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New Tools Launch to Help Hire Climate Professionals and Auto Mechanics

New Tools Launch to Help Hire Climate Professionals and Auto Mechanics

We are constantly on the lookout for new recruiting technology to help employers keep the talent pipelines full. Two new companies have launched recently. One helps you recruit auto mechanics and service people for auto dealerships while the other focuses on climate careers.

Here's a look;, a global climate career platform with the mission to get 100 million people working in climate by 2030, recently announced the launch of its mobile app on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. The free app offers unique, insider access to climate professionals and hiring managers at top climate tech companies, facilitating direct connections between climate employers and prospective talent.

The app also allows users to apply for's highly sought-after and extremely effective climate fellowships. The release brings climate jobs, learning, and a vibrant community together in a single all-encompassing platform, making the ideal starting point for the burgeoning base of professionals looking to build their careers in climate.

"The time is now and the climate crisis is not waiting, nor will it fix itself," said Anshuman Bapna, co-founder and CEO of "We are on the precipice of real change—both the industry and talent have woken up to the impacts of the crisis and the hard work that is required. Opportunities abound in every corner of the world and within every aspect of society.'s mission is now more relevant than ever; with funding closed and a new app launched, we are ready to run at warp speed to contribute to solving this crisis."

WrenchWay is a new recruitment app/website for the auto industry. It give techs an insider's view of dealerships' operations, equipment, pay levels, company culture and other pertinent information. 

Dealerships pay a $150 monthly fee to be listed as a Top Shop, but the listing is much more in-depth than a typical job-board post. Dealers are required to include specific information before posts are accepted, including pay levels for technicians, workplace amenities offered (think air conditioning and heating) and available equipment, he says.

Job postings must include videos that show what the shop looks like as well as interviews with technicians and fixed ops management who talk about what it's like to work in their shops.

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