gdb members - LoveLocalJobs.com launches refreshed website!
Published: 06 Nov 2019
LoveLocalJobs.com has launched a new-look website to celebrate the 9th birthday of Sussex’s Award-winning jobs board. Following feedback from local businesses and job seekers, the new and improved jobs board has a fresh look and enhanced navigation.
Since 2010 LoveLocalJobs.com has grown from a single website for the Brighton and Hove job market to a regional jobs board which supports employers and jobseekers across the South East. The platform has been developed by Madgex, the world’s leading provider of job board software, which powers many of the biggest recruitment sites such as Telegraph Jobs, The Washington Post Jobs and Guardian Jobs.
October also saw the first anniversary of the LoveLocalJobs Foundation which was launched by Harry Redknapp in 2018. The new website showcases Foundation programmes such as Take the Leap - an outdoor employability adventure programme, Dare to Dream - an inspirational programme challenging young people to change the way they think and Be the Change which was set up in partnership with Graham Moore of humanutopia back in 2014.
LoveLocalJobs.com, who won Responsible Business of the Year at the 2019 Gatwick Diamond Business Awards, has an average monthly audience of 60,000 local people. The jobs board promotes a wide variety of opportunities at all levels – working with an array of the region’s best employers such as American Express, Sussex Community NHS Trust and Brandwatch.
Gary, LoveLocalJobs.com Founder said, “The last decade has seen an incredible change in the way both job seekers find jobs and the way employers recruit. After all this time we’re proud to still be considered Sussex’s leading job board and were excited to introduce the new updates to ensure our clients benefit from the latest technologies. As the market continues to develop at a rapid pace, we want to ensure our users are given all the up to date tools to make sure their search is as straightforward, effective and successful as possible.”