Travel Daily Media Group today launches a major new recruitment resource aimed at helping the world’s travel companies identify and hire the best talent.
The new job board, www.traveljobs247.com initially offers an impressive collection of 34,000 travel jobs from leading companies. And this inventory will continue to expand over the coming weeks and months as more travel and hospitality companies add their available positions to the site.
This will make Traveljobs247.com the ultimate resource for travel companies seeking to hire the best industry talent, and for travel industry professionals looking for an exciting new challenge.
Several different options are available for recruiters, and companies wishing to maximise their exposure have the option of becoming “featured clients”. As a special promotion, the first 50 customers can sign up for six months of free unlimited job posts. CLICK HERE to find out more.
And travel professionals can simply register on the site to receive the latest industry jobs, filtered by their specifications, straight to their inbox.
“The global travel industry is growing from strength to strength, allowing companies to expand their operations and enter new markets. But while this is great news for the industry, it does have one side effect: the talent crunch,” said Gary Marshall, managing director & CEO of Travel Daily Media Group.
“Quite simply, the industry is expanding so fast that companies are struggling to find qualified, skilled professionals to join their successful, growing businesses. Our new site, Traveljobs247.com, is the perfect solution to this problem. We can quickly and cost-effectively connect travel recruiters with high-quality candidates, providing a vast pool of talent for new vacancies and even those hard-to-fill positions.
“I am confident that the industry will love Traveljobs247.com and that it will soon become the go-to resource for global travel recruitment,” he added.
Mr Marshall is no stranger to travel recruitment; he previously founded and successfully built-up one the travel industry’s leading recruitment companies, TMS, which had offices in more than five countries.