Employer has indicated a specific occupation or occupations that he/she will be recruiting for in a local office and the date and time frame that they will be there.
Come check out one of the numerous Job Fairs offered where more than one employer will be at a location hiring for multiple job openings.
Workforce Solutions offers free job search seminars in its career offices and at community locations, such as public libraries, for individuals who would like to learn how to look for a job, write or revise a resume, interview and network, or use their job skills and experience in a new and different way.
Networking is not limited to who you know, it's learning how to find out about jobs that are not advertised and how to get your foot in the door. Learn to develop a list of contacts that can help you and create a marketing profile to promote your skills and abilities.
You've attended the Resume Seminar or have developed a professional resume on your own. Is your resume getting you in the door? Bring in your resume draft and have it reviewed at our Resume Lab. We'll give you advice for finalizing your professional resume.
The My Portfolio page consolidates all profile, resumé/application and job matching processes into one page which is easily accessed by you. You can update or change personal information, contact/additional information and your logon password.
The Resumé section allows you to build and enhance your resumé. The Resume Wizard is available to guide you through the process one step at a time or, if you choose, you may update each section individually. After registration, your resumé is available for employers to view.
The State of Texas Application section helps you prepare your State of Texas Application for applying to state agency jobs. Most information collected for the Resume section is populated on the State of Texas Application, but there is additional information required for the State Application which is collected through the State of Texas Application Additional Details page. You must complete the Additional Details page and select for your State of Texas Application to be made available to employers before state agency and university employers may view it.
The Job Matching section allows you to identify the different types of work and work situations that you are interested in. Once you have identified the work in which you are interested, that information is used to match your skills to jobs, and let employers match their jobs to you. Completing all items in this section will give you a complete matching profile and the best chance to match your skills with available jobs.