Norfolk, VA (PRWEB) September 29, 2009
MinorityMBAs.com, an online career community connecting high-performing minority MBA professionals to hiring managers committed to diversity recruiting, is now offering employer-branded MBA Career pages, a unique opportunity for employers to present a company overview, highlight specific career paths, link to job opportunities and directly recruit minority candidates via a secure website page.
MinorityMBAs.com founder and CEO Owen Griffin explains how MBA Career pages should be used as part of a serious hiring initiative, “This goes far beyond a traditional job posting by allowing employers to manage a dedicated page that is ultimately a tool to deliver a comprehensive recruiting message to candidates. It functions as an extension of the career section of their own websites, and a means of collecting resumes from the right diversity candidates, just as they would at a career fair. Employers can move past basic job descriptions and actually outline career paths, describe their company’s culture and post important links to people, products and other resources. Hiring managers need to get in front of great diversity job candidates. This will help them do it.”
Designed to function as a strategic part of a recruiting plan, the employer-branded MBA Career pages will be controlled by the employer. They will be actively promoted to MinorityMBAs.com members in newsletters and in search results. Additionally, organizations with MBA Career pages receive special pricing for job postings and marketing throughout the site.
MinorityMBAs.com is the leading online career community for top tier diversity job candidates. Beyond its database of MBA level jobs, MinorityMBAs.com performs candidate screening and placement services for diversity friendly companies, governments and non-profits. Its tools for job seekers include job alerts, online job applications, employer profiles and career coaching services. Based in Norfolk, Virginia, MinorityMBAs.com serves over 1,700 MBA job seekers representing a wide range of professional backgrounds, industries and minority groups. In 2009, it instituted an annual scholarship program to reward the efforts of talented minority MBA students. For more information, visit http://www.MinorityMBAs.com or email Contact (at) MinorityMBAs.com.
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