Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Career Management Alliance Offers Discounted SelectRecruiters Subscription



Careers industry professionals who are members of the Career Management Alliance can receive a significant discount on a subscription to SelectRecruiters, a searchable database of professional recruiters.
About Career Management Alliance
Founded in 1999,
Career Management Alliance is trusted as the world's leading professional association dedicated to linking all divisions within the careers industry. A distinctive community that values the strength of diverse knowledge, the Alliance attracts members from assorted career backgrounds, such as resume writing, career coaching, career counseling, college and university career development, government and military career transition, outplacement, recruiting, and HR.
About SelectRecruiters
SelectRecruiters gives you a powerful tool in your arsenal of professional services — an up-to-the-minute way to connect all of your clients with:
  • A comprehensive database of thousands of recruiter profiles that allows you to help your clients quickly identify the recruiters best suited to help meet their career objectives. You can search by geography, industry, function, fee structure, and pay range.
  • Tools they will need to create a custom email campaign, allowing your clients to interface with a broad scope of recruiters, instantly — without the added cost of postage.
  • Exclusive access to recruiting firms' physical addresses, making it easy to create custom direct (snail) mail campaigns — including mailing label templates and a spreadsheet for creating the merge!
Regularly priced at $649 per year, Standard CMA Members pay only $399 for a one-year subscription to SelectRecruiters — and Professional CMA Members pay only $225. That's a maximum savings of $424.
To join Career Management Alliance and take advantage of this exclusive offer, please contact CMA Executive Director, Liz Sumner, directly at 603.924.0900, ext. 640 or via email at liz@careermanagementalliance.com.

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