TORONTO — As the economy heats up, the search for good staff gets tougher. That’s why it’s time to kick-start your ongoing quest for good people. And there’s no better place to start than on Canada’s newest and most comprehensive truck-career website, truckcareers.ca.
Truckcareers.ca is a fully dedicated job board serving all aspects of trucking.
Mark Vreugdenhil is the group publisher at truckcareer.ca’s parent company, Newcom Business Media, and he says it’s a one-stop site for job seekers as well as employers.
“Whether you’re looking for drivers, logistics managers, administrators, sales people, anybody, this is the place to go,” Vreugdenhil explains.
Newcom is Canada’s largest resource for trucking information, – publishing Today’s Trucking, highwaySTAR, Transport Routier, Truck&Trailer and their affiliated websites. Newcom also operates Truck World, ExpoCam and CamExpo.
Truckcareers.ca, Vreugdenhil says, is a natural extension of Newcom’s other ventures.
“All our products are designed to bring people together, whether you’re talking about fleets turning to our magazines for operating – information or advertising or OEMs and suppliers meeting new – customers at trade shows.
“It only makes sense for us to help job-seekers meet employers,” he says.
In order to cover as much of the country and industry as possible, truckcareers.ca has partnered with Canada’s largest job-search engine, Workopolis.com, as well as with Road Today.
“Everybody’s familiar with Workopolis, so what you get is the top job-search engine in Canada partnering with Canada’s top trucking-industry media company. It’s a perfect fit,” comments Vreugdenhil.
Job seekers can post their resumes for free and all information is kept confidential. And you don’t have to log in to look at the job bank.
“I’m advising everybody in the industry as well as people who are thinking about getting into the industry to check it out, poke around, and I’m sure they’ll be pleasantly surprised.
“There’s tons of information about trucking there, including industry news and job-search tips; and the site is extremely easy to navigate,” he says.
Not only that but Vreugdenhil wants to remind companies that time is running out on the special launch offer of free job postings.
“That won’t last long so if you want to get your jobs up there for free, you’d better act now,” he says.
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