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NCA Career Center, Online Job Board, Launches Today

New Career Resource Targets Coffee Industry Companies and Professionals

New York, NY (November 14, 2013) – The National Coffee Association (NCA) today launched an interactive job board, the NCA Career Center. With a focus on coffee industry companies and professionals, the NCA Career Center offers NCA members, as well as the industry at large, a highly targeted resource for online recruitment.

“Employees are the backbone of any organization, and NCA has created a new platform to help industry members strengthen their businesses,” said Robert F. Nelson, NCA president & CEO. “By targeting coffee-centric roles and professionals, the NCA Career Center will be a unique resource that elevates industry-targeted talent matches to a new dimension.”

The NCA Career Center will be available both to NCA members and non-members to reach qualified candidates from a highly targeted talent pool. Employers can post jobs online, search for qualified candidates based on specific job criteria, and create an online resume agent to email qualified candidates daily. Employers also benefit from online reporting, which provides job activity statistics to track each job posting’s Return on Investment (ROI).

For job seekers, the NCA Career Center is a free service, delivering access to employers and jobs across all sectors of the U.S. coffee industry. Job seekers can browse and view jobs using criteria they choose to align with their individual career goals, as well as upload their resumes confidentially to the site. Job seekers can also search anonymously by creating a Job Agent that notifies them via email when jobs matching their criteria are posted, thus eliminating a need to check their accounts daily to track new postings.

More information on the NCA Career Center is available at www.ncausa.org.

 

About the National Coffee Association

The National Coffee Association of U.S.A, Inc. (NCA), established in 1911, is the leading trade organization for the coffee industry in the United States. NCA is the only trade association that serves all segments of the U.S. coffee industry, including traditional and specialty companies. A majority of NCA membership, which accounts for over 90% of U.S. coffee commerce, is comprised of small and mid-sized companies and includes growers, roasters, retailers, importer/exporters, wholesaler/suppliers and allied industry businesses. NCA offers a wide array of services, focusing on market and scientific research, domestic and international government relations, issues management and public relations, and education. The NCA’s core purpose is to champion the well-being of the U.S. coffee industry within the context of the world coffee community. Visit www.ncausa.org.

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