With over 100 job boards across Europe, Asia, Latin America and US, 5 sector sites, the Jobsin Network has grown exponentially over the past 9 years. Since its inception, the network has filled a niche sorely missing: a single, easy-to-use online job portal for recruiters looking to fill in positions for which English is the main working language, where only very high calibre professionals are suitably qualified.
Jobboard Finder’s opinion
Summary: JobsinNetwork is a job board aimed at English Speakers looking for work in Europe or recruiters looking to hire English Speakers. It was created in 2007 and it has continued to develop over the last decade. IT has a decent following on three of biggest social media platforms: 2 223 followers on Twitter, 4 805 on LinkedIn and 9 124 on Facebook. The site itself attracts 121 760 visits per month. Only 18% percent of the visits come from the Netherlands, which means that the visitors are from a wide range of countries.
Design: JobsinNetwork is a colourful job board, with an emphasis on language and learning. The top of the homepage include the search engine (keywords) and a banner promoting cultural diversity and English. From the homepage, you’re already in the thick of things, with filters (country, experience, work hours, employment type) on the left-hand side and additional links (to company pages and other job listings by city – not country – or sector) on the right-hand side. The listing displays the publication date and a flag for the respective country. Only featured job offers have logos. Some of the jobs on the site are from ZipRecruiter (but the site doesn’t indicate which ones). Since most job offers lead to different job boards, there’s no set rule for the layout.
The job board objective: JobsinNetwork displays jobs for English speakers in Europe, so it has a specific candidate type for a wide range of industries.
Recruiter observations: Recruiters can order a job offer through the site and they can use different tools (like the outreach one) before investing in any media.
Jobseeker observations: It’s very easy to create an account. If you don’t have one when you apply for a job offer, the site will create one for you automatically when you fill out the form. Most job offers will lead to a different job board directly (before you even apply).
The job offers: There are 2 139 216 job offers online. This means it’s safe to say that all of the categories have hundreds, if not thousands, of job offers.
Reactivity: The team takes a couple of days to answer.
Special features: The English lessons (7-day free trial); French lessons; the Udemy link (to courses); the job board map; the partner links; you can preview your reach (based on your country, the job function and job sector); the list of job boards in the network; the CV evaluation.
Verdict: The JobsinNetwork has job boards across Europe and targets the English speakers to help develop the international aspect of European companies. If you speak English, this is definitely an interesting job site. It’s not about languages in general: you will only find positions for those with English skills. Everyone else can take English (or French) lessons.
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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