CEA: Best Corporate Employment Web Site? (#4 of 4)

3 May 2007 at 4:43PM Leave a comment

Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC)
CSC’s CareerSource site got an Honorable Mention in the 2007 Creative Excellence Awards. Their career page is an in-house effort built in using the Lotus Domino® architecture. Perhaps because they use in-site tools, CareerSource runs fast.

Full disclosure: CSC Intellicom was a client of mine back in my headhunter days in the early 1990’s.

SITE DETAILS
+ Direct Link on Front Page? Yes
+ Using http://www.csc.jobs domain? Not really – csc.jobs redirects to csc.com
+ Present benefits information? Yes
+ Present Company Culture Information? Yes, in a Life @ CSC section.
+ Present Job Preview Information? No
+ Response sent to applicant? Yes

JOB POSTINGS:
+ ATS Engine: CSC built it in house
+ Postings Dated? Yes
+ Show Specific Work Site? No. City locations only
+ Show Explicit Travel Amount? No. Application asks candidates to state how much travel they want.
+ Show Salary Information? No. Application asks candidates to state salary info.
+ Consistent posting formats? Yes, but… (see below)
+ Steps to apply: 1 screen

IMPRESSIONS, THOUGHTS AND WHINING:
+ OVERALL: Very good effort for a home-grown system. I’ll take CSC’s application over Taleo anytime. Since this is an in-house project, they can do some tweaking to make it better.
+ GOOD: Can click a link to see all jobs posted in the last 24 hours – a nice feature.
+ GOOD: can browse by location, browse by function/title or do a search.
+ BAD: Job postings have some of the largest paragraphs known to mankind.
+ BAD: “CareerSource is CSC’s virtual recruiting site” misuses the word virtual. They mean “Internet recruiting site”. Or maybe they mean virtuous.

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