The Rec Bank
UK based The Rec Bank are excited to announce the official launch of their Job Board – TheRecBank.com
The Rec Bank is the first of a kind, a job site built exclusively for the recruitment agency industry and features over 100,000 vacancies by some of the UK’s leading recruiters.
For Job Seekers, the site simplifies job searching by providing a platform to job vacancies exclusive to recruitment agencies in a wide range of sectors and locations.
Along with searching and applying for jobs, candidates can opt in to share their CV with recruiters working in their field. During registration candidates select their preferred industry and The Rec Bank will automatically distribute their CV to recruiters matching their skill set and location, increasing the job seekers chances of finding their next role faster.
This might be a niche that could work in other countries as well. As Indeed pulls away from staffing agencies these firms will need other outlets to promote jobs.Chris Russell
Finding appropriate tech profiles for developer job vacancies can be quite an undertaking. To streamline the process in the Brazilian information technology industry, GeekHunter combines HR and recruitment software to assist companies in locating the most qualified professionals.
Recently, the Brazilian company founded in 2015 by twins Tomás and Celso Ferrari raised R$2 million (over US$500,000) to expand the tech platform. Leading the round was 42K Investments accompanied by the Gávea Angels group, Bossa Nova, as well as Hangar 8.
The new capital injection will go towards improving the hiring process, in addition to increasing the number of registered candidates over the platform. Moving forward, the startup also intends to expand its presence in Southern Brazil. Headquartered in Florianópolis, GeekHunter also operates in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo.
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