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The Jamaican Observer
MIRIAM Jacobs has been appointed business development executive of Caribbeanjobs.com's new office in Trinidad and Tobago. Jacobs will spearhead the online recruitment site company's expansion in that territory and the rest of the eastern Caribbean region. She will have direct responsibility for business development and account management throughout those islands. The new business development executive formerly worked as chief executive officer, marketing consultant and assistant registrar with several companies including CP Marketing of Barbados, Marketing Managers & Associates, University of West Indies (UWI), Trinidad and Tobago Ministry of Education, College of the Bahamas and Kairi Consultants Limited. "Ms Jacobs is a native of Trinidad and Tobago and we are delighted that she is joining our team," the agency said in a press release. "We at Caribbeanjobs.com believe in the people of the Caribbean and are committed to investing in local talents, as well as providing opportunities for sourcing and recruiting jobs across the region," Noeleen Corry, marketing manager of Caribbeanjobs.com was quoted as saying. The company said the new Caribbeanjobs.com office at Maraval Road, Port of Spain, would ensure that job seekers and recruiters in that country and the surrounding areas were on the cutting edge of recruitment. The expansion in Trinidad and the eastern Caribbean islands is part of the US$5 million earmarked by the company for investment in the region. With more than 55,000 visitors to the site each month and hundreds of positions on offer throughout the Caribbean, the company said it was confident that the Trinidad office would augment an even faster growth of the company in the region. "Our investment in the Caribbean will continue at a rapid pace as we roll out our services to additional territories in the region," Miss Corry noted. The goal of Caribbeanjobs.com is to give Caribbean people living in the region and living in the Diaspora, a chance to access jobs in the region. Fionnuala Walsh, the company's sales manager said her organisation was excited about encouraging the movement of labour in the recently established Caribbean Single Market (CSM). Walsh added, "We are generating a great deal of interest and excitement in the Caribbean's employment sector. With just a click of the mouse at anytime, anywhere you have hundreds of jobs at your fingertips". Caribbeanjobs.com, which was launched in the Caribbean seven months ago, is part of the successful Keyland group.
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