How To Use Our Site
Step 1. Click on the Jobs menu at the top of the page and select ‘Search Jobs’
Step 2. Specify your search criteria.
You can search by Keywords and Job Category and (Region or Location) or a combination of all three. The Region will override the location. In addition you can also check or uncheck the Job Types e.g. Full Time, Part Time etc.
Keyword search example:
Service Desk Engineer (Find titles with Service Desk Engineer or any combination of the words Service, or Desk or Engineer.)
“Service Desk Engineer” (Find titles with the word sequence of Service Desk Engineer only.)
Step 3. The results should appear automatically shortly after you select your criteria.
Step 4. Search Results
1. The number of matching records found will be shown just below the filter box.
2. Clicking in the main body of the listing or the heading will take you to the Job Title on the careers website.
3. Clicking on the Manage link will take you to the job listing summary page where you can bookmark the listing.
Clicking on the Linkedin link will take you to the Linkedin page of the company.
4. Click on Add Alert to set up a Job Alert for the search criteria you have selected.
Click on RSS to generate RSS data from your search results.
Click on Reset to reset the filter box settings.
Please Note: The Company Jobs Direct portal is not like a traditional Job board. Many of the job roles displayed are compiled by software algorithms and not human beings. Our algorithms scan the careers websites of over 250,000 organisations and detect job titles and descriptions on the careers web sites of organisations and bring those web links into our vacancy board. Our philosophy is to try and widen the scope of jobs information available to Job Seekers, who are often constrained by anonymous ads on traditional job boards from knowing who the employer is. The information and links in our portal do not constitute job ads or offers from us. Always visit the website link to the employers careers page for the latest job details and information. Our algorithms can sometimes get it wrong.