iHire and WorkInSports have completed their post-acquisition platform integration, bringing a new WorkInSports.com site experience and enhanced solutions to job seekers and employers in the sports industry. WorkInSports became the 57th industry-focused talent community in the iHire network when the companies merged in April.
WorkInSports job seekers can now access iHire-powered tools and features designed to help them find the right employment opportunities and grow their careers in the sports sector. Along with a new look and feel, WorkInSports’ site offers members the ability to score their resumes against specific job postings with iScore Resume Match, work with a dedicated career advisor, take advantage of resume and cover letter writing templates, and get even more relevant, verified jobs matched to their qualifications and preferences.
WorkInSports job seekers will continue to receive access to WorkInSports’ Podcast and career resources, sport management degree directory, and Sports Career Game Plan course. In addition, job seekers from iHire’s other 56 talent communities can join WorkInSports to access over 20,000 sports employment opportunities.
For employers, the new WorkInSports offers iHire’s full suite of recruitment marketing solutions – recruitment advertising, talent sourcing, and employer branding tools – built to connect them with sports-minded candidates fast. Plus, current iHire employers can tap into the WorkInSports talent pool – 47.4% of whom have direct sports industry job experience.
Health eCareers and the American Academy of PAs(AAPA) have formed a partnership to connect PAs (physician assistants) with more job opportunities with an all-new, improved job board. AAPA’s new PA JobSource will benefit from a more PA-centric job board, with more relevant jobs when powered by Health eCareers.
“We are very excited to unveil the new AAPA PA JobSource,” said AAPA CEO Lisa Gables. “With Health eCareers’ nearly 30 years in healthcare recruiting, we are confident this new partnership will support PAs as they seek opportunities to not only advance in their careers but also to step into new roles that will position them to address patient care needs throughout the country.”