MIJ online job fair offers free help wanted postings

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Motorcycle Industry Jobs.com this month is hosting its seventh annual online Job Fair, offering employers in the powersports industry a chance to post help wanted ads for free for a limited time.

All Job Fair listings will go live on MIJ's website on May 16 and will run through May 31. Employers may post help wanted listings from May 2 to May 16. There is no limit on the number of listings employers can post; however, the free job listing will automatically expire on May 31. Employers will have the option to renew at the time of expiration, according to Alex Baylon, founder of MIJ.

Job Fair job listings will be:

  • Accessible and free to every job seeker with Internet access from May 16 - 31
  • Instantly posted to LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter for even broader reach
  • Routed to a variety of online job aggregators such as Indeed and SimplyHired
  • Posted to a variety of blogs and websites such as www.cycletrader.com, Sprocketlist.com, RacerXill.com, ThrottleHand.com, Bikernet.com, NadaGuides.com.

Employers should follow these steps to post a help wanted listing:  1) Create an account or login to current account; 2) Create a posting and select the green "plus-sign" button to add it to the Job Fair listings. Employers also may place ads by calling 866.376.8964.

MIJ is conducting a sweepstakes that will entitle one employer to win "Job of the Week" during Job Fair 2011. "The winner will get the job posting of their choice posted to the homepage of MotorcycleIndustryJobs.com during Job Fair 2011," explains Baylon. "The Job of the Week winner will get [its] logo and job description posted on the homepage May 16-23 plus loads of social media coverage. They can increase their chances of winning by encouraging other employees or fans to enter for their company."

Those seeking jobs in the powersports industry should create an MIJ account and post their resume before they begin browsing for job opportunities.

From a press release. Posted by Mary Slepicka

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