Just a quick note to let people know that we’ve upgraded Poker Job Search so that employers can post their own jobs and job seekers can upload their resumes and make themselves available to be searched for by employers.

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Of course, you can still use the site without sharing any of your information but if you would like employers to be able to find you by resume keywords, skills, or other search criteria, this functionality is now available. You can also set your resume page to private which will keep it out of searches but still make it available if you are applying for a job via Poker Job Search.

There is no charge for posting a resume and employers only pay a small listing fee to post their job vacancies.

So if you’re looking for new opportunities in the online poker market or are an employer looking for talented team members, check out Poker Job Search.

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Bill Rini has been working in the online poker industry since 2004. He was a product manager for poker at Full Tilt and was the poker room manager at PartyPoker. Currently, Bill is the Head of Online Poker for WSOP.

 

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