The partnership with Jota Sport will include car and team branding, TV exposure and integrated opportunities for events and online interaction, raising the brand awareness of Technojobs and their credibility in the market as the place to go for IT jobs.
The first race will be on home ground at the UK’s most prestigious circuit – Silverstone, in April. The full season however will take the team to several of the best known tracks around the world as they enter their Nissan-Zytek LMP2 car to not only the European Le Mans Series but also the Le Mans 24 hours event and the FIA world endurance series.
Anthony Sherick, Director of Technojobs feels there is a strong synergy between the IT and motorsport industries: “The demographics of motorsport enthusiasts matches our target market – offering us the chance to put our brand in front of key potential candidates.”
2013 also brings a new addition to the Jota Sport team in the form of Oliver Turvey – an exciting new talent who will take the second drivers’ seat alongside his current role as test driver for the Vodafone McLaren Mercedes F1 team.
Sam Hignett, Jota Group Managing Director says of the partnership: "We are delighted to continue our partnership with Technojobs this year. There is a great fit between the two companies, with both existing in fast-paced competitive environments at the forefront of technology. Technojobs is a strong and fast growing brand, just like Jota Sport. It will be great to have their support throughout the year as we compete in the European Le Mans Series, selected World Endurance Championship rounds and the race of the season, Le Mans 24 Hours.”
Technojobs is a leading IT and Technical jobsite offering candidates access to over 20,000 live jobs.
Technojobs is an award winning website, with over 23,000 new jobs advertised monthly. Online since 1999, Technojobs have 14 years experience in IT recruitment serving the IT, Electronics, Engineering, Telecoms sectors. Technojobs currently has over 300,000 registered candidates and works with many top agencies and blue chip corporates including Apple, O2, T-mobile, The Royal Household, HMRC and Accenture.