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Targeted transit job board launched

Posted on January 21, 2010

The newly launched job board, TransitJobFinder.com, is dedicated to connecting transit professionals to public and private bus, rail and motorcoach organizations.

The site, www.transitjobfinder.com, brought to you by METRO Magazine, specifically targets transit planners, operations, maintenance, government officials and other transit professionals.

Job seekers can connect with transit organizations looking for qualified candidates plus get access to tools and career coaching.

  • Post your resume — Free
  • Receive job alerts matching your search criteria
  • Resource library access: resume advice, interviewing tips, career coaching

Employers/recruiters can post jobs and search the resume database.

  • Accounts make it easy to post jobs and contact candidates
  • Search resumes in database of qualified job seekers
  • Stay on budget with competitive prices

Visit www.transitjobfinder.com to post your job today and receive a 10 percent introductory discount. Enter discount code: Launch10 for 10 percent off a job post. Offer expires January 29.

For more information, contact Tuesday Phillips at [email protected] or by phone at (310) 533-2434.

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