Press Release - Jobping launches niche job website listing Microsoft skilled vacancies
Sydney, Australia - April 22, 2010** - **Last week, Jobping, a new job posting web site aimed specifically at job seekers and employers who work with Microsoft technologies, was released into public beta.
Jobping currently focuses on the Australian market and aims to bring a better quality of candidate to a posted vacancy via a niche, industry targeted approach.
The site is unique, user friendly and streamlined when compared to the larger job post boards. For instance, publishing is done in a couple of clicks and the job is instantly broadcast through Twitter, Facebook and job indexing sites such as Indeed and CareerJet. Recruiters are also able to add their company Twitter feed to a job post in order to cross sell other vacancies all in one place.
From a job seeker point of view Jobping searching works just like today’s search engines with specific job filtering options. Job seekers also benefit by being kept up to date in a variety of ways including through Rss, Internet Explorer Web Slice, Twitter or Facebook. Similarly, job seekers are able to apply for a position using their LinkedIn profile, saving time and eliminating the need to keep two separate resumes up to date and they may optionally attach a traditional pdf or word resume.
More features and functions based on user feedback and requirements will be implemented quickly as Jobping takes an organic and user oriented approach to product development.
Jobping will remain free during the beta period which will continue for 3-6 months. Advertisers utilising the site during the beta period will be rewarded through special discounts once the pricing structure is introduced.
Visit us on www.jobping.com !
The team behind Jobping is:
- Mark Kemper - Microsoft Certified Professional Developer .Net Framework 2.0 Enterprise Applications Developer.
- Ally Colqhoun - Graphical designer front end developer.
- Mathieu Kempé - Former Visual C# Microsoft MVP (2004-2006).
- Laurent Kempé - ASP.NET Microsoft MVP since 2001.