Sitting on an unused, dormant CareerHub Central employer account?

CareerHub Central - Australia's largest student network of over 1.7 million Australian university students and recent graduates

Not making the most of your grad recruitment efforts by letting your CareerHub Central employer account sit idol?

Could you be a graduate employer working behind the eight ball having initially registered as a CareerHub Central user, yet have never posted any jobs to the university job boards through
It costs nothing to be registered as an employer on CareerHub Central – Australia’s largest student network of over 1.7 million Australian university students and recent graduates. You just pay as you go whenever you wish to post job vacancies on Australia’s 35 university job boards.

We recently posted this blog which may refamiliarise you with the benefits of using CareerHub Central Pointers for getting the most out of CareerHub Central’s job distribution service this grad year.
If you have any questions or if you registered with us in error, please call us on 1300 852 112 so we can deactivate your employer account.

CareerHub Central, created CareerHub, operates as a gateway with each participating university’s CareerHub software to take the hassle out of individually contacting multiple universities about your vacancies. When you register on the CareerHub Central website, the system will distribute your contact details, jobs and profile directly into the CareerHub databases within each participating university. There are over 2.5 million students registered in CareerHub databases in over 35 Australian universities. Students using CareerHub click on over 8 million jobs viewed per year.

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Posted in Australia, CareerHub Central, Employers, Graduate Recruitment, Graduates, Job Distribution

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