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With Mom Corps, companies gain a competitive advantage and are able to adapt easily to changing hiring needs while ensuring the appropriate level and expertise for each flexible position – be it permanent, part-time, project-based or seasonal. In turn, our highly-degreed, experienced candidates are able to pursue their professional careers while still maintaining life/work balance. Mom Corps has placed candidates in roles across a variety of functions and industries including accounting, legal, marketing, human resources, strategy, finance, technical, and general management, and our list of Fortune 500 clients provides viable proof of our value to their organizations.
Linked In – If you are a looking for a job the very first thing you need to do is register on Linked In and create a profile. Take your time, do it right. Add a professional headshot of yourself. This is your online resume. You can search the Linked In job board for opportunities and apply using your online profile. The next step is to build your Linked In network. The more people you know on Linked In the better chance you have at reaching someone at a company you hope to work for. As you find jobs online that you are interested in, use your Linked In network to find someone at that comapny who might be able to pass your resume along the right person. Submitting resumes online is a crap-shoot. You need a contact inside the company who can help you get in the door.
FlexJobs – This is a monthly membership service that allows you to search and access flexible positions posted on national job boards. It bascially screens out contract and flex jobs for you so you don’t have to search all the national job boards yourself.
Creative Circle – if you work in advertising, marketing, PR, copywriting, design, web production or other creative services this agency can help you find a position.
Indeed – This is one of the biggest job boards online. You can find just about anything on this job board.
LAURA NIX GERSON is the CEO of Nix|Gerson Media and the Founder of MomAngeles a site she launched because she was planning a lot of playdates and her friends kept asking her where to go and what to do. So it seemed easier just to put it all online in one place. In a past life Laura was a publicist, event marketer and web producer….oh wait, she still is. Laura has contributed to Modern Mom, CBS Local and Babble. Her greatest joy is story telling, sharing local finds and connecting people. Follow her @MomAngeles.