Allow Job Seekers to view your vacancies (and only YOUR vacancies)
in a completely functional "unbranded" Careers web site.
Your Sub-site offers you a complete Careers web site of your own - FREE!.
Other sites may offer this functionality for tens of thousands of dollars per
PositionsVACANT supplies this service included in its already low Job Ad
Use the PositionsVACANT site for placing ads and we do the rest.
The hundreds of hours development time, the weekly maintenance, the backups, the
security, the 24/7 support PLUS the upcoming upgrades, the future enhancements
and the implemented suggestions are all the responsibility of our development
team. They do the work and you receive the benefits.
Allow candidates to visit your Sub-site by typing: www.positionsvacant.com.au/YourName
directly into their browser or add a link from your primary Corporate site.
Even better, frame your Sub-site in your Corporate web site and allow Positions
VACANT to do all the I.T. development work.
Integration into your own corporate web site can be done in minutes.
We will supply the programming code required for you to paste into your web
For those less technical, you can link to your site from your corporate site
For those more technical, we have a multitude of options from simply "linking"
your Home page to your sub-site to "framing" your sub-site on your web site so
your visitors don't actually leave your site to see all your positions. We will
even supply you with instructions.
Once you have set up your own careers Sub-site, PositionsVACANT has made it
possible for you to offer your clients their own fully
functional careers web site.
This is a value-added service that augments your current services and it allows
your company the competitive advantage over others.
Your clients will be able to integrate the Micro-site that you offer them in
minutes. You control the ads and you control the application responses. All you
do is choose the Micro-site that the position will be featured on from the
drop-down list of your unlimited Microsites.