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New Partnership: IOR and CV-Library

New Partnership: IOR and CV-Library

The Institute of Recruiters (IOR), the not for profit professional body, announces a partnership with the UK’s leading independent job board, CV-Library. This joint venture will allow IOR members to take advantage of the job board’s bespoke service solutions in order to enhance their recruitment campaigns.

Helen Charles-Morgan, IOR Chair, says: “We are delighted to be working with CV-Library. This partnership will allow IOR members to access a fantastic database of CVs and resources. Working with quality innovative partners such as CV-Library is the corner stone of the IOR service offering to its members, ensuring they get access to only the best products and services.”

Both partners have a strong interest in supporting recruitment professionals involved in agency recruitment, corporate (in-house) recruitment and HR. Using an online job board gives recruiters access to a constant supply of UK candidates across a range of sectors.

Lee Biggins, Managing Director of CV-Library, says: “We are very pleased to be working alongside the Institute of Recruiters. Our overall aims are the same and we hope to provide members with a simple solution for all of their recruitment campaigns.

“Our expertise in advertising jobs to targeted audiences and ensuring maximum exposure to clients as well as providing a database of fresh and up to date CVs will hopefully supply IOR members with some real value.”

Hampshire-based CV-Library has seen more internal growth and award recognition in the past year than ever before. Expanding their workforce and relocating to larger offices has also led to new innovations and online tools focussing on client and candidate usability. Their list of domains is constantly increasing and with the recent acquisition of the BritishJobs network and their clients’ vacancies are reaching a highly targeted audience.

View CV-Library’s profile and IOR member offer on the IOR site:


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