GreenJobs.pro matches eco- conscious job seekers with environmental and sustainable companies. Companies involved in the clean-up effort are essentially part of the sustainable objectives in the Gulf oil spill.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) June 4, 2010
GreenJobs.pro, a leading job matching website for green collar jobs, offering free listings on its site for companies who contribute to the clean-up effort of the British Petroleum oil leak along the U.S. Gulf coast.
“A number of ingredients have to be in place if the cake is to rise and the clean-up effort is to be successful,” says Dennis Cail, Founder and President of GreenJobs.pro. “The #1 ingredient in this clean-up effort is people.”
Although the ecological impact is yet to be determined, the effort to minimize the damage is going to require resources from all aspects of business, government and individuals.
A recent recipient of Dallas Mayor, Tom Leppert’s Mayor’s Award for Environmental Excellence, Cail felt a need to contribute in a substantive way. “We want to help engage the best resources available in response to this environmental issue,” he says. “GreenJobs.pro matches eco- conscious job seekers with environmental and sustainable companies. Companies involved in the clean-up effort are essentially part of the sustainable objectives in the Gulf oil spill.”
With emphasis on talent acquisition for cleaner and greener companies, GreenJobs.pro is revolutionizing the impact of human capital on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives. The best renewable and sustainable resource any organization has is its people. GreenJobs.pro is a proprietary web-based talent acquisition system for all professions enabling companies to achieve their CSR objectives by matching eco-friendly companies with eco-conscious professionals.
Companies contributing to the clean-up can post their free listing at http://www.GreenJobs.pro. To post your jobs free related to the BP oil clean-up, email GreenJobs.pro at GulfCleanUp(at)GreenJobs(dot)pro. Job seekers with the essential skills to help expedite this clean-up effort can visit http://www.GreenJobs.pro to upload their resume and create their free profile.
For more information on GreenJobs.pro please visit http://www.GreenJobs.pro or contact Marc Rubner at mrubner(at)greenjobs(dot)pro.
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