jobs.ac.uk, Warwick's global job board for careers in academic, research, science and related professions, has been entered into the National Online Recruitment Awards (NORA) for the ‘Best Specialist Jobsite’ category. Do you think they deserve to win the title? If so, vote now. The closing date for nominations is Wednesday 11 September 2013.
About the NORA Awards
Established in 2001, the awards were created to recognise and reward excellence within online recruitment. You can nominate jobs.ac.uk and find out more about the NORA awards on the NORA website.
Why vote for jobs.ac.uk?
The team at jobs.ac.uk are constantly striving to provide an excellent service to jobseekers and recruiters and over the past 12 months they’ve worked hard to further improve the services on offer.
The jobs.ac.uk website is regularly updated with 1000s of great jobs worldwide from leading employers including universities, research institutions, colleges, charities and commercial organisations. offers free expert careers advice written specifically for academics, researchers and PhDs including help with CVs, application forms and interviews, tips for managing academic careers and information on working overseas.
The jobs.ac.uk website attracted a record 1,385,555 unique browsers in May 2013 (up from 726,627 in 2012) – the highest in its 15 year history.
The company attracts over 7,282 recruiters worldwide and continues to run international marketing campaigns to attract more even more employers to the site so the site can offer more great jobs.
Jobs.ac.uk has improved its mobile app for iPhone to make it even quicker and easier for jobseekers to search and apply for jobs upgraded the platform supporting our site to improve the overall performance for jobseekers.
Make a nomination
If you think jobs.ac.uk deserve to be recognised in the awards, you can nominate them in the ‘Specialist Job Board’ category.