Pamela Bailey writes "Alameda, CA and Brussels, Belgium ñ October 28, 2004 ñ The European Nanobusiness Association (ENA), an industrial and trade organisation founded to promote the professional development of the emerging business of nanotechnology at the European level, announced today the launch of a Career Center that focuses on European jobs in nanotechnology. The job center will be hosted by tinytechjobs and can be found at: http://www.nanoeurope.org. more….
Tim Harper, Executive Director of the ENA explained "until now there has been no single career resource specifically focused on European nanotechnology. The partnership with tinytechjobs allows both job seekers and employers to specifically, and uniquely, target Europe."
Pamela Bailey, President of tinytechjobs says, "the ENA Career Center will provide global visibility for European nanotechnology jobs in industry, government, and academia."
Employers may post jobs for positions located in Europe at no charge until the end of 2004. Job seekers can register to apply for jobs, submit their CVs to be reviewed by potential employers, or set up job agents to be notified of new postings as they occur. All job seeker services are free.
tinytechjobs is a unique career web site focused on jobs in nanotechnology, microtechnology, biotechnology, and information technology. The site also contains many resources, including education and research information and links, a database of company information, a calendar of industry events, and links to journals, associations, and societies. For more information, visit http://www.tinytechjobs.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Founded in 2002, the European NanoBusiness Association is a Brussels based non profit organization dedicated to promoting a strong and competitive European nanotechnology based industry. Established by leading players in European nanotechnology, the European NanoBusiness Association provides a forum to link, inform and enable European nanotechnology companies, from start-ups to multi-nationals."