Carolinas AGC Website:
As a member courtesy, Carolinas AGC maintains a file of "Positions Available" and "Seeking Employment".
Listings will be maintained for 4 weeks.
Example for Position Available:
Example for Seeking Employment:
To submit a listing call, fax, or email your request to: Sharon Walters (704)372-1450 ext. 5212 or FAX to (704)332-5032 or Email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
CAGC Foundation & Hero 2 Hired
Carolinas AGC Foundation is excited to promote Hero 2 Hired (H2H) for direct access to veterans who are qualified employee candidates with background checks and security clearances. Joining H2H also helps you reduce recruiting and hiring costs.
The goal of the program is to reduce the number of Reserve Component members who are unemployed by helping them find jobs. Support is provided through the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program to Reserve Component Combat Veterans who require employment assistance.
Please take a moment to review the H2H web site and join TODAY!
Quote from Vernon Jeter, CAGC HR Committee Chair and HR Director, W. B. Moore on H2H
"Hero2Hired gives employers unlimited free job postings with automatic response notifications and powerful search functionality in a database that translates military experience into matching civilian jobs. It is the quickest way for small employers on a tight budget to create an effective on-line presence, which, when coupled with free industry specific networking opportunities makes recruiting easier. Look them up at www.H2H.jobs/employers and join today!"
NCWorks Online - NC Department of Commerce
CAGC Lobbyists Dave Simpson and Berry Jenkins recently met with NC Department of Commerce representatives to get a preview of a new tool that could be helpful for CAGC members in searching for potential new employees.Read more information available at www.ncworks.gov:
North Carolina's new integrated workforce system offers employers powerful new tools in their search for employees - at no cost to them.
NCWorks Online made its debut in August 2013, replacing nine older state-run systems, including the former job-search website NC JobConnector. The new one-stop virtual system was developed by Geographic Solutions of Florida and is run and owned by the N.C. Department of Commerce's Division of Workforce Solutions.
Features include the ability to analyze real-time information on the labor market, including wage projects and industry trends. Posting jobs is easy, and employers are able to save posts - in case of turnover - as well as their favorite candidates. The advanced job-matching tools match the skills required by businesses with those of applicants, making it easy for employers to see which candidates are the most qualified for a position. Businesses can also search for candidates based on their educational experience and even their status as veterans. State employees at the division's local workforce offices are available for customer assistance.