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TN Employer
TN Department of Labor and Workforce Development - June 2012
 

Database has the most Tennessee jobs on the Internet
Jobs4tn.gov
 

Tennessee employers now have greater flexibility in searching for qualified job candidates and are able to post their vacant positions more easily, the result of a new project developed by the Tennessee Department of Labor & Workforce Development and announced by Governor Haslam and Labor & Workforce Development Commissioner Karla Davis on May 14.

Bill Haslam
Governor Bill Haslam
  “With Jobs4TN Online, those without a job will have quicker and better access to job openings related to their skills, and as we work to make Tennessee an even better place to expand and start a business, we want to help employers find the employees they need.”

Called Jobs4TN Online, the system offers employers extensive online services in meeting their employment needs. In addition to posting jobs and searching for employees, employers can see labor market trends and jobs in demand, find schools that provide specific occupational training and learn how many students have completed the training, and explore labor force data using various criteria.

 
 
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Posting a Job Is Easy  
If you are an employer and wish to list a job opening, take a few minutes to register at www.jobs4tn.gov. The system will guide you through simple steps to post your position.  From the home page www.jobs4tn.gov, choose “Looking for Employees” under Business Solutions. Select “Manage Jobs” on the left side of the screen, then “Add New Job Order” at the bottom of the next screen.

Have the following handy and you’ll be set to post:
  • job title, location and contact person
  • skill sets for the job (employer can select from a list) and specific software or certification requirements
  • job order details, such as number of positions, number to refer, dates to display the job, whether full-time or part-time
  • job description, including hiring requirements, e.g., drug testing, background checks
  • minimum education and experience required
  • whether driver’s license is required
  • salary specifications
  • benefits
  • job application methods employer will accept, such as resume and/or application online; mail, phone, or in-person application

The process is straightforward and easy to use. Help guides – appearing as word bubbles on blue backgrounds – are available throughout the posting form. When you’ve finished the process, you are in full control. You can add or remove openings or change specifications to your listings at any time; changes are updated immediately.

 

 
Jobs4TN Online Can Be a Virtual Recruiter  
A virtual recruiter feature can refer applicants to you automatically. From the home page www.jobs4tn.gov, the employer selects “Looking for Employees” under Business Solutions, then “Candidate Search.” After the employer chooses criteria, the system displays candidates that match. At that point the employer can view résumés, and the system asks if he wants to save the résumé search; doing so triggers the Virtual Recruiter feature. The employer specifies how often he wishes to be contacted – e.g., once a day, once a week – and he will be sent résumés that match his job search at those intervals. Give it a try.  
   

Jobs4TN Online

Fast Facts

Post Jobs Anytime and Anywhere
Once you have completed employer registration you can post jobs 24/7 – at night and on weekends, whenever you want.

Other advantages to using Jobs4TN Online:


• Online aids for the posting process are available, such as pre-filled job descriptions;

• Jobs4TN Online focuses strictly on Tennessee jobs and has more jobs than any other online jobs site;

• A virtual recruiter feature can refer applicants to you automatically;

• You can ask for candidates to be ranked according to criteria most important to you and pull résumés with the highest rankings;

• The Jobs4TN Online database has more than 85,000 jobs from major job search engines, from job orders placed directly by Tennessee employers, and from corporate sites;

• Currently more than 8,500 job seekers are registered with Jobs4TN Online;

• We have gone from roughly 5,000 visitors a week on the old system to 25,000 with Jobs4Tn Online;

• Many graduates and program completers of Tennessee Technology Centers, community colleges, and career colleges are registered with Jobs4TN. The department has established partnerships with these Tennessee schools so career-ready students can be matched with employer needs.

Jobs4TN Online

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