Eploy, the enterprise cloud E-Recruitment software provider, is delighted to announce the launch of a new careers site for DPD, a leading operator in the UK express parcels sector.
The new careers site is fully mobile responsive, making it easy for candidates to search and apply for jobs on smartphones, tablets and other devices. Underpinning the careers site, Eploy provides DPD with access to its cloud-based Applicant Tracking, Recruitment CRM & Talent Pool Management software.
DPD has nearly 9,300 people – all with the company’s unique DNA – working across the UK, operating more than 3,500 vehicles from over 52 locations. It was important that the new site could effectively manage recruitment across the company. Candidates can now search for jobs using a simple postcode proximity search – with results displayed on an interactive map.
Candidates can also register and apply for jobs, and uniquely the system will suggest jobs based on the candidates preferences, skills and experience.
Using Eploy’s latest generation Candidate Portal technology, candidates now receive a vastly improved experience throughout the recruitment journey. Beyond managing the application process, the new portal enables online offer management and compliance documentation collection.
The careers site is also designed to consistently convey DPD’s new brand identity, to give candidate’s a seamless experience and complete confidence throughout the entire recruitment process.
"We’re delighted with the successful launch of the new DPD careers site’, said Chris Bogh, Eploy’s Chief Technology Officer. “Managing recruitment across 52 locations is never going to be an easy task, so it was important that DPD could trust Eploy to deliver a robust and flexible platform that recruiters and hiring managers could use from anywhere and on any device. This is also true for candidates, who are increasingly using multiple devices – including smartphones and tablets – at different stages of their recruitment journey. Like DPD themselves, the new site really delivers! ”