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ArmyHire.com, Army Contracting Command's commercial recruiting Web site, recently received an Award of Distinction from the International Academy of the Visual Arts at the 16th Annual Communicator Awards in two categories; best interactive employment Web site and best interactive government Web site.

"We are honored to win this award which recognizes the hard work, focus, and collaborative nature of team ACC. An effort like this is only accomplished with the combined efforts of our content owners, content managers, and web support team," said Chief Information Officer, Gino Magnifico. "Truly, this reflects the pride and professionalism of this command and the people who populate it. This, like most awards, is a true team effort and as such we share this honor with the entire ACC team."

Armyhire.com announces job opportunities to individuals seeking employment with Army Contracting Command. ACC utilizes Armyhire.com as a major tool in its corporate strategy to grow its contracting workforce, a critical need throughout DoD.

The Communicator Awards is the leading international awards program recognizing creative excellence in the field of communication for communications professionals. It is an annual competition honoring the best in advertising, corporate communications, public relations and identity work for print, video, interactive and audio.

Armyhire.com allows individuals to go directly to the Office of Personnel Management's USAJobs.gov Web site. This is an indication of visitors who may have actually viewed the Armyhire Web site via USAJobs.

Prior to the Communicator Award, Army Contracting Command won a social media award for use of LinkedIn to increase the number of job applicants through Armyhire.com. LinkedIn is a business-oriented social networking Internet site with more than 67 million registered users worldwide. The Web site was redesigned by adding video as of May 27.

Visit www.armyhire.com to explore ACC's recruitment Web site.

Page last updated Fri June 25th, 2010 at 15:05