Keljob is a leading French generalist jobboard offering job ads and training offers for any sector anywhere in France.
Reach any candidate, whatever their sector or level of study.
Keljob is available on PC, tablet, and smartphone
Jobboard Finder’s opinion
Summary: Fabrice Robert and Carlos Goncalves, the same people that later brought us JobInTree and JeMePropose, started their career in job boards working on the national job board, Keljob. It was actually founded by Cyril Janin in 2000 though and has since many changes in management. Now it belongs to the Figaro Group (a multimedia giant in France) Regardless, Keljob has remained popular with 1.31 million views per month. They also have 18 700 followers on Twitter and 80 032 on Facebook. We aren’t surprised really: the website has a modern design, an easy application process (if you aren’t redirected to the company or recruiter website) and many job offers. “Que demande le peuple?” as the French say. Furthermore, you benefit from their association with other job boards like www.emploi.com, www.cooptin.com, www.webcible.com and www.public-rh.com, meaning you access the best CVs out there.
Design: The green and black colour scheme makes the job board feel particularly trendy. On their homepage, recruiting companies are featured, followed by some ways a jobseeker can speed up his job search. Below that, the number of job offers in the biggest cities are listed with appealing photos of each city. Finally, Keljob also provides information about popular searches (popular regions, popular cities, popular sectors, and popular jobs). There is a clear company listing. The companies have an image and a smaller image of their logo over the top. The company name, the sector and location are visible. If there are current job offers, the number is indicated before you even open the page. Considering they are described as “recruiting companies”, it’s a bit of a shame that a fifth of them are at the moment. The filters (contract, sector, salary, date, distance) remain under the search bar (keywords and location). One more thing: even if the salary isn’t visible, you can still exclude any offer under the amount you are willing to accept.
The job board objective: Keljob (which means “which job”) makes it easier to select the right job for you based on the salary and the city.
Recruiter observations: The pricing information is available on the website and you can also request a call back. When we tried to test the purchases, the link was not working. The CVAden website (which connects the CV databases from a handful of partner job boards) has the same design as the pricing page on Keljob if you choose to go through them.
Jobseeker observations: It’s so easy to create an account and you can apply to job offers with the click of a button. Every time you apply for a job though, you receive an e-mail, which is a bit annoying.
The job offers: There are currently 57 205 job offers on Keljob. The most popular sector searches are distribution, logistics and HR. Services, construction, distribution and social protection have the most job offers, but there is something for everyone.
Reactivity: Still waiting.
Special features: The sad face next to the “logout” button; the salary information (you pick a profession from a not-so-chronological list, and KelJob provides information about how the salary has evolved, which are the best cities, the current job offers and similar professions); the quick application.
Verdict: Keljob is not only easy to use, it’s interesting! The salary information and the wide range of job offers means that the only thing you need to ask yourself quel job you want and apply!
Additional job board information
Newspapers advertising (over 300) ; Sponsorship of recruitment fairs ; Display web/mobile ; Paid Search ; Behavioural advertising ; Direct Marketing ; PR ; Radio
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There is a very low quality of job offers. Keljob is in decline.