Niche Recruitment Website Brings On A ‘SurfChange’
Sydney developed website, Surfcareers.com, a niche recruitment website has officially gone live around the globe, and is set to make big waves for job-seekers who have a passion for the sea.
Troy Roennfeldt, the brainchild of the specialised website, developed the site to connect surfers and ocean lovers with all aspects of the surf industry including; IT, retail, fashion, hospitality, tourism and accounting sectors.
Even though Surfcareers.com has only been live for a few days, employers and brands such as Aquabumps, Oakley, Planet Surf and Macaronis Resort in the Mentawai Islands are amongst the brands from around the globe already flocking to the site to upload their latest positions.
Employees are able to browse through a myriad of jobs, create job alerts and online resumes at no charge. For a small fee, employers are able to post jobs, company news and browse through the resumes which are already beginning to flow in via the Surfcareers.com website.
Troy is over the moon with the feedback. “Working takes up such a huge portion of our lives, so if you can combine your passion with your career it makes the working part a whole lot easier,” he stated. “This is why I developed Surfcareers.com. The site is the perfect conduit to get likeminded, surf loving employees and employers connected.”
“I have successfully run employment websites in the IT industry, and have a passion for surfing, so it was only natural that both of these massive elements of my life finally came together in one project.”
Born from a passion for surfing and a gap in the market, Surfcareers.com is set to create big waves in the recruitment and surf industry alike.
Posted by: Troy Roennfeldt, on April 11, 2013
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