For IT Job Seekers: Quick easy access to IT jobs located in across the country. A search engine at the top provides an opportunity to search by keywords such as job titles, description or technical skills. Find a job you like? Submit a cover letter and resume directly to the company and cut out the long periods of time that is wasted with snail mail. Browse jobs by specific city location.
The middle of the page has 10 featured jobs from across the country. The bottom of the page introduces job seekers to a featured company with a link to available positions within the said company.
Other features include resume resources where information can be gained on writing a resume for websites, common mistakes to avoid and IT resume tips. For example, when listing your education qualifications, don’t abbreviate your schools (i.e. UF for University of Florida, UM for University of Michigan, etc). Learn how to convert your existing resume to an ASCII Web Resume.
Perhaps one of the nicest features of the website is the ability to post your own resume online for employers to review. Fill out forms that include background information, job location preferences (up to 5 states) and technical skills. At the bottom of the page, paste your resume to make sure none of your IT skills are overlooked. The FREE resume submittal will be seen by permanent, consulting and contract employers across the country. Once submitted, users will receive emails that list jobs matching your submitted resume.
For IT Employers: Tired of hiring unqualified IT employees? The resume bank at Computerwork.com lets you pick and choose the candidates you want to interview. A nice feature lets you fill in your contact information and actually preview, for FREE, the member workstation and database before posting your job. Testimonials scroll the left side of the screen, detailing many businesses that have used the site with success.