Tianfu Recruitment Carnival Uses Mobile Technologies to Serve over 10,000 Job Seekers

Tianfu Software Park hosted the second edition of its Recruitment Carnival, which will also mark the launch of the all-year-round Tianfu Recruitment Activities 2013 (TRA2013).

After launching China’s first carnival-themed large-scale recruitment fair that was greatly embraced by campus jobseekers last year, the organizers now employ new technology to build a tailored “cloud recruitment platform” for jobseekers of the Mobile Internet era. As long as one holds in his hands a mobile phone installed with the TRA software, he or she will be able to quickly and easily find ideal jobs anytime and anywhere.

It was reported that TRA2013 – Campus Tour, will hold 10 large-scale job fairs and 60 large-scale career talks at major colleges and universities in Sichuan Province and provide nearly 6,000 job openings for college graduates in the coming three months.

During this period, more than 100 well-known domestic and foreign enterprises, including Maersk, Symantec, Manulife Financial, Tencent, TCL, Tieto, Richfit, Newegg, ASM Tech, Maipu, GOTECOM and Kingsoft, will be invited together to colleges and universities to meet 2013 college graduates majoring in computer, software, electronics, electrical engineering, micro-electronics, communication engineering, game & animation, art design, English, finance, e-commerce and marketing.

TRA has witnessed the rapid development of Chengdu’s software & information services industries. With the accelerating transfer of the IT industry westward in recent years as well as the rapid rise of the IT industry in Chengdu, TRA has become the most active, largest and most influential recruitment platform for the software and information service industry in China. Every year, the TRA – City Tour held in major Chinese cities as well as the TRA – Campus Tour held in major universities attract nearly 100,000 job seekers. Up to now, TRA has helped nearly 40,000 job seekers to find work at enterprises located in the Chengdu Hi-tech Zone.

Look for Jobs with Mobile Phones and Experience Unprecedented Paperless “Cloud Recruitment”

In order to adapt to the habits of the post-90s generation, Tianfu Recruitment Activities (TRA) organizers have launched the iPhone version and Android version of TRA application software, which are available for downloading for free. Jobseekers can login to the TRA official website (www.hr028.com.cn) to download the software and register. Jobseekers with Android phones can also login to AppChina or directly download the software with the two-dimensional code scanning.

After jobseekers successfully installing the software on their mobile phones and registering, they can upload their resumes and browse information about more than 100 companies and their 6,000+ job postings. With fingertips, they can target jobs and don’t need to prepare any paper resumes. Just with a cell phone number, they can go for an interview. The entire process of “login cloud to look for jobs” with cell phones, including installation, registration, information upload and resume delivery, would take you not more than five minutes.

For jobseekers, TRA tries to create an easy, funny atmosphere without the crowded and tense scenes of the campus recruitment fairs. The online TRA will inherit last year’s Carnival-themed style and continue to retain company visits, micro resume walls and other programs. In addition, it will add motion sensor game programs which are welcomed among the post-90s generation, such as “Angry Birds”, “Fruit Ninja” and “Talking Tom Cat”. Protagonists of the popular games will appear at the carnival scene and interact with jobseekers. In the featured recruitment zone for companies, Kingsoft’s game Cosplay Showgirl will debut; world-renowned game maker Gameloft will introduce its latest racing game. Do you want to have such an interview? Compete first!

Chengdu Tianfu Software Park (TSP), located in the southern park of Chengdu Hi-tech Zone, is Asia’s largest professional tech park and one of China’s 10 largest software industry bases. It has a planned construction area of 3.7 million square meters and a developed construction area of more than 1.3 million square meters. Officially opened in 2005, TSP is now the fastest-growing professional software park in China, attracting more than 350 famous domestic and international enterprises, including IBM, SAP, NEC, Cisco, GE, Philips, Dell, NCS, Huawei, Ubisoft, Alibaba, Maersk, Siemens, Ericsson, Tencent, Garmin, Wipro, DHL, PwC and Manulife Financial, 40% of which being foreign-funded enterprises and 32 Fortune Global 500 companies, with a total population of over 40,000 employees. The park has successfully promoted industrial clusters of business software, ITO, digital entertainment, telecommunications and BPO/back office service centers and has become the first choice for leading domestic and international software and service outsourcing enterprises in their China strategic layouts.