Jacksonville, FL (PRWEB) January 25, 2006
Computerwork.com, a national job board that focuses solely on the IT industry, announced today it will offer free job postings to charitable non-profit organizations that need to fill technology-related positions.
Effective immediately, non-profit charities can visit the Computerwork website (http://www.computerwork.com) and post their job; a Federal Taxpayer ID number will be required when submitting information. Jobs posted to Computerwork.com will be listed until the positions are filled.
“The technology community has been good to us in our 11 years of business, so this is a way for us to show our appreciation and also help those deserving organizations that enrich our communities,” explained Jim Ingham, president and founder of Computerwork.com. “It’s a great opportunity for non-profit groups to benefit from our loyal candidate following, and from our platform that’s uniquely-qualified to connect quality IT candidates with jobs.”
The niche job board currently receives more than 100,000 monthly visits from IT candidates, thanks to a site that eschews typical advertising and registration in favor of personalized service. Its resume bank totals nearly 350,000.
Now in its 12th year of service, Computerwork.com blends resume matching and filtering technology, personalized service and a clear focus on the IT industry to connect candidates with employers. Based in Jacksonville, Florida, the company runs a primary national site as well as more than 70 city, regional, and skill-set specific sites such as denver.computerwork.com and ohio.computerwork.com. It has established a targeted resume bank of 350,000 screened, qualified candidates with no third party recruiters, and receives more than 100,000 monthly visits from IT candidates.
This press release was distributed through eMediawire by Human Resources Marketer (HR Marketer: http://www.HRmarketer.com) on behalf of the company listed above.
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