MSEmploy Launches in the US - First Job and Training Portal Exclusively for the Microsoft Community

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MSEmploy - http://www.msemploy.com - which has operated leading IT career websites in Europe and Canada since 2005 - has launched in the United States (http://us.msemploy.com) to help technology companies find skilled candidates and to assist technology workers find jobs that fit their qualifications. MSEmploy is focused exclusively on jobs requiring expertise in Microsoft-based technologies - such as SharePoint®, SQL Server®, .NET, and Microsoft Dynamics®. Despite the soft economy, companies that have adopted these technologies report that finding qualified Microsoft skilled professionals is one of the most critical and challenging issues they face.

MSEmploy's unique business approach to enabling Partner IT recruitment and skills development are designed to reduce these business impediments throughout the ecosystem in both the short and long term.

MSEmploy ( http://www.msemploy.com ) - which has operated leading IT career websites in Europe and Canada since 2005 - has launched in the United States (http://us.msemploy.com ) to help technology companies find skilled candidates and to assist technology workers find jobs that fit their qualifications.

Unlike conventional job boards such as Monster and CareerBuilder and general IT job boards such as Dice, MSEmploy is focused exclusively on jobs requiring expertise in Microsoft-based technologies - such as SharePoint®, SQL Server®, .NET, and Microsoft Dynamics®. Despite the soft economy, companies that have adopted these technologies report that finding qualified Microsoft skilled professionals is one of the most critical and challenging issues they face.

"Partner capacity, growth, and employability challenges are a priority for Microsoft US," said Arnie Mondloch, Director, Partner Programs, US Partner Group. "MSEmploy's unique business approach to enabling Partner IT recruitment and skills development are designed to reduce these business impediments throughout the ecosystem in both the short and long term."

MSEmploy is different in several ways:

  •     Specialized around Microsoft-based technologies resulting in higher quality candidates for recruiters and more quality jobs for candidates.
  •      Interface makes it easier for candidates to present their Microsoft experience and search feature makes it easier for companies to find candidates possessing specific experience and certifications.
  •     Each resume is personally screened to ensure the database only includes experienced technology professionals, who are also graded based on experience and certifications/degrees.
  •     Integrated with training companies to help job seekers build a proficiency in specific Microsoft technologies, thus growing the Microsoft IT community.

In addition to the job board functionality, MSEmploy offers information on how Microsoft professionals (and organizations) can expand their skills with additional training, professional development, and certifications. MSEmploy will also be holding career events around the country where Microsoft partner organizations can meet with IT professionals and developers. MSEmploy plans to add additional features to make the site a leading repository of information about Microsoft-based technologies, careers and recruiting.

"We are very pleased to fill a unique role in helping to grow the Microsoft ecosystem, working with partners and candidates to reduce unemployment and address IT personnel resource needs," said Kevin Brice, President of MSEmploy North America.

MSEmploy and MSEmploy Canada (http://www.msemploy.ca ) are part of MSEmploy North America, an affiliate of MSEmploy SAS which operates sites in France, Italy, Sweden, the UK, and Germany. The combined MSEmploy sites have served more than 100,000 IT professionals.

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