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Ransomes Jacobsen Continues Support for Eurogolfjobs.com

12.40am 27th May 2010 - Sponsorship - This story was updated on Tuesday, June 8th, 2010

Following a successful first year in bringing together employers and those seeking employment in the European golf sector, Eurogolfjobs.com has received a further year’s support from Ransomes Jacobsen.

Eurogolfjobs.com, the brainchild of Alan Lindsay, has been designed to provide individuals seeking jobs and employers looking to hire staff, with a resource that is easily accessible and user-friendly.

“I’ve been a golf professional and greenkeeper for over 20 years, working across Europe and through conversations with numerous contacts it was apparent that limited sources existed for employers who wished to recruit staff in a cost-efficient and beneficial manner,” he said.

The web site (www.eurogolfjobs.com) is a one-stop shop for all golf job seekers and providers, with four main employment areas within the site for golf professionals, greenkeeping staff, sales and marketing personnel and clubhouse related jobs. It has the facility to create and upload a CV providing visibility and exposure to potential employers.

Scott Forrest, Ransomes Jacobsen’s International Business Manager said, “As a major manufacturer of course maintenance equipment to the golf sector, we are delighted to extend our support to Alan for this initiative. We congratulate him on his first year in business and wish him every success in the future.”

Ransomes Jacobsen www.ransomesjacobsen.com

       

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