Royals announce new partnership with WHATJOBS? for 2020-21

Global job search website signs up as Official Club Partner

United Kingdom, OCT 2, 2020, ZEXPRWIRE, Reading Football Club are delighted to welcome another locally-based business, global job search website WhatJobs (www.uk.whatjobs.com), as an Official Club Partner for the 2020-21 season.

Based in Bracknell, WhatJobs is a global search engine that aims to make the job search process simpler by aggregating thousands of vacancies directly from employers, recruiters and job boards.

Instead of candidates signing up to dozens of different job boards and becoming overwhelmed with emails, WhatJobs allows you to view a much wider range of online vacancies than a traditional career website by using a unique, powerful algorithm to ensure all the roles are verified before being advertised and filtered according to the criteria set by each job-seeker.

As part of this new partnership with the club, WhatJobs will benefit from pitchside advertising at all Reading Football Club home games and a presence across the club’s digital and social media platforms over the course of the current campaign.

WhatJobs Director, Shane McGourty, said: “English football attracts huge domestic and international interest, so it provides a brilliant platform for us to increase awareness of our brand. More importantly, in this unique time of mass job losses due to the coronavirus pandemic, our platform will help tailor local job searches in a simple but comprehensive way to help you, your family or your friends during these difficult times.

“I’m really looking forward to working with Reading Football Club and I hope the association with the Royals will ultimately offer support and help to people, young and old, looking for a new job across a wide range of sectors not only in the Reading area, but in the UK or overseas via our global network.”

Tim Kilpatrick, Head of Sales and Partnerships at Reading Football Club, said: “We’re very pleased to confirm WhatJobs as our latest Official Club Partner.

“WhatJobs are in the middle of an exciting growth period and have been great supporters of Reading Football Club for a number of years. I’m very much looking forward to working with Shane and the team throughout the course of the current season.”

For more information on WhatJobs, please visit their website www.whatjobs.com. Welcome on board!

Media Contacts –

Name – Tim Kilpatrick
E-mail – [email protected]
Phone no – 0207 485998
Company – whatjobs.com
Country – United Kingdom
Address – International House, Nile Street, London, England, N1 7SR

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