Recruiting Looking for Job Applicants? Career Day at ACHEMA
To counter the shortage of skilled personnel: specialised recruitment of engineers, scientists and technicians at ACHEMA 2012.
In times of shortage of skilled personnel companies that depend on specialists have to come up with suitable ideas, in order to attract highly-qualified personnel. Companies looking for highly specialised job applicants in the field of engineering and science, have at the ACHEMA the opportunity to find in a target-oriented way job applicants for their area under thousands of professional visitors. The jobvector career day, which will take place in hall 9.2 at the ACHEMA on 21st June 2012, is an ideal platform for it. This sector-related recruitment event is exclusively aimed at scientists, engineers and technicians.
Recruiting Event With High Awareness
The level of awareness that “jobvector.de” has reached as a specialist job market after over ten years in combination with the experience of over 20 organised jobvector career days, attracts a great deal of highly-qualified personnel in the field of science and engineering to the jobvector career day. Job applicants visit the event, in order to use the direct contact possibilities to HR-managers and to receive exclusive information on career options in the sector. The jobvector career day offers, on the other hand, companies the possibility to increase their level of awareness and strengthen their corporate brand by directly contacting top job-applicants.
For the Third Time At ACHEMA
It is already the third time that jobvector is represented at the ACHEMA and always constitutes an audience magnet with the topic of career. “Over 150 participations of companies and the high number of professional visitors in all jobvector career days show that this concept is well-received by employers and job applicants. By being embedded into the ACHEMA the jobvector career day will offer on June 21st, 2012 an interesting presentation platform in the respective sector,” said Dr. Eva Birkmann, CEO of jobvector.