MichBio announces Talent Search Tool for members.
Press Release Summary:
To help members recruit and develop a dynamic workforce, Talent Bank Plus online talent search tool enables MichBio member organizations to log on to website, search resume pool, find resumes of specific people, and search for resumes using keywords. Individuals can enter and maintain resumes online, and from BioConnections page, job seekers can enter their resume or be directed to job postings in Ann Arbor, Kalamazoo, and other Michigan cities.
Original Press Release:
MichBio Announces Talent Search Tool for Members
ANN ARBOR, Mich., March 20 // -- MichBio, the statewide trade association for Michigan's life sciences industry, announced a new BioConnections online talent search tool called Talent Bank Plus, for the exclusive use of MichBio members. Using a unique ID and password, each MichBio member organization can log onto a specially designed Talent Bank Plus website. They can search the entire resume pool, find the resumes of specific people, and search for resumes using specific keywords.
"MichBio is committed to helping our members recruit and develop a dynamic workforce, which is critical to their success as well as to the vitality of the Michigan life sciences industry," said Stephen Rapundalo, MichBio executive director. "In addition to serving our members, we hope the BioConnections program will assist displaced Pfizer employees locate Michigan- based jobs over the coming months."
Individuals enter and maintain resumes online. From the BioConnections page of the MichBio website, job seekers can enter their resume or be directed to job postings in Ann Arbor, Kalamazoo and other Michigan cities.
To post a job, companies should send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Talent Bank Plus is the result of collaboration between MichBio, Ann Arbor SPARK and netXert Inc. of Ann Arbor and is powered by PeoplePlus human capital software published by netXert.
MichBio is a statewide, non-profit organization dedicated to driving the growth of the life sciences industry in Michigan. The association serves a diverse membership, including new and established life sciences companies, academic and research institutions, as well as service providers and related organizations throughout the state. It provides networking and educational events, offers a web portal to industry-specific state and national information, addresses public policy, and is focusing on the human resource, funding and infrastructure issues affecting Michigan's biosciences industry. For more information visit the MichBio website at www.michbio.org.
CONTACT: Jayne Berkaw, Director, Marketing and Communications, of MichBio, +1-734-615-9661 or email@example.com
Web site: www.michbio.org/