ESCANABA — With the addition of Bay de Noc Community College, Michigan employers looking for job-ready talent can now reach even more colleges through the Michigan Community Colleges Jobs Consortium, powered by College Central Network.
CollegeCentral.com/miccjobs allows all employers, large and small, public and private, to register once and then post unlimited jobs to Michigan community college students and alumni.
It’s a helpful resource for employers hiring in the current climate, whether students are taking classes virtually or in person.
Employers who post jobs today can simultaneously reach tens of thousands of job seekers statewide from Delta College, Grand Rapids Community College, Jackson College, Kellogg Community College, Lake Michigan College, Monroe County Community College, Mott Community College, North Central Michigan College. , Oakland Community College, Schoolcraft College, Wayne County Community College District, now Bay College.
“With a wide range of career paths, two campuses located in Escanaba and Iron Mountain, and clinical sites throughout the Upper Peninsula and beyond, Bay College has the talent Michigan needs to sustain growth and momentum. of its economy, Justin Izzard, director of IT at Bay College, said.
“Without a doubt, the Michigan Community Colleges Jobs Consortium makes it easy for Michigan employers to expand their recruiting to the Upper Peninsula. In turn, Bay students and alumni gain access to employment opportunities with employers seeking local talent. Our students are qualified, job-ready, and eager to enter Michigan’s workforce directly,” he added.
“Employers need to target job postings” Joy Miller, National Sales Manager of CCN’s Career Services Central, explains: “With the Consortium, not only can employers sign up once to post job vacancies for free, but every day our employment agent matches and emails job postings to job seekers. Michigan community colleges, based on their profiles. This simplifies the recruitment process. Additionally, with a single assignment, employers can go statewide or target a specific combination of regional Michigan community colleges.
Career Services Central is the exclusive online career management platform for career centers at all Consortium participating schools.
“Community colleges can have a big impact on the state‘s economy. The Michigan Community Colleges Jobs Consortium website makes it easy for employers to recruit local entry-level talent by removing as many barriers as possible, simplifying the hiring process. This is particularly important given the continued need of employers for highly qualified candidates,” said Miller.