pt/
- Jobijoba Spain : https://www.jobijoba.es/
- Joijoba Germany : https://www.jobijoba.de/
- Jobijoba Switzerland : https://www.jobijoba.ch/
- Jobijoba Russia : https://www.jobijoba.ru/
- Jobijoba Belgium : https://www.jobijoba.be/
- Jobijoba Australia : https://www.jobstralia.com/
- Jobijoba Mexico : https://www.jobijoba.mx/
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