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Members get discount on job posting, access to resume database


November 18, 2008
By NAMA

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Members get discount on job posting, access to resume database

Members of  the National Automatic Merchandising Association (NAMA)  have an excellent opportunity to save money while searching for a new job or recruiting for a new position thanks to our new Business Partner, CareerBuilder.com, announced Joann DeNardis, PHR, NAMA Manager Human Resources.

Members of  the National Automatic Merchandising Association (NAMA)  have an excellent opportunity to save money while searching for a new job or recruiting for a new position thanks to our new Business Partner, CareerBuilder.com, announced Joann DeNardis, PHR, NAMA Manager Human Resources.

“NAMA has partnered with CareerBuilder.com to power the Career Center,” said DeNardis. Along with access to a database directly online through the NAMA site that allows you to search through over 1.8 million jobs on CareerBuilder.com, NAMA members also receive a 35 percent discount on job postings.

“You can post your next job at $147 less as a NAMA member and get access to CareerBuilder’s resume database for your next open position and save at least $210,” said DeNardis.

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CareerBuilder.com joins a diverse list of NAMA business partners that provide excellent services and products at reduced rates for NAMA members. “If you are not a NAMA member, you need to join today,” concluded DeNardis.

For more information visit www.vending.org and click on Career Center.

NAMA is the national trade association of the food and refreshment vending, coffee service and foodservice management industries including on-site, commissary, catering, & mobile. Its membership is comprised of service companies, equipment manufacturers and suppliers of products and services to operating service companies.  The basic mission of the association, to collectively advance and promote the automatic merchandising and coffee service industries, still guides NAMA today as it did in 1936, the year of the organization’s founding.