Phonemploi.com become to the Careerbuilder group.
Established in 2000, Phonemploi.com meets qualified candidates in the area of customer relationship and call centers with recruitment professionals.
The specialist for jobs in customer care and call centers
Jobboard Finder’s opinion
Summary: The French site Phonemploi belongs to CareerBuilder as one of its niche job boards. This one is for telecommunications jobs. CareerBuilder was founded by Robert J. McGovern in 1995 as NetStart Inc. It sold software to companies so that they could list job offers. Since then, it has branched out around the world and acquired many other sites, like Phonemploi. Unfortunately, they aren’t all as successful as CareerBuilder. Most of the visits to this site have come from Morocco and today, there isn’t much traffic towards Phonemploi at all. On social media, there are no new posts on Twitter for the 740 followers and the other platforms don’t have accounts.
Design: The homepage has a modern design with the search engine (keywords and location) as the focus of the homepage. In the job listing, the filters (company, city, region, domain) appear on the left-hand side and job offers can be sorted by relevance or date. Furthermore, the location, type of contract, logo and publication date are visible in the listing. If the salary is disclosed, it will appear at the top of an open job offers. The featured companies have two sections: one for their job offers and the other for an interview conducted by the Phonemploi team to learn more about the company and the desired candidates.
The job board objective: Phonemploi hopes to attract more candidates for telecommunication jobs.
Recruiter observations: Since Phonemploi belongs to CareerBuilder, see their profile for more recruitment information.
Jobseeker observations: It’s easy to create an account. For a number of offers, you’re redirected to a different page (but the site asks for your e-mail address).
The job offers: there are 68 job offers online. Most of them are full time jobs.
Special features: The career fairs (which lead to an empty page); the advice (not a blog, just articles on specific topics); the news section (no updates since 2009); job alerts.
Verdict: Some links don’t work properly, the logo in the tab shows up as CareerBuilder or nothing at all and a number of pages have an outdated layout. That said, there’s no harm in checking out the jobs for telecommunication work, since they were probably placed through CareerBuilder, which is a more successful site.
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