Archive for August, 2012

Rethink adds management jobs in Tampa

Sunday, August 26th, 2012

Rethink Training, an online training platform developed by Studio98 of Clearwater, Florida, has recently added management jobs in Tampa, among other job titles.

ReThink allows companies to create and deliver customized interactive courses to all employees.

The company said has hired four new employees in the last year and has plans to add more staff in 2012.

Effective training can further enhance job growth and corporate vitality, making it easier for Tampa Bay companies that are adding staff to keep those employees in the long-term and help them flourish, according to Rafferty Pendery, CEO of Studio98.

Agency hiring for public relations jobs in Tampa

Monday, August 13th, 2012

A Tampa marketing agency is currently hiring for public relations jobs in Tampa.

The company, Bluegrass Interactive, relayed their expansion and growth to 83degreesmedia.com in an interview and article.

It plans to double the number of employees it has before the end of the year.

The company is looking to fill account/business development managers, marketing and PR positions, as well as support positions.

The digital marketing agency was founded in 2010. It has offices around the globe, including in New York, Los Angeles and Australia.

Bluegrass HQ is in the Bay Area. Their Florida office is located at 4343 Anchor Plaza Parkway, Suite 230, in Tampa.

“The founders of BlueGlass saw this as the best place to grow their business because the area has tremendous talent, low cost of living, and easy access to the airport,” says Chris Winfield, Chief Marketing Officer of BlueGlass told 83degreesmedia.com. “Not to mention that it

Hospitality jobs in Tampa increase

Tuesday, August 7th, 2012

New data posits that hospitality jobs in Tampa have increased.

According to Simply Hired’s August 2012 Employment Outlook, job openings increased in 14 of 18 industries in July, with hospitality (11%) and non-profit (9%) showing the largest amount of growth. Industries that decreased in job openings include retail (-6%), construction, media and manufacturing (all -2%, respectively).

The index also reported a 4.5 percent increase in nationwide job openings month-over-month and a 9.9 percent increase year-over-year.

Job openings increased in all 50 of the major metros. Grand Rapids (9%) and Cleveland & Akron and Salt Lake City (both 8%, respectively) experienced the largest increases. Metro area job competition also improved slightly for job seekers in Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, and Houston.

Occupations experiencing the largest growth in job openings were law enforcement, fire and safety (15.8%) and engineers (excluding computer) (14.1%). The only occupation experiencing a decline month-over-month was educators (-2%). In addition, the nation