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Posted by Willy Franzen on October 19, 2011. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Job Opportunity: Administrative Assistant||Lake Charles, LA|
|Back Waiters, Hosts / Hostesses, and Servers||Scottsdale, AZ|
|Job Opportunity: Administrative Assistant (Project Controls)||Broomfield, CO|
|Job Opportunity: Shop Warehouse Delivery||Monroe, LA|
|Job Opportunity: Receptionist||Warwick, RI|
|Job Opportunity: Production Assistant/Operator||Gulfport, MS|
|Job Opportunity: Junior .Net Developer||Southlake, TX|
|Catering Coordinator||Natick, MA|
|Job Opportunity: Legal Assistant||Seattle, WA|
Some of you have been receiving our e-mails hours or even days after they were originally sent. It’s a problem with our e-mail provider, and I think it’s finally fixed. I hope it hasn’t been too annoying.
I couldn’t find a job after I graduated, so I created my own job helping other grads find jobs. It’s kind of a ridiculous story, but it seems to have worked out. It feels a little weird for me to cover companies that are also in the job search space, but how can I not tell you about a company that was just named the #1 Small Business to Work For? Snagajob is based in Glen Allen, VA, and they were founded in 1999 by Shawn Boyer when he realized that there were no good websites for finding hourly jobs while trying to help a friend find an internship. Shawn started out by building a simple job board, but the business has continued to grow as they have found new ways to serve both employers and job seekers.
Snagajob’s business still appears to be largely driven by job postings. Employers pay to post their jobs and reach Snagajob’s huge audience of millions of job seekers. However, it does appear that Snagajob branches out with other types of advertising, co-registration offers, coupons, and all kinds of other stuff. These types of revenue streams make more and more sense as Snagajob develops more content that isn’t just job postings. It seems to be working as Snagajob is growing rapidly (I hear they plan to hire 100 more people over the next year). And it’s great to see that throughout that growth, Snagajob is staying committed to having an awesome corporate culture. If you want to become a “snagged,” then head over to Snagajob’s Careers page. Right now they have a number of opportunities that seem suitable for new or recent grads including Product Specialist and Account Executive. And if those positions don’t look like a good fit for you, I’m sure more will be posted in the near future.
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