RENO, Nev. (September 20, 2019) EDAWN’s Work Live Play Reno Tahoe website recently launched with a fresh new look and a a more streamlined experience to search for career opportunities and community information about the Greater Reno-Sparks area.
WorkLivePlayRenoTahoe.com is a collaborative initiative to help recruit talented people who enjoy living in a vibrant community, with a great lifestyle and exciting career opportunities. With just a few clicks, website users can quickly navigate to company hiring sites, learn more about available jobs and upload a resumé.
Just click on a “thumbnail” picture of an industry category and the company logo to see a list of the current job openings. A new “Stats.” page provides up-to-date labor and job market data from EMSI and the new blog contains inspiring stories about people, places, and thing to do in Northern Nevada.
As an added service, job seekers can even start an email conversation with the WorkLivePlay coach, who can help upload resumés, answer questions about the community and direct job seekers to the right opportunities that best suit their skill sets and interest.
“The Reno-Tahoe are is changing and is more than just a vacation destination. It’s a place with an amazing lifestyle and where careers are made,” said Nancy McCormick, EDAWN Senior Vice President. “Job seekers can find out more by going to WorkLivePlayRenoTahoe.com.”
The WorkLivePlayRenoTahoe website has over 20,000 page views per month and is dedicated to helping job seekers access the information they need to know about our community, help them find new career opportunities and assist local companies to attract talent from within our community and from outside the State of Nevada.
The Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada is a private/public partnership established in 1983. They are committed to adding quality jobs to the region by recruiting new companies, supporting the success of existing companies, and assisting newly forming companies, to diversify the economy and have a positive impact on the quality of life in Greater Reno-Sparks. www.edawn.org
Nancy McCormick, EDAWN Senior Vice President
Business Retention, Expansion and Workforce Development