(Santa Ana) - The County of Orange is taking its first steps into e-recruiting for new employees. And tomorrow morning, Supervisor Todd Spitzer will demonstrate the County's new virtual job application with Santiago Canyon College students at 11 a.m., February 9 at Santiago Canyon College, Room U118. SCC President Mark Rocha will participate in the hands-on demo.
"It's fast and efficient," said Spitzer. "The virtual job application provides an easier, more time-efficient way to apply for County jobs and gives us the potential for ongoing, nationwide recruitment for all jobs via the Internet."
The demonstration will feature a detailed look at the application and virtual recruitment techniques. Technology and human resources experts will be available for Q & A.
The virtual job application is the County's first major step toward e-recruitment in the job market. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (http://stats.bls.gov/), 90 percent of job seekers are employed; 80 percent of them have access to the Internet. The virtual job application will make it easier for the County to reach those job seekers.
Supervisor Todd Spitzer and representatives from the County and SCC
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