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Employ Florida Marketplace

Employ Florida Marketplace

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  1. Employ Florida Marketplace Lesson Two: Conducting a Job Search

  2. Understand Job Orders in the Employ Florida Marketplace (EFM) system • Review how job seekers can use EFM to look for work • Review how staff can use EFM to help job seekers look for work Objectives

  3. What is a Job Opening? • A single job vacancy that an employer intends to fill Job Orders in EFM

  4. What is a Job Order? • Structured records of an employer’s requirement for filling vacant positions with qualified workers Job Orders in EFM

  5. A Job Order must contain the following • Qualifications a worker must have to perform the duties • Specific hiring requirements • Information about the job or jobs • Information on how to apply for the job Job Orders in EFM

  6. How are Job Orders entered in EFM? • Some Job Orders are entered by the employer in the EFM system • An alert is sent to staff to review the Job Order once an employer enters it in the system • Some Job Orders are entered by Regional Workforce Board (RWB) staff at the request of the employer Job Orders in EFM

  7. There are three types of Job Orders posted in EFM • Unsuppressed • Visible to the public and often tell job seekers how to apply for the job • Suppressed • Visible to the public but with limited information and requires staff prescreen job seekers prior to referral • Staff View Only • Not visible to the public and requires a staff referral Job Orders in EFM

  8. Why is this important? • How the Job Order is coded impacts your job seeker customer’s ability to apply for the job • If the Job Order is “Unsuppressed”, the job seeker customer simply follows the directions in the Job Order to apply for the job • If the Job Order is “Suppressed”, the job seeker customer must be referred to the employer by a RWB staff member • If the Job Order is “Staff View Only”, the job seeker will not see the Job Order at all Job Orders in EFM

  9. There are several ways for a job seeker to look for work using EFM • In this example, the job seeker is looking for work independently of staff assistance • The job seeker is not registered or signed into EFM • The job seeker may not see all information because he/she is not signed in to EFM Job Searching in EFM

  10. In this example • A job seeker will sign into the EFM system • Search for job openings in EFM Job Searching in EFM

  11. Staff assisted job search • Staff can help job seekers find job openings through the staff screens • Staff log in • Staff can help job seekers find job openings that match a variety of options Job Searching in EFM

  12. Conclusion