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Springer launches network of job sites
Date:5/31/2011

Springer has launched a network of job sites designed to attract and showcase the unique talent and highly qualified audience that uses Springer tools which are some of the industry's most trusted, prestigious and trafficked sites for research. With over 16 million unique visitors per month across a wide range of highly specialized scientific disciplines and medical specialities, Springer's sites attract the candidates that employers are seeking.

With over 5,000 up-to-date job listings available at launch, the Springer network of job sites is a comprehensive recruitment solution for leading global employers across the healthcare and life science industry. With the unique Springer audience already working within the industry, recruiters are able to reduce hiring costs as well as effort and time-to-hire.

The sites within the network include:

In addition to reaching the targeted communities, employers can cross-post their job listings to all three sites to maximize the potential return on investment. Springer has partnered with Madgex and Amped Market Place (AMP) to power and maintain the sites. Madgex is providing the job board software and AMP provides the sales staff, social media optimization and overall recruitment advice.

"The scientific, medical and healthcare communities already rely on Springer for research and con-necting to others in their respective fields through various niche scientific social networking sites," said Ray Coln, Director of eProduct Management at Springer. "Our goal with these job sites is to complement our existing online offerings, by giving these scientific communities trusted destinations to post science and medical job openings specifically aimed at researchers and scientists that visit SpringerLink.com and other Springer platforms."


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Contact: Renate Bayaz
renate.bayaz@springer.com
49-622-148-78531
Springer
Source:Eurekalert

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