The online platform www.jobtic.ch is an independant and generalist job site. Created in 2006 in Lausanne, the company faces a great development and counts around 10 employees today. By working only with dynamic companies, specialized recruitment agencies, and public institutions, Jobtic has always favored quality rather than quantity. With the aim to give maximum visibility to its customers, jobtic.ch is present in all parts of Switzerland and offers jobs in 17 different fields (marketing-media, finance, real-estate, IT, pharmaceutical, health, etc.).
The job site is divided into two areas: one for candidates, where they can upload their CV and apply to open positions, the other for recruiters, where they can publish job offers and manage incoming applications.
Jobboard Finder’s opinion
Summary: Jobtic is a Swiss specialist job board, in the IT and communication sector. This one does not belong to the ictJob group (but the French Jobtic does). Jobtic was founded in Lausanne by Marcel Fustier in 2006. The site belongs to Tamia and if you visit the website, you can see their other sites and solutions. You can also find the company timeline. As for the social media, we have 3 867 followers on LinkedIn and 3 208 on Facebook (no updates since last year). According to EasyCounter, there are 1 920 daily visitors on the site.
Design: The search engine (keywords and location) is featured on the homepage to encourage users to start their job search and the backdrop is of snow-covered mountains. Some of the featured employers are hiring and the articles are interesting (but all are from 2018). In the job listing, you can click either on the company name for the company profile, or the job title for the full job offer. The offers can be sorted by date and by relevance. Unfortunately, there aren’t any additional filters (even if you can choose a profession from a list of keywords or a Canton).
The job board objective: Jobtic (which stands for “information and communication technology” in English), focuses on helping recruiting fill difficult positions in the ICT sector.
Recruiter observations: It’s easy for recruiters to create an account and order job offers from the website. You cannot preview the job offer beforehand though and you need a postcode (but it doesn’t have to be in Switzerland).
Jobseeker observations: To apply to job offers with application forms through the site, you need an account. Otherwise, if you are redirected, you don’t.
The job offers: There are 715 job offers on the site. With few filters, it’s difficult to determine the main sector for the jobs.
Special features: The newsletter; job alerts; the magazine (which is the blog; no new articles since last year); the partner page.
Verdict: If you want a job in the ICT sector in Switzerland, Jobtic knows the industry well. For whatever reason, the blog has been put on standby but the job offers are recent.
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
jobtic.ch is present on several social networks: Facebook and Linkedin. It also runs an online magazine, which is regularly updated with interesting articles to help candidates in their job search.
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