Your members can post open job opportunities, which are then searchable by members. Members (candidates) can also post their resumes and indicate their interest in employment, which are then searchable by employers.
An association can tailor their job board by specifying the skills that a candidate might have or an employer might be looking for. This allows for a job board targeted towards the association's industry. In addition, necessary skills, applicable certifications and other association memberships that might be advantageous to a candidate or desired by an employer can be listed.
Employers can be members or non-member employers who are granted access to the system. If non-members are allowed, an employer registration feature can be displayed on the public side of the website. Once granted access, employers can list jobs and search for candidates. Multiple users can be connected to a common employer.
Job seekers (typically members) who want to use the job board can do so by using the search feature. From search, they can find jobs by keyword, by education level required, or by skills required. If the job seeker wants to be found by potential employers, they will want to update their profile. This will allow them to list the type of position they are looking for, and what skills they have acquired, and they will be able to upload a resume.
If a job seeker does not want to be found by employers (or by a specific employer), they will want to use the privacy settings. There are three privacy options: