AccorJobs : the Group’s recruitment website gets a facelift!
AccorJobs, designed to recruit outside applicants and present internal mobility offers, has received more than 3.7 million visits in 2010 and is attracting an increasing number of visitors. The momentum is expected to accelerate in 2011 with the modernisation of AccorJobs, now resolutely in tune with new Internet codes.
The transformation is taking place as the website celebrates its tenth anniversary. With more modern graphics, it now gives better visibility to the Group’s brands while presenting numerous testimonials and videos concerning the various Accor professions.
Another new feature: the website can be customised for a certain number of international markets.
Comprehensive information is available on hotel opening by country and by region, for example, together with the trade fairs and Accor recruitment days across the world.
The website has made an effort to save time with a rapid search engine. Applicants can quickly find offers using real-time counters indicating the different opportunities available by profession, country or brand.
The result list presents a summary of all the selected job offers and an advanced search according to a number of additional criteria.
Finally, posting resumes has been facilitated, along with signing up for alerts. An application help heading enables candidates to find out the procedures to follow for applying to Accor.
AccorJobs celebrates its 10th anniversary
With more than 3.7 million visits in 2010, the website presents more than 17,000 offers of jobs and internship per year. Available in 12 languages, in nearly 90 countries, AccorJobs receives more than 250,000 applications each year.
For more than 4,500 recruiters, AccorJobs makes it possible to quickly create job offers, manage all the applications received and recruit candidates.
On the website, applicants can post their resumes, fill out an application form, be directly contacted by Accor recruiters, receive emails concerning the latest offers and track their applications in the applicant area.
Applications can be made either spontaneously or in response to a specific job or internship offer.