A new career center has been launched by the IEEE Broadcast Technology Society, designed to connect broadcast industry professionals across all disciplines and career stages with broadcast employers.
The new center, called the BTS Career Center, is designed to highlight the unique nature of members of this industry, said Ralph Hogan, president of the IEEE Broadcast Technology Society. “Our members are highly appealing to employers because they’ve demonstrated a commitment to the highest levels integrity and training,” he said. “Providing our members with opportunities for professional development and career growth are core to our mission to serve the broadcast profession.”
The BTS Career Center is being hosted by YM Careers, a provider of job websites and career centers for organizations that serve specialized members. The career center is also unique in that it offers broadcast industry professionals and employers additional benefits such as the ability for job seekers to post anonymous resumes, options for employers to reach out to passive job-seeking broadcast industry professionals who do not visit job boards, integration of job content into social media channels, and the integration of career resources, training and other benefits offered by IEEE Broadcast Technology Society to members.
The career center is in line with the IEEE Broadcast Technology Society’s mission: to enhance industry professionals’ knowledge by keeping them informed of the latest research results and industry trends, and provide enriching educational and networking opportunities.