Haven’t got a Kloodle about graduate recruitment?
Finding your perfect graduate job is more competitive than ever and standing out from the crowd has never been more important! Therefore, sending in a two-page summary of your greatest achievements (and your role as head prefect) just isn’t going to cut it anymore. In this digital and dynamic age the old word doc & cover page just makes job seekers look outdated.
A CV is supposed to be a representation of yourself and all that you’re good at; I don’t know about you but I would like to think that I’m more exciting than 2 pages of text. Both employers and candidates need a way to connect. They need to expresses themselves in a vibrant and creative way that reflects the digital era we are in.
In response to these demands an exciting new platform has been born, with an alternative approach to student employability and early careers kloodle.com
Kloodle was founded in 2014 with the aim of revolutionising the way the student/graduate job market works. The team has created a network where students can showcase their talents, achievements and personalities: a place to tell their story, fully and convincingly.
The platform is committed to communication between employers & students, as part of their broader aim to make connecting talent to opportunity easy peasy. Perhaps even more excitingly, the network allows employers to directly approach prospective candidates they feel would suit their roles. From an employer’s point of view, they get to headhunt their perfect candidate in just a few clicks. From a student/graduate’s point of view, imagine being offered a job without even having to apply – I’d definitely be up for that.
Handily the platform also provides a simple CV application by which your online profile is converted into a CV to print, bringing the digital and real worlds seamlessly together.
The Kloodle community is already buzzing with talented young people, dynamic employers such as Arcadia & IBM, and prestigious educational establishments. We’re very excited to be bringing it to the student world this winter, so watch this space!