EXCELSIOR, Minn., July 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- allnurses.com, the largest peer-to-peer online networking and support site for nursing, has launched its new Career Resource Center, allnurses Jobs. The Career Center is designed to better connect today's millions of nurses and nursing students with potential employers, and vice versa. The resource features advanced search and matching technology, and offers a wealth of additional benefits for both candidates and employers.
"We knew that our community needed a better way to search for nursing jobs or nursing candidates vs. using general job sites that include other professions," said Brian Short, Founder of allnurses.com. "Our new Nursing Job and Career Resource Center caters to their specific needs."
Job seekers can take advantage of fully searchable user profiles, incorporating key words and skills related to their desired position. Resumes can be easily uploaded in a variety of formats. More than a job board, allnurses Jobs will also contain articles on nursing profession news and expert tips on topics such as resume writing and interviewing techniques. Any nurse or nursing student can access the site and create a profile by registering for free at jobs.allnurses.com.
For the employer, allnurses Jobs is designed for easy, self-service posting and offers multiple add-on advertising and marketing options to ensure listings stand out. It offers a mini-site option to create a smaller version of the main site with a subset of functionality that has the look and feel of a stand-alone employer-specific job board. Other features include powerful candidate searching capabilities, nurse opt-in alerts for employer jobs and the ability to send targeted email campaigns to candidates matching specific criteria.
Founded by Minnesota Registered Nurse, Brian Short, allnurses.com is the leading networking site for nurses and nursing students. For nearly 20 years, allnurses.com has been the collective voice of the nursing community, supporting the profession by providing a place where nurses can network, share, and learn from each other. With an ever-growing community of more than 825,000 registered members, allnurses is the go-to place to communicate and discuss nursing, jobs, schools, NCLEX, careers, and so much more. For more information, visit allnurses.com.
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