Silent Professionals Launches
Silent Professionals helps veterans who have combat-related military occupational specialties in multiple ways. The site translates vet resumes into a language that civilian employers can understand. Its job board includes openings across a wide range of security-oriented roles, as well as jobs in logistics, administration and other areas. Registration and access to the entire site are free for military and law enforcement veterans.
Littleton, CO, August 04, 2018 — Avjobs, a global leader in connecting aviation jobs with aviation candidate’s, today announced the release of its newest high-performance web interface. The pioneer of aviation niche job boards launches technical advances that will connect more aviation candidates to more aviation jobs anywhere, and easier than ever before.
2018 marks a pivotal moment in Avjobs, Inc. history as they announce substantial improvements with the launch of its newest web interface and brand experience. Just like its successful launch 30 years ago and every improvement since, this is a significant event for the company, its aviation job board, visitors and clients as they place more job announcements in front of the right audience at the right time delivering more results than ever before.
The release introduces significant updates all created with the user experience in mind. The modern interface caters to both the aviation job seeker and recruiter and delivers the robust and functional online experience users expect. Enhancements include easier targeted job search and application process, fresh content, improved flow, speed and navigation, comprehensive branding for Employers through job postings and Career Mini Sites, enhanced search engine optimization and more eyes on job postings. All enhanced features and functions keep users engaged throughout the process and deliver results. The redesigned site is also mobile friendly giving user’s full access on a mobile device or tablet anywhere, anytime.
Uncubed Launches Expanded University Platform To Help Companies Attract Diverse Tech Applicants
Ahead of the 2018 peak campus recruiting season, Uncubed is announcing new features, and an expanded network, designed to help companies reach top technology students across the US.
“Most companies still rely on a core or target school structure, where they focus most of their resources on 20-30 schools. These tend to be predictable lists, made up of highly ranked and expensive colleges, or where executives graduated from. But this overlooks countless talented students who don’t attend these target schools for any one of a number of reasons, and it dramatically limits the diversity of your applicant pool,” said Brian Shoicket, Uncubed’s Chief Operating Officer and the head of the company’s university program.
Uncubed’s all-digital offering allows companies to access the tech and digital talent in the Uncubed student talent network, without the cost and time investment of additional campus trips.
The Uncubed platform uses engaging video and editorial content to engage students with job opportunities. New candidate relationship management (“CRM”) features deliver a multi-step experience as opposed to the purely transactional nature of the traditional job application process. Newly enhanced analytics deliver invaluable insights into candidate engagement. Further, Uncubed offers a curation service which combines Uncubed’s proprietary technology and the company’s expert service team to deliver the most qualified candidates.
Uncubed’s candidate network now extends to more than 500 colleges, universities, and other educational platforms and attracts students with tech and digital skillsets, including software development, front-end and back-end engineering, data science, digital marketing, and more.
Students are attracted to the Uncubed community due to the access they get to videos, webinars, and other online content that prepares them for technology careers. Uncubed also offers access to jobs at tech startups, corporate innovation labs, and other groups that don’t typically visit a large number of campuses.
CareerChain launches Bizzy as the first open industry standard for sharing career histories that will put applicants a couple of clicks away from their perfect job.
Job seekers today are expected to enter so much repetitive information in job application forms that they give up on good opportunities quickly when it takes too much effort to apply – especially when they search on mobile. Job applicants generally must complete 10 to 20 online application forms before getting hired – having to re-enter work history, education, contact details and skills summaries over and over again. Job seekers soon get demotivated and start skipping over some great jobs that require too much effort to apply.
There was no global standard for applying for jobs to make all of the above easier, so CareerChain built one. It’s called “Bizzy.”
Bizzy profiles are the easiest way to apply for jobs – enter once, apply everywhere! Built on the blockchain, Bizzy profiles can be trusted and shared with anyone from any device while also protecting privacy and data. Job applicants won’t need to think about blockchain, digital wallets, Ether or Bitcoin – they’ll just carry on using their favorite job sites, create a profile automatically and apply for jobs easily with the Bizzy button.
Bizzy is the brainchild of co-founders Ray Gibson (20 years in recruiting and HR) and Andrew Evans (a co-founder at Careerbuilder.com). After 4 years leading their recruitment software company, StartMonday, to becoming a public listed company in the US, Canada and Germany, they spotted an opportunity to apply blockchain technology to solve a real problem and make a massive impact on the job market.
Andrew Evans commented on the new innovation saying: “We supported the successful transition of job ads from newspapers to the web with Careerbuilder in the mid-1990’s, and twenty years later StartMonday brought job applications to the mobile generation with 15-second video job applications. Today, blockchain can not only make job applications much easier but also facilitate a limitless ecosystem of third-party applications that participate in our token economy and use Bizzy profiles in innovative ways – for instance, services to provide verification of employment claims and certifications.”
The CareerChain team is currently traveling the world educating businesses and HR professionals about the impending shift in the job market. CareerChain is also raising money in the form of a private token sale that will be used to further develop and roll out the Bizzy platform.