Essentially, we give sports job seekers an A to Z, insider's view of athletics jobs. Our information was written by experts who work in a variety of sports sectors, and with their guidance and advice job seekers learn where to look and how to get hired.
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Seattle, WA (PRWEB) November 02, 2006
People who have dreamed of working in the sports industry have a new job search tool: SportsCareerFinder. Job seekers can access sports industry job postings, create a profile, browse hundreds of employer profiles, and learn about sports careers. SportsCareerFinder is a subsidiary of M&L Research, the leading provider of industry-specific job search and hiring solutions.
"SportsCareerFinder goes beyond what people think of as a 'job board.' All professional job boards provide job seekers the means to post their resumes and view and apply for jobs. SportsCareerFinder provides those capabilities and goes a step beyond. Our key differentiator is that we package our first-rate job board with comprehensive sports industry information," says Kevin Lutgarten, Vice President of SportsCareerFinder. "Essentially, we give sports job seekers an A to Z, insider's view of athletics jobs. Our information was written by experts who work in a variety of sports sectors, and with their guidance and advice job seekers learn where to look and how to get hired."
At the core of SportsCareerFinder is its Job Center, where users create detailed personal profiles and post resumes and cover letters. They can search and view open jobs and browse hundreds of employer profiles. There's also an unparalleled library of current information on athletics job possibilities: sports agencies, college athletic departments, professional sports teams, stadiums and arenas, health and fitness employers, national recreational sports organizations, and sports broadcasting and news outlets.
Sports employers have been given a suite of free hiring tools designed to help them fulfill their human capital needs. Employer accounts include unlimited job postings, unlimited use of the Job Seeker Resume Database, and a detailed company profile.
"Our mission with SportsCareerFinder is two fold. First, leverage 20 years of industry-specific employment research and marketing know-how to attract and assist job seekers. Second, we connect those job seekers to employers through a streamlined, feature-rich recruiting solution -- which is free," says Lutgarten. Athletics industry employers and recruiters pay no fees to post jobs; therefore the value proposition is tremendous.
SportsCareerFinder (http://www.SportsCareerFinder.com), is a private company based in Seattle, Washington and is a subsidiary of M&L Research, which has provided industry-specific employment research and staffing tools since 1986. The company provides SportsStaffFinder, a free staff recruiting solution, to sports industry employers worldwide. SportsStaffFinder provides free web-based recruiting software that allows employers to post open jobs and search detailed candidate profiles, including resumes and cover letters. Employers can preview and begin using SportsStaffFinder by visiting http://www.SportsStaffFinder.com.
Vice President for Recruiting Solutions