New OilVoice 'Jobs' Board

Wednesday, September 28, 2011
  • Revamped Jobs board
  • New segregated Twitter feeds
  • Increased value for students and graduates looking to enter the Oil and Gas industry

Following continued improvements across the OilVoice site, the Jobs noticeboard has recently been upgraded and we're pleased to report that it's now seeing more activity than ever before.

Recruiters from across the globe can still post detailed job listings on the free-to-use board but now, for the first time, job-seekers can also upload their CVs for recruiters to browse. Since adding this feature, hundreds of job-seekers have done just that, making it easier for recruiters to find a wealth of suitable candidates for their Oil and Gas industry vacancies.

There are currently around 250 jobs listed and more are being added by the day. The positions are all over the globe, from Russia to South America, and span a wide range of sectors and job types, including Drilling, Geosciences and Senior Management positions.

To tie in with the revamped Jobs board, we have also created a new Twitter feed specifically for job listings, making it easier for candidates to stay fully up-to-date with all the latest positions. The pre-existing OilVoice Twitter account is still as active as ever but this new, separate feed will help job-seekers find exactly what they want from amongst the substantial amount of information offered by the OilVoice site.

The new Jobs board and Twitter feed both highlight one of our overall goals - namely, continuing to increase the value of OilVoice for students and graduates looking to get into the Oil and Gas industry. This is an ever-growing segment amongst our audience and we are striving to provide more relevant content to meet the growing demand. Our University Alliance programme allows companies and individuals to sponsor OilVoice access for a university of their choosing and, with our increased careers and student-orientated content, it is proving more popular than ever, with universities in places such as the UK and Nigeria already benefiting from the programme.


About OilVoice:

OilVoice is your 'one-stop guide' to the upstream Oil and Gas industry: we provide a continually updated source of breaking global news, commentary and analysis, company profiles and job vacancies. With over 2.3 million pageviews in the past year alone, we're already the No 1 Oil and Gas website in UK, though we have a global audience of industry professionals from over 190 countries and territories.

This article is for information and discussion purposes only and does not form a recommendation to invest or otherwise. The value of an investment may fall. The investments referred to in this article may not be suitable for all investors, and if in doubt, an investor should seek advice from a qualified investment adviser. More

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