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Whether you are ready for the next step in your career in a fun city, a chance live closer to friends and family, or a better place to raise your kids, we can help. Here's how 👇
 
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Our talent hub is a gateway to innovative ICR employers who are excited to add top talent from around the country to their team — at no cost to you!

Tell us a little about yourself and we’ll be in touch to share information about our partner employers. Have more questions? See our FAQ below!

FAQ

WHAT HAPPENS TO MY INFORMATION WHEN I FILL OUT THIS FORM?

First, we connect with you to learn more about you and your career aspirations. Then we add you to our database of uber-talented job candidates and look for matching opportunities from area employers. When there’s an open opportunity in your area of interest or expertise, we’ll share your resume with the employer.

HOW IS THIS DIFFERENT THAN A REGULAR RECRUITER?

We’re not paid for placement. Seriously.

WHY IS THIS FREE?

We’re a non-profit here to build the community. ICR is the best place on earth and we want you to be here to enjoy it!  (Sure we’re biased, but U.S. News and the experts tend to agree: Hereherehere, and here, among others.)

 

CAN I ASK YOU OTHER THINGS ABOUT MOVING TO ICR?

Sure, we can point you to resources for finding things like realtors, banks, or preschools. Consider us your concierge for all things ICR.

WHAT'S THE WEATHER LIKE?

Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 15°F to 85°F and is rarely below -4°F or above 94°F. The great thing about Iowa is it's known for it's four different seasons. The summers are long, and you will find a lot of Iowans cooling off by either fishing or sipping a cold brew while floating down Lake MacBride. If you dream about chestnuts roasting on an open fire or jack frost nipping at your nose in the winter, Iowa will not disappoint. Sure, last January hit -30* once. That was crazy. We promise it doesn't happen often.

The fall is ablaze with red, orange, and yellow leaves that you will never stop admiring as you walk to the nearby coffee house for your pumpkin spice-something. Or check out an Iowa Hawkeye Football game at Kinnick - just be sure to give the kids watching the game at the top level of the UI Stead Family Children's Hospital a wave at the end of the first quarter. In the spring, go take a hike! Yes, albeit it's a little different than hiking Camelback in Arizona, there are hiking trails in Iowa. Each trail provides a little different scenery, and you'll be rewarded with wildlife and plant life you won't see anywhere else in the country.

EXCITED TO GET STARTED?

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