Chad Harrison International (CHI) has launched a brand new website to cater for the international market it supplies to. The executive search and selection company launched the new site this week with new functionalities and an easier to use interface.
The website has been designed with user experience as the principal concept for its international visitors. The easier to use interface allows searching for international vacancies much more user-friendly compared to the previous site. Visitors are able to select from a range of languages which automatically translates every page on the site.
Furthermore, a new look media centre allows CHI to publish its insights, interviews and news stories to the site so visitors can be informed about the latest developments in their industry sectors. Speaking about the new website, CHI Managing Director Luke Robbins-Wells said:
“The site is a medium that we use daily to communicate our brand and expertise to the industrial market sector. We wanted a first-rate international executive search and selection website that would allow candidates to register and apply for jobs with ease. The old site didn’t allow for the best user experience possible, particularly on mobile, which is why it was important to improve this.”
About Chad Harrison International
CHI has offices in the United Kingdom and Germany and is one of the fastest growing executive search and selection companies in the UK. The website is part of a wider strategy to illustrate the company’s size as it continues to grow.
Luke said “In the last few months we’ve signed exclusive agreements with global corporations, SMEs and family-owned companies across Europe, Middle East and North America. For these companies, we have identified, developed and placed candidates into senior positions internationally. A quick search of our vacancies indicates that we are specialists in connecting the best in the international market and we’re pleased to be bringing a better user experience to our candidates and clients.”
Chad Harrison International places senior management and executive level candidates into positions within the built environment, chemical, mining, plastics and packaging.