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ITCRA announces new Gold Partner

ITCRA announces new Gold Partner

Adds to growing global network

Information Technology Contract and Recruitment Association (ITCRA) has announced its newest partner, US-based job website Indeed.com.

The IT recruiting services company has had a relationship with the jobs website for several months and the feedback has been positive.

ITCRA chief executive, Julie Mills, said the company continues to be excited by new and diverse ways for the industry to be profiled, the market to know what roles are available at every level client, candidate and recruiter.

“These relationships are, for ITCRA, as much about having as much information as possible to affirm the reports we receive from industry, government and ITCRA Members as they are opportunities for the partner to reach a targeted audience and members to have opportunities to review new technologies.”

Indeed senior sales director, Chris McDonald, said the partnership reflected the value the firm places on the importance of the ICT sector across Australia and New Zealand.

“As a Gold Partner we aim to help recruiters and job seekers learn about Indeed so that they can find the right fit for their career or organisation and ensure that more people get hired in the economically vital, ICT sector.”

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