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Leading oil and gas jobsites online investment heralds a period of major expansion

Leading oil and gas jobsite’s online investment heralds a period of major expansion

Industry jobsite Oil and Gas Job Search launches a major revamp of its online capabilities this week.

The company, whose web design and build team have been planning and implementing the overhaul for the past year, believes the enhanced user experience will attract substantial numbers of new high calibre oil and gas professionals leading to more contracts with high profile recruiters.

John Roberts Marketing Director at Oil and Gas Job Search comments: “Currently the user base has been growing by more than 10,000 a month, a figure we hope to comfortably double within 6 months with the upgrades.” 

“The website improvements will also help develop our presence further in key markets such as Australia, the Middle and Far East.  We opened a new office this year in Western Australia and are looking to the United Arab Emirates next.”

The upgraded site incorporates a new intuitive user interface making it quicker and easier to search opportunities, faster pre-filtered CV search for recruiters and more refined and relevant job data for those subscribing to content via e-mail. 

John Roberts comments further: “We have devoted some 5000 man hours on improvements to the website.  We believe the investment will repay itself many times over.”

Duncan Freer Managing Director of Oil and Gas Job Search concludes: “The return to health for much of the global oil and gas industry makes sourcing highly skilled and experienced professionals that much more competitive.  Moreover, industry jobsites have to continually prove to clients that they are able to attract the best.

It means no one can stand still if they are to prosper in a demanding but rewarding industry. 

This revamp is part of an on-going process of continual self-analysis, investment and improvements to ensure Oil and Gas Job Search remain competitive.”


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