Video Chat with a Recruiter January 28th from 10 am to 5 pm:

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Meeting ID: 872 7842 0351

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Originally founded in 2000, SacJobs is the only locally owned job board focused exclusively on employment in the Sacramento Area. We are here to help employers and job seekers fill their employment needs.

Job Seeker features include: Upload resume and cover letter - Interactive video resume - Custom resume profile URLs - Instant email alerts  

Job seekers have many ways to find jobs and apply for them. Whether it's by using a quick search, advanced search or job agent, job seekers are matched with what they're looking for.

Upload resume and cover letter in Microsoft Word, PDF or text format. Set the privacy setting on each uploaded resume. Hide information from your profile, including name, phone number, email, photos, videos, and location.

Besides traditional resumes, job seekers can upload a video resume, which personalizes candidates to employers. Every candidate also receives a custom profile URL that can be distributed to employers.

Job seekers can set up a Job Agent by choosing location, category, and keywords. When a job is posted that matches the criteria, you will be notified promptly by email.

Employer features include: Applicant tracking - Upload jobs from an Excel file - Free screener questions to weed out unqualified candidates - Employer profile - Resume searching - Job Wrapping

Get alerts when a new job seeker signs up that matches your job criteria. Also, use an applicant tracking system within your account to manage jobs. Approving or declining candidates is easy. You can view everyone who has applied, or narrow down to see the applicants for a particular job.

Choose to upload jobs in bulk using comma, pipe, colon, semicolon, and tab-delimited files. This reduces job posting time significantly.

Screeners allow employers to create an unlimited number of questions that candidates must answer before their application is submitted. Questions can be multiple-choice, yes/no, a drop-down, or a free text field. The interface is straightforward and easy to use, and employers can create a template screener if they plan to reuse the same one for future job postings.

SacJobs welcomes your feedback. If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions please send them our way.