Discover JobmasterJobboard score : 6.7 / 10
Generalist job board / National
Foundation : 1998
Nb of employees : 10-19
National jobboard : Israel
Site Languages : Hebrew
JobMaster has been a web network since 1998. The job and resume database is updated regularly and the segmented site contains over 50,000 candidates relevant to potential employers. Leave your CV updated and segmented store site 24 hours a day and serves only the employers listed on our site.
Jobboard Finder’s opinion
Summary: Shay Chen and Nathan Levi cofounded JobMaster in 1998. The generalist job board was one of the first in a country with good internet access so it’s no surprise it has remained successful. Most of the site is available in English as well as Hebrew (which is a nice change) but it isn’t very present on social media: only 927 followers on Linkedin and 28 134 on Facebook. That hasn’t stopped JobMaster from becoming one of the top three job boards in the country, with 1.14 million visits a month.
Design: The homepage is an odd mix of a modern and slight outdated layout. The backdrop image of professionals behind the search engine (keywords and the location) is great, but the rest of the homepage is lacking aesthetically (three boxes advertising the jobs by field, area and job type and three more hiring companies, the app and the jobs of the week). To start the search with the search engine, you need either a keyword or location. From there, you can filters the offers (category, job area, type, title, deleted jobs and sent jobs). All the information is available in the job listing, including the location, the salary information, the company name, the logo, the type of hours, the requirements and description. You can also see if the offer is suitable for religious sectors, older applicants, academics without experience and if language skills are appreciated. The job offers can be sorted by date or salary. It’s nice having so many choices for the job type, but the deleted jobs and sent jobs don’t do anything.
The job board objective: JobMaster hopes to make it easy for recruiters and jobseekers to find one another. It relies on the contribution of others for some of its services.
Recruiter observations: To create an account, you’ll need a VAT number, but you can order ad space directly through the website.
Jobseeker observations: You have to specify your current job situation (but it’s in Hebrew) and give your phone number. To apply to job offers, you don’t need a CV or a cover letter. Some job offers also have compulsory questions.
The job offers: The industries with the most job offers include sales, computer & software, machinery & industry, customer service and administration. Most of the categories have many job offers. There are more than 30 000 job offers on the site.
Reactivity: To ask a question as a recruiter, you need to provide your company name and VAT number (a fake one works too).
Special features: The app; the deleted jobs; jobs alerts; the articles (contributed by the users on a variety of topics); the number of article views; links to Komo (for cars and second-hand items); user testimonials; the board (for recommended jobs); the font and screen settings (including the colour scheme, the font and more); the jobs of the week; the comment ‘the jobs on this site are for men and women’; ‘only at JobMaster’ stamp; the translation centre on the jobseeker dashboard.
Verdict: JobMaster might not be the most attractive job board out there, but it gets the job done. Clearly, the Israelis are happy with the way it works, or It wouldn’t have such a high visibility.
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