Autojobs upgrade

BEN fund website now easier and more useful

Published:  25 May, 2012

MOTOR industry charity BEN has announced the integration of Autojobs, its online recruitment service, with Idibu - a job posting system that manages the uploading of vacancies to multiple job boards and website.   With this new system in place recruiters who have an account with Idibu can post an unlimited number of vacancies to BEN in a quick 'one-time' process.

Ray Diggins, a marketing man at the charity said: "We are pleased to announce our partnership with Idibu and see it as adding further value to the services we are providing free to our automotive supporters. BEN Autojobs is simple and easy to use which attests to why some of the industry's biggest names are using the site, and we hope others will take up this opportunity."

The site can be viewed here.

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