Options for Finding Job Candidates and Reviewing Resumes
Employers can easily access several online resource to find, screen and review resumes from jobseekers, check out these resources:
Many businesses in Yakima County look for prospective employees at WorkSource, Washington State’s public one-stop center for jobseekers and employers. WorkSource maintains on online resume bank. Employers must register before they can post jobs or review resumes. To learn more about WorkSource resources for employers, click here.
WorkSource also maintains offices in Yakima, Sunnyside, and Toppenish. Employers can interview candidates and access other similar support services at these facilities.
Listed below are various online job boards you may consider when you want to find candidates for your job openings:
Online Job/Resume Boards
There are several online job boards that promote employment opportunities and job seeker resumes.
The Yakima Herald Republic website features area job listings as well as a resume bank.
To learn about job posting/candidate screening options on this site, click here
YakimaValleyJobs.com is a part of the Workin.com
network of locally focused job sites.
To learn about job posting and resume database options on this site, click here
Yakimahelpwanted.com is part of onTargetJobs, Inc. The company operates over 350 local online job boards in the U.S. and Canada.
To learn about resume subscription services available through this site, click here
Jobs.net is part of careerbuilder.com, the nation’s largest online job site.
To learn about their national resume database subscrtiption, click here
is one of the United State’s largest online commercial job boards. To learn about their searchable resume databases, click here
is also one of the largest job boards in the country. To learn about searchable resume databases on this site, click here
Yahoo Hot Jobs
maintains a national job board. To learn about searchable resume databases on this site, clickhere
is a little different than the job focused boards listed above in that it provides job seeker advice, career counseling and other resources in addition to maintaining a job board. To see a range of employer services available through Vault, click here
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