Hirezon Announces the Launch of HirezonJobs.com – the World’s First Pay-Per-Job-ATS™

HirezonJobs Pay-Per-Job-ATS™ empowers Search Committee and Human Resources in small colleges and universities to make the best hiring decisions without the need of expensive software

Westborough, MA – April 10, 2015

Hirezon Corporation announces the launch of HirezonJobs.com, the world’s first Pay-Per-Job-ATS™ (Applicant Tracking System) designed for small colleges and universities.

According to Naray Viswanathan, PhD, President of Hirezon Corporation, the HirezonJobs.com Pay-Per-Job-ATS™ enables members of Human Resources (HR) or Academic Affairs to post a job listing in multiple marketing venues including the college’s / university’s website, online job boards, print media, as well as any specialized Listserv’s. The HirezonJobs Pay-Per-Job-ATS™ manages all applications; allows all search committee members and HR staff to review applicants’ files; and provides committee with powerful hiring tools to assist with each step of the selection process. The system also includes meaningful metric reports (including affirmative action data, applicant sourcing, cost-per-hire, time-to-fill, etc.) that are generally available to large universities with expensive software.

Through HirezonJobs Pay-Per-Job-ATS™ applicants can apply online, provide all supporting documents (including CV/Resume, Cover Letter, Reference Letters, Teaching Philosophy, etc.) and check the search status – all from their respective account dashboards.

HirezonJobs Pay-Per-Job-ATS™ offers simple and flexible pricing options based on an institutions’ need. Colleges pay a one-time fee of $499 for the entire duration of a single search with unlimited users and unlimited applicants to apply. Other packages include the ATS-5 bundle (5 searches) and ATS-10 bundle (10 searches) which are available for $1500 and $2500 one-time fee respectively.

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