Power Industry Job Board Launches Website

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Power Plant Worker Becomes a Powerful New Recruiting Tool for Job Seekers and Employers

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“Prior to Power Plant Worker, there was not a network to connect power industry employers and workers,” said Executive Recruiter Christine Davis.

Power Plant Worker, an online job board dedicated to employers and job seekers within the power industry, has launched its new website.

Employers will have the ability to advertise their business and job opportunities to thousands of qualified power and utility industry job seekers. Power Plant Worker has an extensive database of potential employees where passive job seekers are posting resumes daily.

“Prior to Power Plant Worker, there was not a network to connect power industry employers and workers,” said Power Plant Worker Executive Recruiter Christine Davis. “Today, professionals in the industry will have the ability to recruit the best employees from our database of qualified candidates.”

Job seekers looking for a new jobs can post resumes and apply for jobs. There are full-time, part-time and temporary job opportunities in the nuclear, solar power, wind power, fossil, petro-chem, Department of Defense, general construction, marine, shipyard and aerospace fields.

“Employers use our site to fill openings,” said Senior Recruiter Paul Willard. “To take advantage of these openings, it is important for job seekers to create an account on the site and upload a current copy of their resume.”

On the site, employers and job seekers can also read industry-related blogs to stay up-to-date with issues and trends.

About Power Plant Workers

Power Plant Worker is a new recruiting tool full of opportunities for both job seekers and employers. The site offers a nationwide reach, a complete list of jobs and a large database of resumes to fit any need. For more information, please visit powerplantworker.com.

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