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GeoSearch, Inc., Launches Redesigned Geospatial Careers Website
To keep pace with rapid change online, www.geosearch.com has revamped several times. The sustaining mission for the design team is to match geospatial employers with qualified geospatial job seekers. The new site is aesthetic, quick, and useful.
The new site is aesthetic, quick, and useful. Employers now benefit from an easy method to register, manage, and administrate corporate accounts. This includes multiple logons per employer account if required with role based authority for 'administrator' or 'associate' level. Employers can maintain a complete history of postings, create new postings, edit existing postings, plus 'template' postings. To identify qualified candidates, employers can use unlimited employer defined screening questions per posting, applicant 'scoring' based on responses. Tools are built in to maintain a complete history of online applications, respond by email to applicants - individually, or to multiple applicants at one time, and forward applications by email.
For geospatial job seekers, pages load quickly and searches are fast.
Registration is free and registered job seekers have a custom home page where they can opt in/out of emails from the GeoSearch job board. The back office technology offers robust Profile/Resume management that supports one or multiple profiles/resumes per job seeker account. To meet the needs of this technologically savvy demographic, the architecture supports resumes as text (keyed or pasted) or uploaded attachments (.pdf, .doc, .docx, .rtf, .txt). The Customizable job seeker profile form, add fields to capture information relevant to the geospatial niche. Job 'Agents' for registered candidates are unlimited and customizable with user defined search criteria including job category, location, keywords, zip code/radius miles, etc. To control the frequency of engagement, tools are built in with 'auto-opt-out' links at the bottom of every job agent email. GeoSearch also has service offerings for new college graduates looking to find their first job.
The redesign also includes social media plug-in's that engage the geospatial community to stay connected with the latest industry news, events, career advice and job openings. The site is search engine optimized to increase traffic and connect more geospatial employers with geospatial job seekers.
"The clean look and simple navigation of the new site provides our customers with an easy method to reach their desired audience." said GeoSearch President Richard Serby.
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GeoSearch, Inc is a personnel recruitment firm specializing in the geospatial sciences
and technologies. GeoSearch began operations in October, 1989. October 12th 1995 www.geosearch.com was registered on-line making it the first geospatial job board.