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CatholicJobs.com Relaunched by Sacred Heart Media

CLEVELAND, OHIO (APRIL 25, 2012) – Sacred Heart Media is pleased to announce the relaunch of CatholicJobs.com. For over eight years, CatholicJobs.com has been the leading publisher of job listings focused on Catholic schools, churches, hospitals, ministries, and other religious or pro-life organizations. With over 250,000 pageviews a month, employers often receive dozens of serious inquiries from prospects, while job seekers have hundreds of openings to consider.

Since 2003, CatholicJobs.com has relied on word-of-mouth and search engine referrals to grow. The relaunch begins an aggressive new marketing campaign with the goal of doubling its user base by the end of the year. Soon, Catholics across the nation will learn of CatholicJobs.com from Catholic newspapers, magazines, radio, websites, church bulletins, and job placement services.

The relaunch also brings a host of new features to the website, including a re-imagined user interface and integration with LinkedIn, the world’s largest online network of professionals.

“There’s no reason why Catholic organizations should have to spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars on recruiting someone, “ said Sacred Heart Media president and lead developer, Tim Harrison.
“Faithful Catholics are eager to work for the Church. It’s simply a matter of connecting them.”

Eric Dill, the Director of Human Resources for the Diocese of Metuchen, New Jersey, had this to say: “For nearly five years, we’ve relied on CatholicJobs.com as an important part of our recruiting strategy. The site is extremely easy to use, is cost effective and has enabled us to successfully source qualified candidates who meet our unique job requirements. CatholicJobs.com is a terrific alternative to advertising in the secular press and other job-posting sites such as Monster. I recommend them with enthusiasm.”

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