Happily Hired on Jobbio

Someone’s been busy! We’ve been hearing so many anecdotes of happily hired Jobbio users that we thought it was time to share the love. Here’s some of our favourite success stories, congrats! If you’ve a Happily Hired story to share tweet us with #happilyhiredonjobbio – we’d love to hear from you.

Name: Camille Berthier

Role: Account Coordinator at Houzz

Favourite thing about Jobbio: Easy going platform, very modern and a lot of choices from startup companies! 

Name: Nathalie Laye

Role: Merchandiser at Houzz

Favourite thing about Jobbio: It’s efficient and allows the candidate to have a very good understanding of the role and the company. It also allows the company to really learn about the candidates and find the best fit.


Name: Jonathan Woodhouse

Role:  Venue Expert at Hirespace

Favourite thing about Jobbio:  That it could adapt your CV to fill in an application.

Name: Rose Scanlon

Role: Marketing Co-Ordinator at Norfolk Arms Hotel

Favourite thing about Jobbio: I applied through Jobbio and then was able to have a direct conversation with the potential employer.

Name: Paul Clerkin

Role: Digital Marketing Executive at Neuxpower

Favourite thing about Jobbio: Being able to set up a live Bio.

Name: Emilly Ferreira

Role: Accounts Assistant at HP Corrigan Ltd.

Favourite thing about Jobbio: It was my first time using Jobbio, I did a search and found a perfect match.

I applied and a few days later I got an email for an interview. It was like magic.

Name: Stephanie Barry

Role: Started as a prep chef but I have since been promoted twice and am now Head Chef of the newest Sprout in Dunboyne.

Favourite thing about Jobbio: Very easy to use and it gave me the means to look at so many different companies and evaluate different options.

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Author Aoife Geary

Aoife Geary is the Content Editor at Jobbio specialising in the areas of Workplace Culture, Diversity, Startups and Digital Trends. She's partial to a burrito, a bad pun and living way beyond her means.

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