The Jobfeed portal

  1. Search criteriaA
    In Jobfeed you can easily search the online job ads by criteria such as job title, profession (jobs, synonyms and related professions), place + radius, organisation and website.
  2. Advanced filtersB
    Using job parsing, Jobfeed obtains relevant information from jobs and classifies it by criteria. It is then subdivided into categories, so that you can easily apply filters. Filters are available for fields such as educational level, company size and sector.
  3. Jobs of intermediariesC
    Jobfeed draws a distinction between jobs of intermediaries and jobs of direct employers. You can filter these in the portal.
  4. Period or date rangeD
    You can specify the period during which you wish to search for vacancies. For example in the last eight weeks, or within a specific date range.

Search profiles and e-mail alerts

  1. Save your searchA
    You can save your Jobfeed search so that you can easily use it again later. The saved search can be found under the 'Search profiles' tab.
  2. Set up e-mail alertsB
    Under the search profiles tab you can see a list of all your saved searches. You can stay informed automatically of new jobs which match your searches by setting up e-mail alerts. You enter your e-mail address and the frequency with which you wish to receive these e-mails. In that way you will always stay up to date with the job vacancies relevant to you.

Jobfeed Analytics

  1. Analytics tabA
    Jobfeed Analytics users have an additional tab: Analytics. Under this tab you can produce customised reports on the job market.
  2. Produce reportsB
    Jobfeed Analytics gives you the data you need to analyse the jobs in your search. All fields available in Jobfeed can be arranged for comparison. You can even break down your rows or columns further by adding another field. In this way you will gain an insight into the job market of relevance to you.
  3. Exporting reportsC
    When you have produced the desired report, you can save it for a future occasion and/or export it to Excel. You can analyse the data further in Excel.

Excel self-service

  1. Your own Excel self-serviceA
    In Jobfeed you can easily produce templates to receive lists of Jobs in Excel.
  2. Specify fieldsB
    Here you specify the fields to be included in the Excel sheet. These could include job title, contact details, educational level, region, etc.
  3. Specify field orderC
    You can easily drag and drop to put fields in the right order. You can even distribute data across different tabs.
  4. Save and send automaticallyD
    You can save each report. When saving, you can specify how often and whether you wish to send the reports by e-mail. You can specify multiple e-mail addresses.