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Careers City 3.0 is coming… | September 2013

Wow, 9,395 of you have read this.

WeAreTheCity and the Fiddy Design team have been working over the last few months on creating a new and totally revamped version of Careers City.  We are planning on launching the new Careers City next week (hopefully) as we finalise our beta testing now in readiness for our launch (and WeAreTheCity’s 5th Birthday).

We are so excited to be offering you all the following new features!

[gdl_icon type=”icon-user-md” color=”#222″ size=”30px”] CV Portal

Upload your CVs in our secure portal for the opportunity of our approved recruiters, head hunters and partners to search. Let them come to you!

[gdl_icon type=”icon-dashboard” color=”#222″ size=”30px”] My Careers City

Login and setup simple search agents based upon your criteria.  Let us do the hard work for you! We will then notify you of any jobs that meet your criteria but you can also ensure that the jobs you want are there when you log on.

[gdl_icon type=”icon-plus-sign” color=”#222″ size=”30px”] More Jobs

We are increasing our reach and partnerships in order to give you more opportunities.  With diverse companies who are passionate about attracting and developing talent.

[gdl_icon type=”icon-mobile-phone” color=”#222″ size=”30px”] Mobile Friendly

Our new Careers City makes it even easier to browse jobs whilst on the train, tube or at home.  Keeping it simple was key to ensure you got the right information at the right time!

[gdl_icon type=”icon-lock” color=”#222″ size=”30px”] Safe and Secure

Our new hosting platform and secure portal, means that your details will never be shared. If you have already signed up to Careers City, your login details will be sent out shortly.

So if you are interested in seeing our new site or want to join up please click here.






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