and have both announced partnerships with government portal

The tie-up means 1,000 local authority jobs to join the 3,000 already live on  while offering Scotland’s local authority jobs portal a share of’s 143,000 monthly visitors.

Nick Goldstein, sales manager for in Scotland, said: “The increase in jobs this agreement brings cements’s position as the market-leading Web site with the widest choice and biggest reach for vacancies advertised in Scotland.”

It seems that won’t be having it all its own way though, with the news that is also partnering with MyJobScotland.  Michael Johnston, divisional managing director of Johnston Press Scotland commented: “Having recently launched a new pan-Scottish job site,, we are particularly pleased to be bringing such a wealth of job opportunities to all the communities across Scotland that we serve both online and through our 47 local and national Scottish newspapers reaching from Berwick on Tweed and Newton Stewart in the south to Peterhead and Stornoway in the north, and all points in between.” now claims to be “Scotland’s leading national newspaper Web site.”