There has been a renewed interest in women this past year when it comes to the job market. I now count at least 9 women targeted job boards online.
The latest to launch has 2 niches in 1, Women Who Code. WWC is an international non-profit that empowers women to achieve success in technology. They do this through a series of over 60 Networks around the world which host technical talks, study groups, hackathons, and other career development and social events.
I wanted to point out their pricing scheme which I thought was interesting. They leverage their newsletter and other advertising opportunities.
There are three tiers available to employers depending on their needs and budget. The first allows a simple post on the Job Board for one month. The second includes that, as well as a mention in the organization’s CODE Review Newsletter, which goes out every Wednesday afternoon to over 30,000 tech professionals. The third tier includes all of the above, but also allows the company to sponsor the CODE Review, with a featured banner logo and link to their site or employment page.
The site itself has a clean, sparse look with all jobs in square boxes with company logos and job titles. (click pic to expand)