Ag Recruiter Highlights CCAs
If you're looking to hire a Certified Crop Adviser (CCA), AgCareerSpotter has a new online feature for you.
September 29, 2009
AgCareerSpotter is making it easier for employers to find the agronomy professionals they need. The recruiting Web site has recently added online search features that highlight Certified Crop Advisers (CCA) and allow employers to quickly find CCAs.
“When an employer is in need of a highly qualified agronomy professional, they look for the CCA designation, and the new features on AgCareerSpotter make that easy to do,” says Luther Smith, director of certification for the American Society of Agronomy (ASA).
CCAs have met exam, experience, education, and ethics requirements to become certified. The credential indicates the individual is qualified and lowers the risk exposure for a client or employer when hiring a CCA. AgCareerSpotter's new features allows employers to search for the name or simply look for the CCA logo.
Launched in early 2009, AgCareerSpotter.com is a simple and cost-effective recruiting resource designed for the agricultural industry. Through the use of this site, companies can easily and economically advertise open positions, and job seekers can quickly find employment opportunities that fit their backgrounds and experience.