AccountingWEB announces partnership with career search firm AccountingJobsToday
AccountingWEB, the online news and information resource for members of the accounting profession, is pleased to announce the launch of a new partnership with employer/employee search service, AccountingJobsToday. The joint arrangement will provide career resources to AccountingWEB members. Job seekers can post their confidential and anonymous resumes and employers can post current job openings. Featured jobs are listed on the site and will also be highlighted in our weekly e-newsletters.
From any AccountingWEB page, you can click the Find Employees/Jobs link on the left side of the screen and you will go to the AccountingJobsToday area of AccountingWEB. There, employers are able to post jobs on the AJT Job Board and explore the database of resumes. Other tools for employers include sample job descriptions and access to background checking tools.
People looking for jobs are able to post a resume anonymously, explore currently listed jobs, set up personal job alerts, and take advantage of job search skills including cover letter tips.
There is no charge to employees for posting resumes or using the resources available on the AJT/AWEB site. Employers are able to browse resumes, and they pay a fee only when they want contact information for the person who submitted the resume. Employers also pay a fee to list their job on the list of Featured Accounting Jobs.
"We're truly excited to offer this new feature to our members," said Rob Nance, publisher of AccountingWEB.com. By providing this job search service to our readers, we offer more tools and resources for members of the accounting profession, including those who have the capacity to hire and those who are looking for new jobs."
For more information go to AccountingWEB.com and click the Find Employees/Jobs link today.
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