OIL AND GAS JOB SEARCH GOES TO THE MOON AND BACK FOR CLIENTS
The sales team for leading international job site oilandgasjobsearch.com has clocked up over half a million air miles in 2012 – the equivalent of going to the moon and back.
The 12-strong team has put the miles in travelling around the world to deliver training, attend industry exhibitions and meet with a growing international client base.
Although oilandgasjobsearch.com is web-based the company has always made a point of going out to meet clients – wherever they are in the world - and getting to know them face to face.
As a result, the UK team have been to Dubai, Canada, Australia and across Europe in the last 12 months to meet with companies using the site to find candidates for jobs.
The company has logged an impressive 40% year on year growth of its candidate database which now stands at over 500,000. The website is extremely busy and regularly logs over 500,000 visits, 4 million page views and has over 15,000 jobs posted monthly.
Developed in–house the site benefits from intelligent, easy-to-use software and the latest hardware which has enabled the company to establish an advantage in the market.
Sales manager Anthony Rose whose job it is to co-ordinate the worldwide travel effort, said: "Our business relies on the very latest computer technology to connect businesses and job seekers globally, but we still believe the power of face to face meetings helps us understand our clients’ needs.
"We're proud of the strength of our relationships with clients and believe going the extra mile for them, quite literally, is the key to success.”
The company has recently launched a new site, miningjobsearch.com, which will take them into the much bigger mining sector for the first time and is already attracting job postings and seekers.
Anthony Rose again: “This will add a new dimension to our travel schedules next year. I can see us hitting the million mile mark as we look to meet with new clients and establish ourselves as the number one job site in the mining industry.”