Bayt and Int@j partner for IT recruitment in Jordan

Bayt to provide recruiting services to Jordan's IT association

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Bayt and Int@j partner for IT recruitment in Jordan The partnership is intended to help with recruitment for the ICT sector in Jordan.
By  Mark Sutton Published  June 17, 2013

Online recruitment specialist Bayt.com and Jordan's national ICT association int@j have joined forces to improve recruitment process for the IT sector in the country.

Member companies of int@j will get special bundle of recruitment solutions from Bayt which will be available through int@j's own website. Specially priced packages will give companies a range of end-to-end recruitment tools, including applicant tracking, questionnaires management, interviewing, and more via the portal.

People looking for jobs in the ICT sector will be able to post their CV's directly to the int@j portal, and also access tools such as the CV builder, managing jobs applications and tracking communications with employers.

Int@j member companies that are defined as start-ups will also get additional discounts from Bayt.

Omar Tahboub, VP of Product at Bayt.com, said: "We are very pleased to be partnering with int@j, one of Jordan's most reputable associations, to address the recruitment needs of Jordan's ICT sector.  Our collaboration with int@j complements our mission by reaching out to more organisations and more job seekers. Bayt.com has been a preferred recruitment solutions provider for many companies in Jordan's ICT sector, and we look forward to serving more companies in the sector through our work with int@j."

"We are glad to have Bayt.com as our partner," said Abed Shamlawi, CEO of int@j. "Our collaboration with Bayt.com will enable us to serve our members more effectively in the recruitment domain which we consider to be one of our top priorities. Our member companies look to us to help them overcome the pressing challenges they face to bring new talent on board."

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