Leverage the Best Career Sites With Avature

Edit your career site on-the-fly and create a standout candidate experience with Avature's easy-to-use design tools.

Average cut in recruiting costs when candidates are hired directly through career sites. Source: Strategies, 2020

Faster than using traditional hiring methods and outsourcing. Source: Strategies, 2020

Of candidates visit your company website before they apply for a job. Source: LinkedIn Talent Trends Report, 2019

Of candidates believe they can tell what it will be like to work for a company just by looking at its career site. Source: Smallbizgenius, 2019

Transform Your Career Site Experience 

Your career site is a candidate’s first port-of-call to explore your employer brand and future job opportunities. Build a site that drives conversion with Avature career site design capabilities. Don’t miss out on top talent, even if you have a legacy ATS. Avature will build you a fully-branded, mobile-optimized and customized site based on your branding goals that you can update on-the-go. Transform how you attract top talent:

Personalize candidate touchpoints: Create a talent hub that candidates can log into to see their application status, tailored employer content and new role suggestions.
Keep your content fresh with CMS capabilities: Update your career site with easy-to-use design tools to share your latest employer brand media, including photos and videos.
Leverage career websites with global reach: Offer a seamless candidate experience in any language.
Showcase results: Visualize progress with career site dashboards and generate data reports for all stakeholders in a click.
Data normalization and consolidation: Ensure a consistent candidate experience across all job applications by making every one of your ATSs speak the same language.

Customer Stories

L'Oréal

L’Oréal wanted to help potential applicants find the right role through a personalized experience. They adopted Avature’s smart tool that suggests relevant jobs as candidates type in the search bar, as well as making recommendations based on browsing history. Those that have registered or applied previously can review their personal data, application history and status, and get tips for upcoming interviews in their Application Space.

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KPMG

KPMG built a content-rich career site with Avature, as part of their strategy to create an effective technology-enabled user experience. It includes a pop up menu and interactive map to help job seekers find their next role, practice areas and multimedia content of life at KPMG. It played a key role in the organization winning a CandE four years in a row!

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Epic

Epic competes with the likes of Facebook and Google for IT talent so they wanted to up its recruitment marketing game. It created four different talent pools to better engage candidates with the right content. Application rates went up by 20 percent and over 40 percent of hires in a single year came from its career site landing pages.

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Nike

Nike uses Avature’s career site to show its commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion and how it incorporates D&I into careers and company culture. The microsite includes their mission statement, videos with famous sportswomen, LGBT, religious and racial minority athletes and a list of employee resource groups related to D&I.

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Avanade

Not only does the Avanade career site make job recommendations and allow candidates to save open positions to explore later, but users can select their language of choice from over 20 options to create a truly localized experience.

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L'Oréal

L’Oréal wanted to help potential applicants find the right role through a personalized experience. They adopted Avature’s smart tool that suggests relevant jobs as candidates type in the search bar, as well as making recommendations based on browsing history. Those that have registered or applied previously can review their personal data, application history and status, and get tips for upcoming interviews in their Application Space.

See Site Live

KPMG

KPMG built a content-rich career site with Avature, as part of their strategy to create an effective technology-enabled user experience. It includes a pop up menu and interactive map to help job seekers find their next role, practice areas and multimedia content of life at KPMG. It played a key role in the organization winning a CandE four years in a row!

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Epic

Epic competes with the likes of Facebook and Google for IT talent so they wanted to up its recruitment marketing game. It created four different talent pools to better engage candidates with the right content. Application rates went up by 20 percent and over 40 percent of hires in a single year came from its career site landing pages.

See It For Yourself

Nike

Nike uses Avature’s career site to show its commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion and how it incorporates D&I into careers and company culture. The microsite includes their mission statement, videos with famous sportswomen, LGBT, religious and racial minority athletes and a list of employee resource groups related to D&I.

Visit Their Site

Avanade

Not only does the Avanade career site make job recommendations and allow candidates to save open positions to explore later, but users can select their language of choice from over 20 options to create a truly localized experience.

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“Our Cisco Careers portal allows us to deliver a fully-branded, search engine and mobile-optimized experience for candidates, while also meeting Cisco’s data security and compliance requirements.”

Jeremy Bloom
Talent Acquisition Operations Manager, Systems & Technology