The Getwork team, led by President Brad Squibb, will work alongside the 100-person strong Adzuna business, bringing together decades of job search expertise and accelerating Adzuna’s growth in North America. The acquisition will combine the quality reputation and enterprise-focus of Getwork with the international reach and programmatic/tech expertise of Adzuna, creating a better option for jobseekers globally. Full Story
Worcester County Economic Development staff invite job seekers and business owners to engage with their new website, Coastal Careers Job Board at workmarylandscoast.org/
The Coastal Careers Job Board site allows community members to identify job opportunities within their fields of interest that are available in Worcester County. It is also an outstanding resource where businesses may post their vacant positions.
The website is free to the community and offered in partnership with local municipalities, chambers of commerce, and trade organizations. No account is required to view available jobs. However, to submit an application or resume online, a free account is required.
WrenchWay is a new recruiting platform for auto mechanics. It give techs an insider’s view of dealerships’ operations, equipment, pay levels, company culture and other pertinent information.
WrenchWay accomplishes this with its Top Shop program. Dealerships pay a $150 monthly fee to be listed as a Top Shop, but the listing is much more in-depth than a typical job-board post. Dealers are required to include specific information before posts are accepted, including pay levels for technicians, workplace amenities offered (think air conditioning and heating) and available equipment, he says.
In addition, the posting must include videos that show what the shop looks like as well as interviews with technicians and fixed ops management who talk about what it’s like to work in their shops, Wilson says.Full Story
Terra.do, a global climate career platform with the mission to get 100 million people working in climate by 2030, today announced the launch of its mobile app on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. The free app offers unique, insider access to climate professionals and hiring managers at top climate tech companies, facilitating direct connections between climate employers and prospective talent.
The app goes beyond traditional job boards by allowing climate tech hiring managers to host huddles, run Ask-Me-Anything (AMA) forums, and engage in meaningful conversations with users, fostering genuine connections that lead the right talent to the right jobs.
Prospective employees can bypass the tedious process of finding and blindly applying to jobs on typical job boards. Meanwhile, companies can build their employer brands and evangelize their climate solutions within the Terra.do ecosystem, all while increasing community awareness of the rapidly evolving landscape.
WrenchWay and Terra.do are two next generation job boards….they are really more about community than just jobs. Will be interesting to see if they flourish. -CR