Client Challenge

A specialist medical services provider to the UK was looking to fill 50 positions within their team. The HR Manager was searching for a cost-effective candidate attraction solution that would bring in high application numbers of quality candidates from across the country. However, the client did not have any contracts with online job boards and had no means of advertising online without committing to a long-term job advertising contract.

Ntice Approach

Ntice offered the client an online job board advertising solution that covered five regions across the country. The client was not required to enter into a contract with the job board utilised, as Ntice covered this as part of their solution offering.

The job board advertising campaign was geared towards attracting active candidates through online channels. The nationwide campaign was designed to ensure that the client’s job advertisement would always appear on the first page of search results when a candidate searched for the job title online or on search engines, resulting in a significant increase in the number of applications.

The clients’ HR team was then provided with access to view their advert response, so their HR team could engage with candidates directly.

Result

The campaign was a resounding success, resulting in 1,120 applications from across the country and the 53-appointments made in a roughly 6 weeks. By leveraging Ntice’s candidate attraction solution, the client was able to advertise online without contractual commitments and reach a wider audience, ensuring multiple hires for one fixed cost fee.

A specialist medical services provider to the UK was looking to fill 50 positions within their team. The HR Manager was searching for a cost-effective candidate attraction solution that would bring in high application numbers of quality candidates from across the country. However, the client did not have any contracts with online job boards and had no means of advertising online without committing to a long-term job advertising contract.