Move over, Monster.com. Step aside, Craigslist. A revamped website provides custom tools to help Alaska Native job seekers land the perfect job.
CIRI created AlaskaNativeHire.com to help its shareholders and other Alaska Native people find jobs. Job seekers can search by job title and location, and create resumes so that Alaska business can search available talent.
“When we began this effort as a way to help our shareholders and descendants, we spoke with several businesses who were excited about the opportunity to reach out to Alaska Native people about job openings,” said Darla Graham, manager of shareholder programs at CIRI. “We’re proud of the product we developed and believe it is a great forum to bring Alaska Native job seekers and companies together to find the perfect pairing.”
The improved site offers the following features:
Job seekers are invited to create a profile highlighting their experience, skills, education and employment history. This information converts to a customized resume that can be downloaded by employers. Open jobs can be browsed by location, company and category. AlaskaNativeHire.com will also notify job seekers of open positions for which they qualify. Cost to job seekers is always free.
Employers can post open positions across web and mobile platforms, search candidates by skill set, location and experience, and create targeted advertisements to attract talent. Cost to employers is free until Jan. 1, 2018.
Whether you’re looking for jobs, posting a resume or posting a job opening on behalf of a company, users will find the site easy to navigate. “Our goal from the beginning was to create an effective tool that helps Alaska Native people find jobs,” Graham said. “I’m confident AlaskaNativeHire.com provides that opportunity, and we encourage folks to give it a try.”
For more information and to sign up for free, visit www.AlaskaNativeHire.com.