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ClickJobs appoints Jose Felix as Senior VP-Sales

11-May-2007
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ClickJobs appoints Jose Felix as Senior VP-Sales

ClickJobs.com has appointed Jose Felix as Senior Vice President-Sales. He is responsible for sales at the national level and has already set up six branches across the country to support the recruitment needs of corporate clients and search firms.

A first generation manager of online recruitment, Felix has over eight years of work experience in Internet-based business models. Prior to ClickJobs.com, he has worked with Naukri.com. He handled the responsibility of setting up and managing small branches in the South and West, and was also a Business Manager for the Middle East. He was also a part of the core team in Naukri.com. He has also worked for Mawaride.com and has international experience in online recruitment. He has spent two years each in Indiamarkets.com and UTV.

Making the announcement, Michael M Bala, Business Head, ClickJobs, said, “We are delighted to have Jose Felix join as the new Senior Vice President-Sales and look forward to propelling our Sales success to even greater heights under his leadership.”

Felix added, “I am very excited to be a part of this dynamic group and strive for the accomplishment of the vision, mission and values of the company.”

Jose Felix is a Post Graduate in Management from the SNMV School of Business, and a gold medallist in Philosophy from Calicut University.

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