4/23/2019 | 1 MINUTE READ

Orderfox Collaborates with CNC Jobs Inc. to Launch Career Center

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The Career Center is meant to increase the ability of companies to find qualified people to fill vacant positions within their companies.

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Orderfox.com, a digital platform connecting buyers and CNC manufacturers with RFQ and procurement functions, has formed a partnership with CNC Jobs Inc., a U.S. recruitment firm, to launch the Orderfox Career Center. 

The Career Center is meant to increase the ability of companies to find qualified people to fill vacant positions within their companies. Users can search across various levels of manufacturing experience, from entry level to C-level, from engineers to operators. 

CNC Jobs Inc. applies its screening practices to ensure the best possible match between those looking for jobs and employers in search of qualified candidates. On Orderfox.com, users can not only look for new jobs but also place, publish and manage open job posts. The Career Center interface is user-friendly, with predefined selection fields and filters simplifying the job posting process.

“The shortage of qualified employees within the manufacturing sector is real. It’s not just a United States concern, but a global issue,” says Brian J. Smith, president of Orderfox.com America. “Unfortunately, the manufacturing sector is not seen as a glamorous or secure industry, and younger generations are not studying or training to work in these fields. By adding CNC Jobs Inc. as a partner on Orderfox.com, we are trying to combat those notions, change perception, and help grow manufacturing in the United States by providing access to immediate opportunities.”

“We found the ideal partner to help the CNC industry grow in the United States,” says Blake Lawson, president of CNC Jobs Inc. 

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