Metalworking Job Board
Powered by Smart Job Board, a metalworking brand Practical Machinist recently launched a new online job board for metalworkers and their industrial employers.
Learn more on the SJB blog.
A new general/national site has launched.
Not a fan of these small general sites. You’re not going to beat Indeed at their own game so I am not sure what their goal is with it.CR
Finding Careers (https://www.finding.careers) is a new place for people to not only search for a job or career, but also learn about interview tips, career coaching advice, and more. With an easy-to-navigate website that provides information on how to get paid more in your current position or find a new career altogether.
The site just launched this week with an easy-to-use interface, improved job search functionality, and will soon have hundreds of articles with tips and tricks on a variety of topics for resumes and interviewing.
“We’re really excited to launch our new website,” said Content Manager, Nathaniel Curran. “The site has been a year in the making, and we’ve put a lot of effort into making it the best resource possible for job seekers and career changers. We’re constantly going to be adding new content and working hard to help people find the best job for them, so be sure to check back often!”Nathaniel Curran
New Local Site for Illinois
The Greater Peoria Job Board is part of the Greater Peoria 2030 Talent Attraction Initiative to attract and retain talent in the area and beyond, as well as address the ongoing worker shortage.
“We’re just happy to put this tool into play. We know that we’re in this unprecedented time where we have way more jobs available than people are taking advantage of,” said Chris Setti, CEO of Greater Peoria Economic Development Council.
The site is powered by Getro. Just has job listings and no other features. More of a marketing tool than anything for Peoria.CR