GlobalSportsJobs has established a new partnership with UEFA, the governing body of European football. GlobalSportsJobs will support UEFA in broadening its geographical candidate attraction reach by sourcing a greater quality and diversity of talent, whilst further improving its prominence as an employer through company profiling and targeted promotion.
The partnership stems from GlobalSportsJobs’ vision of inspiring and educating current and future generations of sport professionals through access to opportunities, expertise and an innovative global network, and UEFA’s overarching values of care, openness, excellence and unity. GlobalSportsJobs founder and CEO Will Lloyd said:
We are delighted to partner with UEFA, an organisation held in high esteem globally. This new partnership, combined with the rapid growth of our business, is a clear endorsement not only of our technology and its capability to deliver extensive reach and access to a worldwide audience through our network of affiliate partners, but also of our in-depth understanding of the talent acquisition process in the sports industry and the changing needs of clients as their roles become more demanding, complex and sophisticated.
GlobalSportsJobs is a specialist digital media network that posts jobs, publishes unique content and provides advertising opportunities and a communication channel for the international sports industry. Launched at the beginning of 2011, it provides a cost effective, technology-based solution to help organisations in the international sports industry source the best available talent, and has become the destination portal for a career in sports for job seekers around the globe.
UEFA joins more than 800 sport organisations that have chosen to work with GlobalSportsJobs since it was launched, during which time the company has posted over 6,000 jobs from clients operating in all ten primary sectors of the industry around the world, including Nike, Fox Sports Asia, the NBA, the International Paralympic Committee and the International Cricket Council.