27/11/2012- Construction planners looking for new work opportunities may find the perfect planner job is easy to come by at CareerStructure.com, one of the biggest online recruitment companies in the UK.
CareerStructure.com offers their members the opportunity to browse and apply for all the latest planner jobs to come on the jobs market. By signing up as a member of the websiteyou’re offered the chance to receive vacancies in the planning world by email or by using the simple search function on the site.
Many companies now recruit solely online and as CareerStructure.com is one of the most well-known recruitment sites in the planning industry, many roles can be found solely on their website, or will appear there first. By being a member, planners can get a head start on the competition which will give them a distinct advantage when applying for a job in planning.
CareerStructure.com offers a simple and effective job search service which enables planners to quickly root out the most suitable vacancies via a filtered search on the site. They are then able to apply for any relevant jobs, with very little effort.
Not only that but CareerStructure.com offers them the ability to upload their CV’s to the site where they can be perused by potential employers who are then able to get in touch with the offer of an interview, or in many cases, a job proposal.
CareerStructure.com is a recruitment website which allows both jobseekers and recruiters to find the perfect match. The company is owned by the Totaljobs Group, who operates no less than 11 online recruitment sites in the UK. They are one of the most successful companies to do so, offering recruitment services for a range of career sectors.
Each month the company attracts more than 255,000 job advertisements and more than 1.6 million applications, making them one of the biggest and most effective online recruitment companies currently operating in the UK.
CareerStructure.com is extremely proud of their service, which has helped thousands of UK jobseekers find new positions in their chosen field.