MountainJobs.com Taking Job Searching To New Heights

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The mountain job portal MountainJobs.com has been re-launched and includes a new look an enhanced functionality. The website is the ideal launch-pad for jobseekers and for employers in mountain towns and ski resorts.

Mountain towns, in which recreation and the outdoors play such an important part, offer a unique balance of work and play.

Jason Kay, new owner of MountainJobs.com is pleased to announce a re-launch of the popular job site that helps people find work in some of the most spectacular places in North America. The site has a clean new look, and is now easier to manage than ever before. This makes it the ideal launch-pad for jobseekers and for the employers who want talented, professional staff for their business.

The site mountainjobs.com is a great place for employers to list ski jobs and job openings in resorts and in mountain communities. With the new interface, it is faster and easier for employers to place an advertisement on the site and to fill those tough to staff positions.

Jobseekers can find listings for jobs in every industry, not just for work in the snowy season or as part of the resort life. Professionals who wish to relocate to a setting where they can enjoy mountain-top experiences every day may find listings for employment in these mountain communities that need their services. Law enforcement officers, fire fighters, educators, and city officials and staff are in high demand in these communities.

Job listings are for communities in the states of Colorado, Utah, Montana, California, even in Vermont. While most of the positions that are advertised are based in the USA, there are a few listings for Canadian resort locations. Locations such as Whistler, British Columbia, one of the venues of the 2010 Olympics and Banff, Alberta where the 1988 Olympians came to play and compete can also be found on the site.

Founder of mountainjobs.com Amy Shapiro, said, “Our philosophy is that one`s enjoyment of leisure time is intrinsically linked to work satisfaction. Mountain towns, in which recreation and the outdoors play such an important part, offer a unique balance of work and play.Ý

For more information regarding the re-launch of the site and its services, contact http://www.mountainjobs.com

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