TBI has today launched TBIVision Jobs, a comprehensive new jobs website for the international media industry.
Covering production, distribution and related areas within the TV industry, the site went live today. At launch there are several hundreds of jobs on the site and the depth and range of vacancies will grow rapidly in coming weeks.
The industry-focused site, tbivisionjobs.com, allows job seekers to upload CVs and look for specific roles using detailed search terms.
Recruiters can sign up to different packages to identify the best candidates.
The site was developed and launched by Push Studios and is run as a joint venture between the UK-based digital agency and TBI.
“TBI reaches thousands of media professionals globally each and every day. Those people are actively reading and researching broadcasting and media related news to further themselves in their chosen field. Therefore it was a natural, organic progression for us to offer them the ultimate Jobs Board service, which they could turn to and rely on when traversing their career path. TBIVision Jobs aims to deliver just that each and every day,” said Push’s Scott Smith.
“The TV industry is among the most dynamic there is and people are always interested in surveying potential opportunities,” said TBI editorial director Stewart Clarke. “As the site grows it will become the place to go to look for jobs in the TV and related sectors, offering recruiters and candidates an unrivalled, focused destination to highlight and browse the latest vacancies.”
To access the site, click here.
If you are a recruiter and interested taking advantage of our introductory deals to place a job at ad on TBIVison Jobs please contact Jordan Bailey on +44 (0) 207 202 4804 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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