Written by GBN STAFF
Friday, July 08, 2011
GUAM – The new 'Guam Jobs' section at the daily news web site, GuamBuildupNews.com, will launch Sunday, July 10 with web-based job search and listing tools designed to connect job seekers with headhunters, HR managers, employers and recruiters.
The only daily news web site solely focused on covering military and Federal Government spending in Guam will feature a new way for companies and government offices to find workforce and professional talent on the World Wide Web.
The new section acts like a digital job classifieds listing where companies can post employment opportunities, and job seekers can search the listings by position, career, company, industry, salary range, work experience and skill sets, among others.
"The web site has become a magnet for readers working in a full range of industries supported in some way by Federal spending," said Sharla Montvel-Cohen, GuamBuildupNews.com publisher and editor-in-chief. "The part of Guam's economy that is fueled by the Federal Government spans every industry, and we cover that spectrum."
"Whether your trade is painting, engineering, the sciences, medicine, finance, IT, real estate, environmental studies, utilities development, logistics and supply or anything else, the Federal Government is likely stimulating job creation in your industry on Guam," said Leon Colaco, the web site's president. "A daily news web site that covers the Federal sector is a reasonable place for companies involved in Federal Government work to start fishing for talent."
Human resource managers, headhunters, recruiters and employers can use the new 'Guam Jobs' section to post announcements for job openings, recruitment drives and fairs. Registration for both employers and job seekers to be able to search the jobs database is free and job listings are fee-based.
"We made a decision to expand our job market reporting and also add the jobs listing section due to a tremendous amount of feedback as well as unsolicited requests from readers and people looking for jobs and opportunities throughout the Federal marketplace on Guam," Mr. Colaco said.
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