January 13, 2022

National Association of Social Workers Launches New Job Board Powered by Web Scribble

Troy, NY - September 14, 2020 - National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and Web Scribble announce their partnership to launch an upgraded job board to better connect their members with new career opportunities.Â

Web Scribble and the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) have officially announced their partnership to launch an upgraded job board, NASW Job Board, to efficiently connect their members with relevant and desirable career opportunities.

NASW members now have access to advanced search capabilities, instant job alert email notifications and more. With these added benefits, the National Association of Social Workers is now able to offer a member-centric platform to meet the professional development needs of their members. The NASW Job Board now looks and feels like an extension of their brand, creating a positive member experience and a more user-friendly interface.Â

Web Scribble's advanced job board technology is optimized for desktop and mobile devices, offers upgraded search features, actionable analytics and application tracking for both job seekers and employers.

"We're excited to partner with the National Association of Social Workers to deliver an upgraded job search experience for their members and improved performance for employers. We are looking forward to helping grow the Job Board and connecting social workers with their career growth," says Alexey Gutin, CEO of Web Scribble.

Founded in 1955, the National Association of Social Workers is the largest membership organization of professional social workers serving more than 120,000 members every year. NASW works to enhance the professional growth and development of its members, create and maintain standards of the social work profession, and to advance sound social policies. With an upgraded, intuitive job board, members can now take advantage of the centralized location for career development and advancement in the social work profession.

"The purpose of NASW's Career Center is to support social work professionals in their careers, from graduation to retirement. NASW's Job Board is its core component, connecting our members with thousands of job opportunities across all fields of social work and all levels of experience."

After an extensive search, we decided to partner with Web Scribble. We believe the platform offers a unique set of features specifically designed to efficiently connect our members to their ideal job opportunities.

- Raffaele Vitelli, Vice President
Professional Education and Product Development at the National Association of Social Workers.

Employers using the newly upgraded NASW Job Board can use advanced recruitment strategies such as resume database access, automatic resume alert emails, and spotlight job and featured company designation to easily find their next new hire. Employers can take advantage of increased job post exposure options through the monthly Job Watch email newsletter sent to 107,000+ NASW members and affiliates to reach both active and passive candidates. This targeted email blast will help employers get their open jobs directly in front of highly qualified candidates and make new hires faster than ever before. Employers will continuously turn to the NASW Job Board for their recruiting and hiring needs as this highly qualified talent pool will prove to be an invaluable resource.

The new NASW Job Board can be found at

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