Washington, DC (PRWEB) June 25, 2013
As an MBA student at Georgetown University, Dan Mullaney, founder, envisioned a site that would connect top-tier MBA talent with start-up and established businesses alike who were looking for MBAs to fill freelance, internship, part-time, or full-time positions. MBAs would register, search jobs, and apply for the positions they were interested in. Businesses would sort through applicants and select the best fit. Mullaney graduated, and MBA Project Search was born.
The site’s user-ship is growing daily, connecting MBA talent and businesses worldwide for traditional and remote work. Director of Business Development for MBA Project Search, Rasheen Carbin, states, “We went live in September of 2012 and have helped hundreds of MBAs find work. Our reach is global.”
A new and notable feature on the site is the Opportunity Oracle, a tool that MBA job-seekers can use to save their time and sanity. By simply inputting what type of position you are looking for, and the location you’d like to search in, the Opportunity Oracle aggregates MBA specific opportunities and lists them according to relevance. The Opportunity Oracle provides over 100,000 MBA-specific job links.
Perhaps the most significant aspect that sets MBA Project Search apart from all other job search sites, however, is Mullaney’s hands-on approach. Mullaney states, “I don’t like the site to function as a typical post-and-wait job site. I believe there’s a lot more to be had in terms of actually being involved in the volume of applicants.” He has been known to personally headhunt for businesses that post on the site, linking them with the registrants he sees as a great fit.
It is simple and free to register with MBA Project Search. Searching and applying for positions are also free for registrants. Businesses pay a nominal fee for job postings, depending on the job type. Prices are clearly outlined throughout the site.