Food manufacturing job searches easier with new FoodManJobs

By Mike Stones

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The new-look FoodManJobs makes job hunting easier
The new-look FoodManJobs makes job hunting easier

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Searching for your next career move in British food and drink manufacturing became easier this week with the launch of the new-look FoodManJobs.

The redesigned website is easier to use and allows job seekers access to hundreds of food and drink manufacturing jobs via their desktop, tablet or smartphone.

FoodManJobs commercial director recruitment Zoe Cooper told “The updated site​ includes changes to navigation that are aimed at creating a more user-friendly job-seeking experience, together with an optimised mobile job search facility.

‘More user-friendly job-seeking’

“We’ve also improved the structure of all of our content, so you’ll get more out of a quick browse through our jobs. There has been a whole host of other smaller but impactful changes implemented to make the experience of the FoodManJobs site that much better for both jobseeker and recruiter going into 2018 and beyond.”

Wealth of industry roles

Job seekers can hunt for a wealth of industry roles​ in a wide range of categories including engineering, health and safety, operations and logistics. Searches are also possible defined by geographical sector.

Meanwhile, a recent innovation includes a free CV review service​.

So, why not make 2018 the year you kick-start your food and drink manufacturing career? There’s no better start than checking all the latest opportunities on our new-look website​.

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