HR Administration

SHRM Launches New HR Jobs Website

By Sarah Sipek

Feb. 3, 2015

Human resource departments work to keep organizations filled with high-quality, high-performing employees. It’s their job. But where do the talent finders go when they need to fill a position within their own department?

The Society for Human Resource Management’s new high-tech job board, called HR Jobs, is one solution.

SHRM and Adicio, a full-service provider of online classified advertising, have partnered to provide a tool to serve the needs of HR recruiters and applicants.

HR Jobs is a career site that offers thousands of searchable opportunities for HR professionals at all levels. The revamped site features new job postings, resume search options, enhanced traffic generation, social media integration, fully mobile capacity and valuable career content.

“The new HR Jobs makes it easier than ever for recruiters to find their next HR start from our pool of more than 200,000 qualified professionals,” said Omar Scott, manager of the HR Jobs site in a written statement.

Partnering with an advertising solutions firm helped SHRM target HR Jobs to human resource professionals and tap into specific networks so organizations posting jobs on the site can meet their Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs requirements.

SHRM is also a participating site in the new Careercast HR Network, which will help drive increased traffic of HR professionals to relevant job opportunities posted by SHRM’s employer clients.

Sarah Sipek is a Workforce associate editor.

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