Job Seekers, Employers, Recruiters Find Their Niche at 'Demolition Career Connection'

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The National Demolition Association’s new ‘Demolition Career Connection’ is an online service for job seekers and prospective employers who are focused on work in the specialized demolition industry. The service does not confine itself strictly to demolition, however, but can link candidates and employers from a wide variety of industries from around the world.

While there are sites out there that list jobs of every description, there is none until now that specifically targets those professionals in the demolition industry.

The National Demolition Association has launched a new service that puts job seekers who are pursuing positions in the demolition industry and beyond, together with employers and recruiters looking for the most qualified candidates available. Called the Demolition Career Connection, it is the latest addition to the NDA website http://www.demolitionassociation.com to give Association members and site visitors a way to make meaningful connections in the demolition industry.

“While there are sites out there that list jobs of every description, there is none until now that specifically targets those professionals in the demolition industry,” said Michael R. Taylor, CAE, Executive Director of the NDA. “Ours is a niche industry requiring a specific set of job skills and knowledge. Our Demolition Career Connection will help make the right connections for people looking for positions and those offering them.”

The Demolition Career Connection does not confine itself strictly to the demolition industry, however, Taylor pointed out. “Our service can potentially connect millions of job seekers with hundreds of thousands of companies through its technology that links thousands of job boards all over the world. Folks who post their resumes on our website can be seen by thousands of hiring managers, applicant tracking system providers, and recruitment agencies. The service harnesses the power of the Internet for everyone’s benefit.”

Job seekers coming to the Demolition Career Connection found in the “Our Industry” section of the NDA website can post their resumes, view jobs that are available, create personal alerts each time a relevant job is posted, and manage their account, all for free. Employers can view all posted resumes, search for specific skills, background, and experience, and post available jobs on the site.

Employers and recruiters can take advantage of a number of pricing and product options, such as a choice of 30- and 60-day postings, along with secondary exposure for the job posting on all sites within the Job Board Network. The Demolition Career Connection is powered by JobTarget, one of the top three largest operators of niche job boards in the world.

“The National Demolition Association is intent on providing its members the kinds of services they are looking for to enhance their careers,” Taylor said.

To check out the Demolition Career Connection, go http://www.demolitionassociation.com, and click on “Our Industry” or “Public Relations” to find the link to the new service.

The National Demolition Association is a non-profit trade organization representing approximately 1,000 U.S. and Canadian companies and many international firms that are involved in the demolition process. Membership includes demolition contractors, general contractors, civil engineering firms, and recycling, landfill, and salvage operations. The association’s efforts help members stay abreast of environmental, regulatory and safety matters, keep regulators informed about issues facing the industry, increase public and industry awareness, and provide members with networking opportunities and information on the latest technical advances in equipment and services. The website is http://www.demolitionassociation.com.

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