The Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF) has welcomed the automotive specific job board InAutomotive.com as the latest addition to its burgeoning network of industry professionals.
The Preston, England, -based specialist recruitment website that employs over 50 people has joined as a Service Member, and in an effort to further support the industry’s employment needs is offering fellow IAAF members 10 percent off all job advertising. Supporting the motor trade for more than 15 years, InAutomotive.com is the UK’s leading job website for automotive professionals who are looking for relevant work opportunities within the automotive industry.
Ian Partington, InAutomotive.com Managing Director, said: “We are delighted to join the ranks of IAAF, a fast-growing hotbed of industry talent and expertise. InAutomotive recognises a great opportunity in joining the IAAF to offer a specialist, extensive and tailored approach by supporting other members.”
Wendy Williamson, IAAF chief executive, said, “I’m delighted to welcome InAutomotive as a Service Member. The automotive industry provides more than 135,000 jobs in Production alone, generating nearly half a million more in the retail and maintenance sectors, and is responsible for an impressive diversity of professions, including MOT testers, technicians and engineers, to name just a few.
“Having InAutomotive onboard means that members who have work opportunities available can benefit from having excellent access to jobseekers with a wide range of backgrounds and specialisations.”
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