NASHVILLE, Tenn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Gradspring, a free tool for the HR community, announced the West Coast regional launch of their new career resource service today. Gradspring caters to top companies, providing connections to a qualified pool of enthusiastic entry-level professionals.
Gradspring works because it’s different. Unlike other job boards, Gradspring adheres to a stringent screening process for candidates and potential professional opportunities. Entry-level professionals on Gradspring are personally invested in finding new careers, creating an ideal environment for higher retention rates and mutually beneficial professional partnerships.
“We help our business partners search for top candidates by providing a unique database of searchable, motivated recent graduates,” said Sean Clem, CEO and founder of Gradspring. “At Gradspring recruiters can showcase potential careers without getting lost in a sea of marketing schemes, job scams and blatant advertisements.”
By focusing on the unique niche of entry-level employment, Gradspring zeros in on the fundamental building blocks for successful recruitment. Currently, companies registered to post jobs on Gradspring include industry leaders such as Cadence Design Systems, Walt Disney Company, National Hot Rod Association, Enterprise Holdings, Northrop Grumman, CareerScribe.com, Silicon Valley Bank, John Deere, Relief International, Nordstrom, Discover Financial Services and many others.
Gradspring is currently accepting career postings in Arizona, California, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming. Businesses are invited to post at no cost, positions that
– Are true entry-level positions, requiring fewer than 2 years of experience.
– Offer salaries commensurate with industry standards.
– Require a bachelor’s degree as an educational minimum.
– Are connected to a physical place of employment.
With Gradspring, finding the right candidate for entry-level opportunities has never been easier. During 2012 Gradspring will be expanding nationally, connecting recruiters with students via the latest social media technology, targeted online marketing and ground-level guerilla strategies. A recent marketing agreement with the North American Interfraternity Conference gives Gradspring partners a direct line to the NIC’s 76 member fraternities and their 350,000 undergraduate members, in addition to a growing member base.
By Tim Spagnola
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