Job Orders in EFM

Report
Employ Florida Marketplace
Lesson Two: Conducting a Job Search
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Understand Job Orders in the Employ
Florida Marketplace (EFM) system

Review how job seekers can use EFM to
look for work

Review how staff can use EFM to help job
seekers look for work
Objectives

What is a Job Opening?
◦ A single job vacancy that an employer intends
to fill
Job Orders in EFM

What is a Job Order?
◦ Structured records of an employer’s
requirement for filling vacant positions with
qualified workers
Job Orders in EFM
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A Job Order must contain the following
◦ Qualifications a worker must have to perform
the duties
◦ Specific hiring requirements
◦ Information about the job or jobs
◦ Information on how to apply for the job
Job Orders in EFM
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How are Job Orders entered in EFM?
◦ Some Job Orders are entered by the employer
in the EFM system
 An alert is sent to staff to review the Job Order
once an employer enters it in the system
◦ Some Job Orders are entered by Regional
Workforce Board (RWB) staff at the request of
the employer
Job Orders in EFM
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There are three types of Job Orders posted in
EFM
◦ Unsuppressed
 Visible to the public and often tell job seekers how to
apply for the job
◦ Suppressed
 Visible to the public but with limited information and
requires staff prescreen job seekers prior to referral
◦ Staff View Only
 Not visible to the public and requires a staff referral
Job Orders in EFM
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Why is this important?
◦ How the Job Order is coded impacts your job
seeker customer’s ability to apply for the job
 If the Job Order is “Unsuppressed”, the job seeker
customer simply follows the directions in the Job
Order to apply for the job
 If the Job Order is “Suppressed”, the job seeker
customer must be referred to the employer by a
RWB staff member
 If the Job Order is “Staff View Only”, the job
seeker will not see the Job Order at all
Job Orders in EFM
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There are several ways for a job seeker to
look for work using EFM
◦ In this example, the job seeker is looking for
work independently of staff assistance
◦ The job seeker is not registered or signed into
EFM
 The job seeker may not see all information
because he/she is not signed in to EFM
Job Searching in EFM
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In this example
◦ A job seeker will sign into the EFM system
◦ Search for job openings in EFM
Job Searching in EFM
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Staff assisted job search
◦ Staff can help job seekers find job openings
through the staff screens
 Staff log in
 Staff can help job seekers find job openings that
match a variety of options
Job Searching in EFM
Conclusion

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