Jobs4Medical expands portfolio of recruitment agencies
Niche jobsboard provides access to thousands of highly qualified professionals including Pharmacists and Social Workers for NHS and private healthcare vacancies
Jobs4Medical.co.uk, a leading specialist online recruitment service for the medical profession, has announced new partnerships with several dedicated medical recruitment agencies. Jobs4Medical has been selected to ensure the most targeted professionals gain visibility of the agencies medical vacancies. As a result, hundreds of additional NHS and private medical sector vacancies, including Doctors, Pharmacists and Social Workers, have been posted on Jobs4Medicals niche website.
Over 150,000 unique users visit Jobs4Medical every month, making it a first point of call for a variety of medical professionals. In addition to existing agencies, new recruitment agencies can post healthcare vacancies onto the Jobs4Medical website directly, which will ensure they are targeted at thousands of highly-qualified candidates. The newly signed recruitment agencies already have a total of over 13,500 positions posted onto Jobs4Medical and as part of the contracts, new posts can be added automatically on a daily basis. In addition, Jobs4Medical provides the recruiters with an in-house filtering process, which ensures they only receive candidates that meet the criteria of the job brief - significantly saving time.
Vicky Scott, Operations Manager at Jobs4Medical, said: "Recruiters across the UK are looking to implement the most cost-effective and targeted recruitment strategies at the moment. The fact that more and more agencies are choosing us to help them find the ideal professional is a real testament to the quality of the candidates that we reach out to and the speed at which we can put suitable candidates forward. By partnering with medical recruitment agencies, we are able to work together to ensure both NHS and private healthcare providers are employing the highest quality professionals. Some sectors of the recruitment industry have been hit particularly hard during the recession, yet fortunately the medical industry didnt suffer to the same extent and we are now experiencing signs of growth."