Green Startup Job Search Launched by Leading Green Job Search Engine


Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) August 31, 2011

TheGreenJobBank announced today the launch of a new service, which enables job seekers to find jobs at green venture-funded startup companies. These startups create an abundance of green jobs compared to most established companies. This is a hot job area, but the postings are scattered throughout the web. TheGreenJobBank puts these startup jobs in one place for the benefit of the job seeker.

This service includes two key components, a directory of green startups and a directory of the venture capitalists that back them. Among some of the fastest growing and most promising startups are EnerNOC, MiaSole, A123 Systems, OPower, Hara Software and Enphase Energy. Some of the most prominent green venture capital firms included in the directory are Khosla Ventures, VantagePoint Capital Partners, Rockport Capital, and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.

“The real growth in green jobs is happening within these pioneering companies. Many of them will become the leaders in their respective green fields,” said Bernard Ferret, founder of TheGreenJobBank. “Our new service is a great resource which enables people hunting for green jobs to learn about these exciting new companies, and to search their open positions, all in one place.”

More than one in five companies in TheGreenJobBank’s employer directory is a venture-backed startup. For many of them, still mostly unknown to the public, TheGreenJobBank is the only website where their open positions are listed. The new service is available at http://www.thegreenjobbank.com/job-seekers/green-startups.

About TheGreenJobBank
With over 10,000 current green job postings, http://www.thegreenjobbank.com is the leading search engine for green jobs. The search engine, which was launched in 2009, crawls the web daily to provide the freshest listings available from thousands of websites. The listings come from green employers, industry associations, non-profit organizations, trade associations, research labs, green recruiters, and green job boards. The site features a directory of hundreds of green employer profiles and green education programs, enabling job seekers to research easily the green companies for which they want to work. The service is free to job seekers, employers, and recruiters. Premium services are available to employers and recruiters.

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