Sales Jobs Presentation
SalesJobs.ie launched in 2003 as Ireland's only online jobs board solely dedicated to Irish sales professionals. It covers sales jobs across all industries & all levels - From Telesales to Sales Director level.
We provide an advertising platform for companies and agencies to target their sales roles to Irish sales job-seekers on SalesJobs.ie with over 25,000 visitors per month. SalesJobs.ie has successfully attracted an Irish Sales Professional audience and is enjoying year on year growth of its sales registered job-seeker members – Last count 30,000+ and growing! It’s 100% free for sales professionals to join.
Jobboard Finder’s opinion
Summary: Created in 2003, Sales Jobs (and Computer Jobs) have been providing Ireland with the best access to jobs through niche job boards. The websites are run by Jobs Online Group IE and have a similar design. Sales Jobs targets sales professionals and focuses on the Irish market. It has a Twitter account with no updates since 2009 and only 185 followers. However, the Linkedin is slightly more promising with 1 773 followers. There is no Facebook, no information on the staff and the visibility is unknown as far as SimilarWeb is concerned.
Design: The colour scheme is dominantly white and blue, with a bull’s eye for the logo. Everything is very clear, from different access buttons (recruiter or jobseeker) at the top of the page, to various categories under the search engine (location, category, keywords) to featured jobs and recruiters (a third of which are not hiring). The website also has a few testimonials on the homepage. The job listing is particularly clear, indicating the job title, the company, salary information, the category and the publication date for each job offer. However, the filters are rather limited (category, location and keywords).
The job board objective: Sales Jobs targets jobseekers looking for work in sales.
Recruiter observations: As a recruiter, you register on the website for a call back.
Jobseeker observations: You must have an Irish address in your CV to register; or at least, that’s what the website says when you register. To apply to job offers, a cover letter is provided and you need to upload a CV. If you do not answer the questions in the application correctly (like, “are you in Ireland?”), your application can be refused.
The job offers: The oldest job offers on the website are only about 2 months old. The most popular sales criteria is “Business2Business” (B2B) with 244 job offers out of 313 in it.
Reactivity: If you create a recruiter account, they contact you very quickly.
Special features: The compliance test; the career advice (no dates on the articles); the job of the week; job hunting tips; the Brightwater salary survey 2018; selling skills; job alerts.
Verdict: Since the visibility is unknown, it’s difficult to estimate how successful Sales Jobs is. What we do know is that the website is easy to use, updated and the team answers quickly. If that’s enough for you, then go for Sales Jobs!
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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