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Wine head hunter launches international service
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China, New Zealand, Spain, Argentina, France, Italy, Chile, Uruguay, South Africa, Australia and United States are the countries that were incorporated in the first international database of wine jobs of Andes Wines Communications.
After five years of compiling professionals' resumes of the agriculture/winemaking professionals of these countries launched this week the system. Winemakers, agronomists, commercial and civil engineers since February 2007 began to receive offers of work directly to their e-mail account thanks to their website http://www.andeswines.com
The last couple of years, the company has placed enologists/winemakers in prestigious wineries like Kendall Jackson or La Crema in California, and recently implemented the "Wine Head Hunter Service", which focuses in the search of work opportunities for professionals in the agricultural and winemaking field.
Recently, AndesWines.com got in charge of recruiting process of two Senior Winemakers for a Canadian Company, positions that placed them in a segmented area of the search of work system.
Nowadays, the professionals' database of the agricultural and winemaking item has resumes of wine related professionals from these eight countries that trusted with their confidentiality.
The most important detail of this initiative is the detection of great interest on behalf of foreign companies to have winemakers from Chile and Argentina, due to the experience achieved in the wine international market since, a great majority of the professionals has been employed before in New Zealand, Australia, France or Italy at prior vintages.
To optimize the search of opportunities of work, the professionals can access to a higher level like the Job Search System, that consists of looking for a specific work in any country that is in the wine network; emphasizing in The United States, Spain, Canada, Uruguay, England, Argentina, Chile, Italy and France.
Gabriela Luna Romano, representative of the company in Buenos Aires said, "This week we have been contacted by foreign professionals who is looking for job in South America as business managers or senior winemaker in Argentina or Chile, thanks to the high recognition of the wines of both sides of the andes mountain"
The professionals interested in being incorporated into the database, must send their English or Spanish resume to