Keyword: Posting Jobs (19 results)
Ability Jobs provides searchable resume and job postings capabilities for employers interested in recruiting candidates with disabilities. The database includes the resumes of tens of thousands of job seekers with disabilities, from entry level candidates to those with Ph.D.s.
Employers can use AbilityLinks to expand their applicant pool and identify qualified candidates with disabilities by posting jobs and reviewing resumes submitted through the website. The AbilityLinks website includes a dynamic database that has hundreds of current resumes.
American Job Center Network
The American Job Center Network is a source for employment information sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor and includes tools to help job seekers, students, businesses and career professionals. If you are an employer looking to hire people with disabilities and/or veterans with disabilities, use this website to find your local American Job Center by entering your zip code. Once you have found your local branch, ask for the the Disability Program Navigator (DPN) or the Local Veterans Employment Representative (LVER) to speak to them directly about qualified applicants with disabilities.
DisABLEDPerson.com provides searchable resume, job posting, recruitment, and compliance resources for employers.
Enable America is a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing employment among the 54 million Americans with disabilities. Employers interested in hiring people with disabilities can find resources on disability employment (such as Disability Employment 101), become involved in their local community, stay up-to-date on events, and post jobs.
Federal Jobs Net (Career Center)
This career center was created to help federal government job hunters find, apply for, and land government jobs. It was expanded to assist federal employees seeking upward mobility, career progression, and retirement planning assistance. Federal Jobs Net also includes comprehensive Postal employment information, information about overseas jobs, law enforcement opportunities, and detailed information on Veteran's benefits, handicapped employment options, and special emphasis hiring programs. Federal employers may post job opportunities on this site for people with disabilities.
GettingHired is a social networking community and job portal for the 23 million American job seekers living with disabilities. Services are available to employers on a subscription-only basis and include access and exposure to thousands of qualified job seekers and job matching.
Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC)
The Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC) is committed to helping jobseekers with disabilities find employment at colleges, universities, teaching hospitals, labs, government agencies, and associated employers. Visit the site today to search over 17,000 jobs at over 600 employers. From Accountants to Zoologists, and everything in between, HERC employers have a vast range of job opportunities.
HERC and the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) formed an alliance to promote employment of people with disabilities in the higher education community.
Hire Disability Solutions
Hire Disability Solutions connects employers to potential job candidates with disabilities through resume and searchable job postings.
Job Description Writer
This Job Description Writer developed by the American Job Center Network provides guidance on building meaningful job descriptions for hundreds of positions. It provides step-by-step statements on tasks, work activities, work context, skills and knowledge, and tools and technology that can be used to form the basis of job descriptions.
National Business & Disability Council
The National Business & Disability Council (NBDC) is a leading resource for employers seeking to integrate people with disabilities into the workplace and companies seeking to reach them in the consumer marketplace. Employers who become members can receive organization-tailored services to find talented job seekers with disabilities and interns with disabilities, access to information on affinity groups, technical assistance, and may participate in NBDC events. Some of NBDC's areas of expertise include ADA Compliance, building and product accessibility, reasonable accommodation, job analysis, recruitment, specialized equipment, career development and much more. Contact the membership department for details and pricing.
One More Way
One More Way is an open source employment initiative that makes information regarding Job Seekers with disabilities, and the programs that support them, available for use by hiring managers in virtually any industry across the country.
OPM Database of Candidates with Disabilities
The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) contracted Bender Consulting Services to recruit, screen and direct candidates with disabilities for consideration for federal employment in major metropolitan areas throughout the U.S. This database is accessible by all federal agencies' hiring managers and human resources personnel.
Projects with Industry
The Projects with Industry (PWI) program creates and expands job and career opportunities for individuals with disabilities in the competitive labor market by engaging the participation of business and industry. For more information and a national listing of Projects with Industry programs, please contact a Technical Assistance Specialist at 866.327.6669 or www.askEARN.org
Recruit Military is a veteran-owned and-operated firm specializing in military-to-civilian recruiting and provides resume search and job posting resources for employers. Recruit Military uses online and offline products to connect employers, franchisers, and educational institutions with men and women who are transitioning from active duty to civilian life, veterans who already have civilian work experience, members of the National Guard and reserve forces, and military spouses.
Think Beyond the Label
Think Beyond the Label an organization committed to making the business case for employing people with disabilities. They are a partnership of health and human service and employment agencies, coming together to build a uniform national infrastructure and approach that connects businesses to qualified candidates with disabilities. Employers can use this website to find their local service provider to find applicants with disabilities within their state and to find resources on the business case for hiring people with disabilities, myths and facts about employing people with disabilities, tax incentives, and best practices.
Think Beyond the Label Jobs Portal
Think Beyond the Label has a network that connects businesses, job seekers and the public workforce system to facilitate more streamlined collaboration between the public and private workforce system. Its online jobs portal offers you tools and resources to promote diversity and disability hiring; a connection point where businesses feature their jobs directly to qualified candidates with disabilities who can apply for those jobs online; and access to state and local resources where you can find more information about what’s available in your area.
WorkplaceDiversity.com is a job search web site for Corporate Recruiters who are seeking experienced diverse talent. This website creates a connection between companies that support diversity and experienced, distinct candidates by providing one location for recruiters to post open positions for a fee.
WRP: How to Submit a Job Posting
A new feature of the WRP allows federal employers to post internship and job openings and WRP students to view the openings as part of their search for temporary or permanent employment.