WASHINGTON — The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) is hosting a 2016 Virtual Career Fair on February 9 from noon to 4 p.m. that will give employers access to a pool of talented social work professionals who are ready to take positions in health care, mental health care, the military, schools and other sectors. If you are a job seeker, you can register here.
“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. “NASW decided to partner with Brazen Connect to offer virtual career fairs in order to use technology to give employers more ease and flexibility in connecting to the top talent within NASW and the social work profession.”
This is a unique opportunity to recruit members of our organization all from the comfort of your home or office.
How it Works:
At the event, you will receive a fully customized employer booth, complete with your logo, images, open positions, videos and other information to make your career opportunities stand out!
During the live event, you will receive three recruiter seats, where recruiters will connect directly with job seekers in one-on-one chats to discuss career opportunities and determine if the candidate could be a good match for any openings. All job seeker participants in the event will be part of a diverse pool of talented professionals.
Who should attend the event?
- Employers seeking to chat one-on-one directly and candidly about your career opportunities
- Employers seeking to fill their pipeline and hire the top talent
- Employers wishing to enhance their brand by giving candidates access to their company
Employers can go to this link for registration information. Each employer will get three recruiter seats, and recruiters can connect directly to job seekers through one-on-one instant messaging chats and video chats via Skype that employers can use to discuss career opportunities and determine if the candidate is a good match for the positions.
“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.
The NASW Virtual Career Fair will connect your company with top talent from our vast community of professionals, representing all sectors around the country. The online format provides an easy, effective way to discover top talent from our community. If you value what this diverse community brings to the workforce, this is an event you’ll want to attend!
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