By Technology Times Staff Reporter
Lagos. November 5, 2012: Jobberman.com has announced the launch of the Google chrome extension plugged in to ease to access jobs in Nigeria and beyond without having to go to the job search website itself.
Announcing this, the frontline job search site says that, “in a world that is fast paced, the search for jobs online can be quite cumbersome. Jobberman has launched this as an extension of the job portal. The extension works every time the Google chrome is opened and surfing, taking place.”
With a clear mark at making a difference and cutting through the haze of job search, career placement and job listing, Jobberman says the feature is to enhance user experience.
Prior to this, the website had made the list of jobs and career choices available as Apps on several smart phones including Nokia and Blackberry, thereby making the job search website available at people’s finger tips.
This extension on the Google chrome takes it to a whole new level, as the listing of jobs in Nigeria can be seen and accessed right on the search bar of the Google Chrome, the company said in a statement.
To improve user experience on its site, Jobberman says the new chrome extension shows on the top right hand of the browser’s search or bookmark bar; provides a list of the latest jobs posted with the title of the job vacancy and exact date and time it was posted.
The extension also features notification on the icon that comes in a numeric value, showing the number of fresh job updates since it was last viewed; clicking on any of the job update links directly to the respective job on jobberman.com.
Known for giving users exactly what their customers need, Jobberman says that as an organization it, “has established the fact that the internet and indeed I.T. in general can be used to add tremendous value to people, by making career information easy to access.”
In a recent launch of the GAPS Academy, which was established in conjunction with Dymore Vision, the co-founders drove home the point that they are rooting for solutions of all career and job related issues as education in Africa is being reworked in a new way.
Opeyemi Awoyemi, Senior Vice-President and Products Manager, Jobberman, commenting on the Jobberman Chrome extension says “our focus is on creating what is needed to make life easy for our present and prospective users. This simplicity is our guiding principle and we are glad to be able to bring something of value.”