Roman Prokofiev, Co-Founder of job aggregator Jooble, recently spoke at the RecBuzz conference in Berlin about how programmatic technologies are transforming the job industry into the job tech, allowing a single open position to produce dozens of job ads with different titles and texts that appear and disappear in hours.
In his talk, Roman Prokofiev cited examples of programmatic technology being used to create unique job ads for positions such as “Uber Driver” and “Amazon Warehouse Worker,” with multiple titles emphasizing different benefits for job seekers.
Roman also noted that programmatic technology is being used successfully by organizations like the US Army to advertise 500,000 jobs across the USA. He added that this transformation is also affecting job managers, who are increasingly taking on responsibilities related to managing ad campaigns. Programmatic technology can also be used to personalize candidate experience on job boards, distribute job ads to other career websites, or integrate with corporate websites.
Jooble is an international job search website used daily by millions of people in 69 countries. The company has been operating in the online recruitment market since 2006. Jooble was founded by Ukrainians Roman Prokofiev and Yevhen Sobakaryov. Today, Jooble is among the TOP-10 websites in the world in terms of traffic in the Jobs And Employment segment, according to SimilarWeb.
Jooble’s mission is to help people find work. The company is constantly working to ensure that the employment process is as comfortable and fast as possible for both the applicant and the employer. Every day, Jooble aggregates vacancies with more than 140,000 resources from around the world. Sources include corporate websites, social networks, classifieds, and other resources. Thus, all job offers are available in one place.