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September saw monthly visits rise to 15,000 – a significant traffic figure for any niche board, let alone one that is only 3 months old. The last weeks have also seen the site achieve page 1 ranking on Google for all the site’s target search terms like “IT consulting jobs” and “IT consultant jobs”, meaning that further readership growth is expected in the coming months.

Just as important as attracting candidates, though, is the challenge of maintaining an appealing list of vacancies for those IT consultants to choose from. “Our management team are delighted to have secured regular postings from the likes of Accenture, Axon, BearingPoint, Capgemini, Detica, Ernst & Young, IBM, SAIC and Tata Consultancy Services. Seeing quality brands like these on the site is a major reason for candidates to bookmark the site and return to it time and time again – or indeed recommend it to friends and colleagues” commented Director Tony Restell.

A recent poll of the site’s users has highlighted that the internet is now a credible means of attracting not just junior staff but also the decision makers within these IT firms. Of TopITconsultant’s readership, the seniority breakdown is notably strong at the more senior levels of an IT organisation:

Junior Consultant – 16%
Senior Consultant – 25%
Manager – 25%
Principal – 23%
Partner – 10%

The poll findings, collected at the time of the annual salary survey, also demonstrate the specialisms of candidates being attracted to the IT consulting industry, with IT project / programme management the most represented group of consultants:

IT project / programme management – 37.1%
ERP consultant – 18.1%
IT strategy – 14.0%
Architect (Enterprise / Infrastructure / Technical) – 11.9%
Technical consultant – 8.7%
Systems analyst – 3.9%
Software developer / programmer – 3.4%
IT security – 2.1%
Database administrator – 0.5%
Web developer – 0.5%

Recruiters wishing to try out the site may do so via a £99 trial rate for a monthly job posting. Full details can be found at the TopITconsultant site.
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