According to the National Restaurant Association's 2011 Restaurant Industry Forecast, annual restaurant sales are expected to reach a record $604 billion this year -- an aggregate sales increase of 3.6 percent over 2010. With America's restaurant industry on the brink of a comeback, Restaurant Management Recruiters (RMR), a specialized recruiting firm created to serve the executive and management recruiting needs of the restaurant industry, debuts RMR Mobile, a free mobile phone application delivering unprecedented access to confidential and rarely-advertised jobs available in the restaurant industry.
Recently released on iPhone, iPad and Android platforms, RMR Mobile allows users to create a profile focusing on their unique experiences, geographic preferences and career goals and to be alerted instantly via their mobile device when new matching job opportunities arise. Through RMR's proprietary technology, FastFill, anytime a new job opening is entered into RMR's database, the user is alerted immediately and given direct access to the recruiter managing the search.
"According to the Nielsen Company, more than 73 million people in the United States are using smart phones and projections are that one in two Americans will own such a device by December of 2011. This is clearly where we need to be recruiting to best serve our clients and candidates," reports Steve Gibson, principal partner of RMR. "Having RMR Mobile send an alert to users when new jobs become available gives these candidates tremendous advantage over the hundreds of similarly qualified people who want the same job. The best jobs routinely open and are filled within days. If you don't get there fast, you won't get there at all."
RMR Mobile uses FastFill technology, a proprietary, cloud-based application that allows RMR recruiters to keep in touch with the strongest management talent across the country and to quickly match these individuals with new opportunities that fit their professional backgrounds.
"Using RMR Mobile will give you the ability to keep an eye on new jobs available around you without having to fire off a resume to an unknown person," Gibson continues. "It's the perfect way to do the important business of watching out for those new opportunities that might change your life for the better."
For more information about Restaurant Management Recruiters, please visit www.rmradvance.com.