Marine Jobs & Opportunities -- from Professional BoatBuilder
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Date: Mon, 11 Apr 2005 10:20:26 -0700
Please forward a copy of this to the Human Resources director of your company even if this is also of interest to you.
Whether you are responsible for new hires at your company or are looking to embark on a change in your professional career, the new internet service www.ProBoatCareers.com
(from the publishers of Professional BoatBuilder
magazine) will serve as your most effective source -- the trade
industry's foremost and new online job fair.
It is the internet-driven site for companies to place their job openings, whether through expansion or replacement. Place your online opening now (during the month of April) and take advantage of our introductory offer of $200 for the first month of placement. Separate rates apply for education and training programs, and for recruitment agencies. This new site is being promoted extensively to all readers of Professional BoatBuilder
(currently 26,500 around the world, subject to audit by BPA International) and other databases. If you're not on ProBoatCareers.com, you're missing a significant opportunity.
As of today, the site is live, and we invite your inspection
. We expect registration
to be very strong for the next week, so please post your job openings today. For those of you who wish to explore new careers, please check back every day -- there is NO CHARGE for you to search or apply for positions. Simply click through the link at www.ProBoatCareers.com and you will be able to post your job openings or seek employment and career openings.
represents the emerging art of employment
and placement opportunity as none has ever before. Fill your job openings or search today! Email
me today at email@example.com
, or call 207-359-4651, or simply post your details at www.ProBoatCareers.com.
We are confident this will represent your most-effective avenue for online job placement. And that, along with effective marine
vocational training, represents our biggest challenge in the marine trade
industry today. Let's work together to find effective solutions.
My best regards,
Kate Holden Woodward