Zyvex joins Working In Nanotechnology as Gold Partner - News Item

Zyvex Corporation, the first molecular nanotechnology company, signed up as a Gold Partner to Workingin-nanotechnology.com, the newly established global nanotechnology job, recruitment, and education site.

“Zyvex receives of  hundreds of job inquiries from scientists, researchers, and students interested in pursing a career in nanotechnology,” said Zyvex President, Thomas A. Cellucci, PhD, MBA. “Finding out about career opportunities is a global problem for job seekers. We’re pleased to be associated with Working in Nanotechnology, since they understand the issues facing nanotechnology employers and the importance of training and educating our future workforce.”

Working in Nanotechnology has several innovative features, including a new way of presenting vacancies to job seekers. There are three specific job search engines on the site: A job seeker can search for nanotechnology jobs by: Science, Industry, and the actual Nanotechnology the companies are working on. Add to this a new Resume Database Initiative, which allows an employer or recruiter to search for potential job seekers by: Science, Job Title, and Nanotech job experience.

“We have over 2,500 registered job seekers on the site and all of these candidates are highly qualified,” said Nic Mortland, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Working In Nanotechnology.com. “I’ve spoken with over 150 employers to discuss our services and all are enthusiastic about  what we have to offer and provide them.”

Other features include an comprehensive education and training section for each type of user. If you are a Graduate, Undergraduate, PhD, Working Professional, School Teacher, or School Student, or if you want to find out how to start a career in Nanotechnology, you can find all courses and programs globally by: Country, State, City, and University and then communicate directly with the Course Administrator via phone or email.

Posted 2nd April 2004

Date Added: Apr 20, 2004 | Updated: Jun 11, 2013
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