WASHINGTON — The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) is hosting a 2017 Virtual Career Fair on February 9 from noon to 4 p.m. (ET) that will give employers access to a pool of talented social work professionals around the nation who are ready to take positions in health care, mental health care, the military, schools and other sectors.
This will be the third time NASW has hosted a Virtual Career Fair. Demand for the event from both employers and potential employees has been high.
“Social work is one of the fastest growing professions in the United States and the need for social workers is acute in some areas,” said NASW Director of Professional and Workforce Development Raffaele Vittelli. “This year’s Virtual Career Fair offers the use of technology to provide employers more ease and flexibility in connecting to the top talent within NASW and the social work profession.”
As an attendee, you have the ability to explore employer information and opportunities. Choose which employers you want to network and interview with and then engage in one-on-one text-based conversations or Skype video chats directly with a recruiter at those organizations. You can share your background, experience, resume and ask questions. Maximize your time in the event by getting in line to chat with representatives from more than one company at a time. Click Here for an Instructional PDF on how to use the Skype Integration with the Virtual Career Fair platform.
“Employers can use the Virtual Career Fair to discuss career growth at their organizations, quickly fill open positions, or enhance their brand by giving candidates access to their company,” Vittelli said.
Depending upon the booth level, employers can receive up to five recruiter positions. Recruiters can connect directly to job seekers through one-on-one instant messaging and video chats that employers can use to discuss career opportunities, determine if the candidate is a good match for the positions, and accept applications from job seekers.
Employers who register to take part in the Virtual Career Fair will receive a fully customized employer booth complete with their logo, images, open positions, videos and other information as well as job postings packages and discounts in the NASW JobLink. Job seekers can register for free and to have access to employers across the nation.
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