A government-branded jobs platform powered by CareerArc to match and push relevant jobs from hiring companies to job seekers through social media and mobile networks.
Push great job matches to job seekers, where they want them, when they want them
Seekers register just once and then receive alerts of jobs that are a great match for them as often as they choose and via whatever medium they choose. CareerArc sends job seekers matches via email, web, mobile or social media sites. Job alerts are sent instantly, daily or weekly, depending on a job seekers preference.
For job seekers, it's intuitive and easy to use
Levels the playing field by providing job seekers access on mobile, online, and social networks, including more than 10,000 custom job channels on Twitter
Leverages Facebook social connections to enable introductions to hiring companies
Offers extensive job-seeking resources, resume help, and engaging career assessment tools
Provides an integrated mobile solution
Take your jobs mobile
CareerArc' leading mobile solution leverages location-based services and augmented reality technology so that from their mobile phone, job seekers can:
Get immediate text alerts for jobs
Search and set their job preferences
View jobs nearby on a dynamic map
See jobs in street view by holding up their phone and looking around
Help small businesses better compete for talent while cutting recruiting time and expenses
Immediately after an employer posts their jobs, CareerArc' technology distributes the job everywhere to reach targeted job seekers. Tweets, emails, and text messages containing a newly posted job are automated instantly and delivered to the best-matched job seekers. An employer can even choose to automatically post the job to their Facebook page.
For employers, it's fast, secure, and easy to use
Provides no-cost access to the same social recruiting tools only large corporations can afford
Distributes jobs instantly to social, mobile, and local job seeker networks at the push of a button
Helps target key demographics such as veterans, youth, and hourly job seekers