A fast new way to connect with
the right candidates

jobsDB Talent Search helps you find potential hires easily and efficiently. The number of candidate profiles in our Talent Search database has been growing at the average rate of 8%1 monthly and number of searches made by our hirers has grown 30%2 YOY. 

To know how to attract more candidates for your company, take this quick tour to learn more about Talent Search. Act now or be left behind.

1 jobsDB internal data, Jul 2016
2 jobsDB internal data, Oct 2015 VS Oct 2016

Features you’ll love

Ever-growing database

Expand the reach of
job ads

Advanced search filter

Easily shortlist
relevant candidates

Up-to-date profiles

Improve hiring efficiency with candidate’s latest information

Send job ad invitation

Contact potential
candidates directly

Top 10 job functions of registered candidates: *

Sales,CS & BD
Admin & HR
Accounting
IT
Banking/ Finance
Marketing/ PR
Merchandising & Purchasing
Hospitality/ F&B
Education
Transportation & Logistics

* jobsDB internal data, Jul – Sep 2016

Start Talent Search

For jobsDB’s hirers, simply login to the jobsDB Recruitment Centre and click Send job ad and Buy profile now.

Drive more applications to your vacancies in 3 steps:

  1. Login to the jobsDB Recruitment Centre and go to Talent Search tab
  2. Search candidate profiles by Job Title, Employer Name, Skills or other filters
  3. Reach the potential candidates by clicking Send job ad or Buy profile

If you are a newcomer to Talent Search or interested in converting passive candidates, please join our workshop for free. For details, please contact event@jobsdb.com.

Engage candidates

Sending an impressive job invitation

Tips:  
Use a clear and compelling subject line that gets your candidate’s attention.
Briefly outline who you are, what your organization does, and why you are reaching out to them.
Connect with your candidate by referencing key information from their profile.

Calling candidates

On your first exploratory call…


Take the time to explain to the candidate how you were able to contact them. Be upfront about your reasons for reaching out to them.
Ask if the candidate is open to explore a possible career opportunity.
Be interested in listening to what they have to say.
Give an overview of the work and the job’s career prospects.

Sound aggressive or too pushy.
Be too eager to sell your job immediately.
Use generic language in your correspondence. Customize your message for every candidate you communicate with.
Forget to follow-up once you’ve made contact.

Let’s read what our hirers says about the Talent Search: