City of Dearborn Job Seekers Can Apply Online Starting Friday

The program will be available as part of new government and education software known as NEOGOV.

Dearborn’s Human Resources Department will launch a new software system to improve the hiring process for job seekers and personnel staff, the City of Dearborn announced Monday.

Job seekers will be able to quickly apply to positions via the city’s website at www.cityofdearborn.org/city-departments/human-resources/jobs starting Friday, March 1. Candidates will be able to apply for current vacancies. or submit an inquiry card to be notified of openings that become available within their area of interest.

In 2012, Human Resources partnered with NEOGOV, the nation’s largest cloud software for HR in government and education. Using this technology, HR and other departments can access online records to expedite hiring and provide even greater accountability when selecting new employees.

This new software streamlines the job search and application process for job seekers and will allow candidates to submit applications electronically.

It also allows hiring managers to more effectively create minimum qualifications to sort through a pool of applicants. With the new system, administrative and technical maintenance costs are reduced, as this workload is handled by the NEOGOV system.

“We believe the NEOGOV software will be more convenient for job applicants and streamline the process for city administrators who are committed to selecting the best candidates to serve the people of Dearborn,” said Al Wozniak, Human Resources administrator.

“This is an important step for the HR Department, and part of Mayor O’Reilly’s commitment to use technological solutions to increase efficiency,” he added. “We’re moving forward with this improvement with the approval of the Civil Service Commission and support of the City Council.”

The City of Dearborn now joins more than 1,000 organizations across the country that have instituted cutting edge online technology for personnel management.

This article was provided by the City of Dearborn.


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