Times launches new online job board
Local businesses and job-seekers have always trusted The Marietta Times to help them find the perfect match to meet their goals. With jobs.mariettatimes.com and the newspaper’s new partnership with RealMatch that search can be more effective than ever.
“TheJobNetwork available through RealMatch makes jobs.mariettatimes.com the gateway to the largest recruitment ad network of job sites in North America,” said Editor and Publisher Jennifer Houtman. “Our new job board will let employers see four times better response than the leading national job board.”
Through jobs.mariettatimes.com, TheJobNetwork targets distribution, and reaches millions of passive and active job-seekers on local, niche and vertical job sites, in addition to leading aggregator sites and social networks. This saves hiring managers time, too — Real-Time Job Matching automatically screens, grades and ranks applicants as well as returning qualified passive job seeker matches from the site’s resume database.
“And those looking for the right job will get an enhanced user experience,” Houtman said. “Their preferences, experience and skills are used to instantly match them with open postings through jobs.mariettatimes.com.”
When job-seekers register at jobs.mariettatimes.com, they can view relevant job matches and apply in real-time from their online account and via the job-seeker mobile app. The tools available will allow them to spend their time focused on the right positions.
A new job board is just one of the resources available to local businesses and job seekers, as The Marietta Times job fairs and print classified ads combine to provide the most effective set of tools for matching workers with good work.
“With Total Talent Reach, you no longer need to worry about where to post your job in order to get the best applicants,” said Mary Jo Miller, classifieds manager for the newspaper. “One post, hundreds of job sites; that’s what is so great about RealMatch. They pull from other sites, local and national search engines and industry sites.”
As The Marietta Times upholds its commitment to serving Marietta and Washington County, the newspaper’s new job board will bring employers an average increase in qualified response of approximately 200 percent; and will simplify and improve the search process for job-seekers. Jobs.mariettatimes.com is one more way The Marietta Times is working to make a difference.