American Lawyer Media introduced its redesigned lawjobs.com Web site for jobseekers, employers and recruiters. Lawjobs.com (www.lawjobs.com) will provide users with new tools for identifying, tracking
and managing resumes, job opportunities and responses. Lawjobs.com, part of ALM's law.com network of Web sites for legal professionals, received more than 1.4 million visitor page views in April 2003.
The new lawjobs.com utilizes technology from CareerCast, a leading supplier of Web-based recruitment platforms and services for major media and employer job sites. New tools help jobseekers create
resumes and cover letters and allow them to perform flexible, detailed searches of the job database by job title, category and geography. Users can submit resumes confidentially, respond to multiple
openings at one time and create folders to track applications and responses from prospective employers. Search agent profiles can be defined to automatically inform jobseekers by e-mail when a
position that matches their criteria has been added to the job database. Advertisers can or revise lawjobs.com online job listings in less than one business day. Employers and recruiters can create
company/law firm profiles for candidates; track and report on both online ad viewing and responses for multiple listings using folders; and search the lawjobs.com online resume bank, scheduled to
launch this fall, to match job requirements with prospective candidates.