PracticeAccounting FirmsCIMA in ‘monster’ recruitment drive

CIMA in 'monster' recruitment drive

The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants has launched a major online recruitment initiative for its members and prospective employers in partnership with internet recruitment specialists monster.co.uk.

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The single internet resource tool will be powered by Monster, and will be available to all CIMA-qualified accountants, while companies seeking their services will be able to advertise on the site.

This will speed up the recruitment cycle, making things easier for both job seekers and employers, according to CIMA chief executive officer Charles Tilley.

‘It may be a challenge to get a CIMA qualification, but now it’s much easier to advertise for CIMA-qualified accountants,’ he added.

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