Create World-Class Career Sites that Optimise Recruitment Marketing

iCIMS Attract enables employers to find, engage and drive top talent to compelling career sites optimised for Google and enabled by machine learning. Robust end-to-end analytics and dashboards link marketing investments to recruiting outcomes. You'll engage passive talent, reduce the time-to-fill, and improve candidate-to-employee conversion rates.

Find, Engage, Manage & Measure

Improve your marketing ROI

Don’t throw money at job listings and hope for the best. Instead, use source-to-hire data and analytics that allow you to visualize and track ROI on recruitment marketing and adjust your advertising investments to find the best candidates first.

Attract candidates cost effectively

Bypass third-party job boards and reduce applicant drop off rates by using optimised job postings and machine learning to drive candidates to your career portal directly from their Google search.

Personalise the candidate experience

Engage job seekers and increase applicant volume with dynamically augmented user profiles that provide skill-matched job recommendations. Support diversity recruitment efforts by making it easy for US military service members and veterans to find relevant civilian jobs using their military occupational specialty codes. Deliver landing pages that speak directly to your candidates based on job type, industry, and more.

Make searching for jobs more intuitive

Eliminate missed opportunities and expose more jobs on your career site through user-friendly search and natural language context cues, plus geographic and time zone preferences. All use Google technology for optimization.

Stay on brand

Keep the look and feel of your career site consistent with your organisation’s digital personality. Use customised career sites or content-rich template designs to provide the consumer-like experience your candidates expect.

“iCIMS gives organisations an advantage of having greater insights, a more consistent experience, and improved efficiency when competing for talent.”
– Madeline Laurano, Aptitude Research Partners

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