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Animal-Friendly Jobsite Introduces Pawsitive Recruiting


AnimalWork.org is a job-matching site for all humane animal-related jobs. A portion of every sale is donated to animal welfare and rescue organizations around the country.

Washington, DC, March 19, 2008 --(PR.com)-- A new animal-friendly job site, AnimalWork.org, launched this week. Targeted at the growing U.S. animal industry, the site will provide job-matching for all animal related jobs, such as training, grooming, veterinary medicine, animal welfare, retail, corporate, and zoo positions. A self-described “online recruitment revolution,” AnimalWork.org is the internet’s first recruiting solution with a philanthropic twist, donating a portion of every sale to U.S. animal rescue and rights organizations. Animalwork.org fully integrates itself into its non-profit partner websites, making the sites more valuable for existing users and creating a new source of fund revenue for non-profits.

The business motive behind the “philanthropic recruitment solution” is described by Miry Whitehill, executive director of the site, in a promotional video to be released shortly after the site launch: “The goals of an animal non-profit organization and an animal job board are aligned- when nonprofits are doing well, there are more animal jobs in the industry, which sustains our job board, and everybody wins.”

Powered by RealMatch, a world leader in online job recruitment, AnimalWork.org uses real-time job matching technology to connect employers with qualified candidates. This is different from traditional search-based job boards because it dynamically matches job seekers with employers based on qualifications, automatically filtering out unqualified candidates, saving employers time and money. Posting a job on AnimalWork.org is free, and employers only pay for the resumes they open. For job seekers, the site is always free.

AnimalWork.org launched at the beginning of this week. According to Whitehill, “We’ve been online for three days and the phone is ringing off the hook from non-profits and bloggers who want to partner up. There is no better motivation for animal people than helping animals.” Those interested in becoming an Animal Work affiliate should contact the Partners Office at 240-821-5608 or by emailing Miry directly at mwhitehill@animalwork.org.

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