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Monday, 07 August 2017 22:45

Google for Jobs is Launched, SCRS Career Center Participates

Google has officially tapped into the job search market with the launch of its very own job search engine, Google for Jobs.  Job seekers who are looking for their next career opportunity can now simply "Google it."


The Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) is committed to promoting the career opportunities that exist within the collision repair industry, and to connecting individuals seeking rewarding careers with employers who are looking to add to their business. As such, Google's mission to help strengthen America's workforce and better connect employers and job seekers serves as a valuable addition to collision industry employers. The SCRS Career Center has been fully integrated with Google's new job search feature. Our partnership in this new initiative is intended to make a significant impact on the way that job seekers in our industry search for and find career opportunities online. 


For Employers:


• Jobs posted to the SCRS Career Center are automatically searchable through Google for Jobs, creating even greater exposure. The Google for Jobs application appears before Google's standard search results, prioritizing your positions over other employers, job boards, and staffing agencies that do not have an established partnership with Google.


• Provides employers with a new source of active and passive candidate traffic - a unique benefit of posting your open positions with the SCRS Career Center. 


For Job Seekers:


• Streamlines the job search by displaying career opportunities from the SCRS Career Center and multiple employment sites in one convenient place.


• Helps more people find work by bringing greater exposure to the outstanding career opportunities in the collision repair industry.


The SCRS is excited to partner with Google for Jobs through the SCRS Career Center to help streamline the job search process, and create quality connections between employers and candidates in the collision repair industry. Visit to post an open position.

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