Companies join on new online marine career center

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MaritimeJobBoard.com is partnering with JobTarget, a leader in job board development and management, on a new online career center.

The career center will focus on bringing employers in the maritime field eligible and qualified job candidates.

"We're really excited to have partnered with JobTarget. They will be able to give our clients the most effective job searching and recruiting capabilities there is to offer," MaritimeJobBoard.com spokeswoman Haley Christensen said in a statement. "We realize how hard it is to find quality employees and job opportunities in the maritime field and the new career center will help eliminate that problem."

JobTarget's career center software provides individuals with the latest technology in career development.

By using the recruitment service, employers are given access to MaritimeJobBoard.com's membership and their job postings will reach a large number of job seekers. Additional benefits include job broadcasting, the option to include a company profile and logo with a posting, and a pay-per-use résumé bank.

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