Carlsbad, CA, June 27, 2012 - MotorcycleIndustryJobs.com is proud to launch a superior job board and upgraded website. Already the leader in the field, the new site incorporates state-of-the-art computer software to cater specifically to the powersports industry. More features, enhanced listings and direct links to social media channels are just some of the upgrades.

"We are confident that employers and job seekers alike will love the increased resume exposure, time-saving features and the updated look of the site," says MIJ founder, Alex Baylon. "In addition to the facelift, employers and job seekers will enjoy some great new features." According to Baylon, the job seeker accounts have had the biggest upgrades.

Foremost among these upgrades is the ability to build resumes online by filling out a simple web form. Add photos, upload videos and attach files... all with a click. Job seekers can also upload their resume straight from LinkedIn, as well as now having the ability to control who can view his or her resume.

Further enhancing the experience are the instant job notifications via e-mail immediately when a job is posted that matches the desired category and location. The "Priority Resume" feature places a job seekers' resume above all others. However, the upgrades are not limited to job applicants.

Employers can now enjoy several new features, including:

Resume alerts: The MIJ system will alert employers anytime new resumes matching the employer's criteria are entered into the system.

Screening Questionnaires: Employers now have the ability to create questionnaires that require a passing score before a job seekers can apply for their position, pre-screening any non-qualified applicants.

Employer Sub-Accounts: Employers with multiple dealerships can now create accounts for all of their locations.

"We encourage everyone from the powersports industry to create a free account and upload their resume to MotorcycleIndustryJobs.com," says Baylon. "MIJ helps create opportunities for everyone... Even if you are currently not looking for a new career, a new career could be looking for you!"

By Cycle News Staff

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