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New partnership for Catalano’s ACM news network and job platform CareerOne | Boorowa News

New partnership for Catalano’s ACM news network and job platform CareerOne |  Boorowa News

Job seekers and employers around the country have a new and better way to connect thanks to ACM and CareerOne.

ACM, publisher of this site, is Australia’s largest independent news brand serving suburban, regional and rural areas. CareerOne is Australia’s fastest growing job search destination.

Together through an exclusive partnership, they offer a simple and effective way for job seekers and local employers to find each other.

The job section of each ACM newspaper, online and in print, will now be powered by the CareerOne platform.

Businesses can easily submit a job ad through the classified ad on their local newspaper or by going online. Look for the Jobs tab in the main navigation bar at the top of the home page and click the Post a Job button. Job seekers can also access the CareerOne job board through their local ACM website.

CareerOne chairman Garen Azoyan said he was enthusiastic about the added value the partnership provided to both parties.

“More than 25,000 new members sign up for CareerOne monthly, and now we are proud to partner with ACM to expand our reach to their 6.4 million monthly audience across 140 plus publications,” he said.

Answer a few questions about yourself and your work interests, and CareerOne will find jobs that match.

ACM CEO Tony Kendall said the media industry and CareerOne fit perfectly.

“At ACM, we know the importance of finding the right people,” he said.

“We have a large staff employed in different roles in each state and area and are always looking to recruit talent. We know that other companies, regardless of their size, are in the same boat when it comes to identifying quality staff. is an important business decision.

“CareerOne is unique in that it not only supports a company’s recruitment needs, but it also discovers potential candidates who may not have realized they qualified for a role.

“It’s this discovery process that really appealed, and something we hope local businesses can benefit from.”

CareerOne chief operating officer Moussa Namini said the company’s core mission was to “offer the best job hunting experience” for Australians, allowing them to easily navigate what was often a difficult task.

“CareerOne has built a new way to connect talent to employers by recommending matches to job seekers based on their skills and experience,” he said.

“Through our partnership with ACM, our experience will be accommodated in some of Australia’s most trusted publication brands around the country.”

Job seekers who register with CareerOne and answer a few questions about their qualifications, experience and work interests are matched for jobs without having to apply, and often guess at the titles that may be advertised.

CareerOne uses artificial intelligence to tailor a job-seeking profile to opportunities advertised in their system, suggesting roles they might not otherwise have found.

“ACM is keen to do what we can to increase employment opportunities across Australia and we believe our partnership with CareerOne will help job seekers get in touch with meaningful work,” said Kendall.

CareerOne also offers free resume advice to help job seekers put their best foot forward.

ACM, once a division of the Fairfax Media Group that was absorbed into Nine Entertainment, is now privately owned by Alex Waislitz’s Thorney Investment Group and former domain manager Antony Catalano. Catalano is the CEO of ACM.

ACM titles include The Canberra Times, Newcastle Herald, Illawarra Mercury, Border Mail, Wagga Daily Advertiser, Ballarat Courier, Bendigo Advertiser, Launceston Examiner and Burnie Lawyer.

This story ACM and CareerOne connect job seekers with local jobs first shown on The Canberra Times.

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