Jobisjob South america allow you to post a job and search for a job among more than 10 countries in South America. "Buscar Vagas" on Jobisjob Brazil is quiet easy and may help you in your recruitment process.
Jobisjob South America :
- Brazil with more than 180 000 job offers
- Argentina with more than 25000 job offers
- Chile with more than 70000 job offers
- Colombia with more than 70000 job offers
- Ecuador with more than 6000 job offers
- Guatemala with more than 14000 job offers
- Mexico with more than 170000 job offers
Jobboard Finder’s opinion
Summary: Created in 2007, JobisJob, a large aggregator, is present in a number of countries all around the world. In Brazil, the visibility is unknown so it clearly isn’t as popular as it is in the UK or even France. Among the shareholders, we have Schibsted and Grupo Intercom, so the site is run by two very important groups in the business. On social media, the following is extensive: 4 748 followers on LinkedIn, 644 on Instagram, 39 512 on Facebook, 4 376 on Twitter and finally, 1 600 followers on Pinterest (which is where the company shares infographics). The social media is in English because it is for all the different JobisJob portals.
Design: On the homepage, you can use the search engine (keywords and location), select a sector from a list or click on a location on the interactive map. By scrolling down, you’ll also see top job searches, top companies and other locations. There is even an “I got a Job” section. To use the search engine, a keyword is required. Once in the job listing, there are filters (category, job title, company, job type, publication date) on the left-hand side. Most of the offers have a salary range and logo and they all have publication dates. You can sort the jobs by date or relevance and some of them come from different websites.
The job board objective: JobisJob retrieves job adverts from all over the internet so that jobseekers can have to widest range of offers to choose from.
Recruiter observations: To create an account, recruiters must provide the number of employees, the zip code, a phone number and the VAT number (or CNPJ). You can post a job or drive visitors to your website through the different solutions.
Jobseeker observations: You can create an account though, with Facebook or an e-mail address. To post your CV, you must go through InfoJobs.
The job offers: There are 218 488 job offers on the site, most of which are in Sales and IT.
Reactivity: There is a phone number in the legal section. Otherwise, you can use the contact form (the site tries to deter users from contacting the team by suggesting topics).
Special features: The candidate experiences; job alerts; the app; the market overview (which includes the top job boards, top categories, top locations, top advertisers, top titles for a country of your choice); the strategic questions; the case studies; infographics (shared on Pinterest); graphs (for top companies, top categories, job titles, locations, job types and salaries); the forum.
Verdict: JobisJob is a classic case of don’t judge a book by its cover. This site has so much to offer in the way of information and jobs from all over the internet. Unfortunately, it’s not the best place to advertise for job positions due to its low visibility.
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.
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