Despite heavy wind and rain the proactive jobs board Gatwick Diamond Jobs turned up to Horsham Cricket Festival to watch Surrey and Sussex last week, with 60 other local employers attending.
The jobs board was set up just five months ago and already has approximately 40 per cent of the market share with 340 jobs currently showing on the site and around 700 unique visitors per day – this is proving a popular site with jobseekers and employers alike.
Gary Peters, founder and managing director of Gatwick Diamond Jobs, said: “The site provides a unique affordable opportunity to promote jobs, training and apprenticeships from public, private and voluntary sectors within Gatwick Diamond.
“There is currently a mix of 60 different businesses regularly publicising their jobs on the site, from entry level through to top tier management positions from within the biggest employers in the area. The site is currently strong in admin, legal, finance, IT, telecoms, media and sales positions.”
Some of the area’s key organisations are backing Gatwick Diamond Jobs, which aims to help jobseekers find more local posts.
These include: Gatwick Airport, British Airways, West Sussex County Council, Heart FM, Central Sussex College, Search, CreativePod and Mayo Wynne Baxter. For more information visit www.gatwickdiamondjobs.com