Ben Autojobs live

Charity lists industry wide jobs on website

Published:  23 January, 2012

AUTOMOTIVE industry charity Ben has launched a free online recruitment advertising service, exclusively for the automotive industry.

Ben Autojobs, is a dedicated section of the charity's main website where recruiters can register and post an unlimited number of vacancies at no charge. It is also free for prospective candidates looking for a job.

The website sees significant traffic from those who are either currently working or have worked in the automotive and associated industries so its audience is hugely relevant to recruiters.

Charity spokesman Ray Diggins said, "As a not-for-profit charity, BEN is pleased to make this service available as a no-cost service. Ben Autojobs is simple and easy to use and already some of the industry's biggest names are using the site."

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