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Why post jobs here?
The Texas Community Colleges Jobs Consortium connects job seekers educated and trained at Texas' community colleges with local employers, and simplifies the in-state hiring process. Posting jobs here makes Texas stronger!
Who sees my posting?
Anyone attending a Texas Consortium community college has access to the open jobs you've posted. Together, Texas' community colleges serve more than 800,000 undergraduates each year. Access is free for any enrolled student or alumnus/a of a Consortium institution.
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The Consortium is an online platform where employers can post job opportunities FREE of charge and reach skilled job seekers enrolled at the Consortium's institutions.
Job postings are instantly integrated into each institution's exclusively powered career office management platform and are immediately available to job seekers.
Each job seeker receives a personalized daily Job Alert consisting of all jobs that match their individual career path.
Job seekers view and apply to opportunities using their mobile devices, laptops, or computers.
You may not delete a job posting, but you may expire it by selecting the Expire icon, and confirming that action so it is no longer visible to job seekers.
To extend the deadline for a posting, click Post, Edit, Repost or Expire Job Postings in the Job Board section, and click the Edit button for the posting you want to extend. Change the expiration date. Then save your posting.
To remove a posting, click Post, Edit, Repost or Expire Job Postings in the Job Board section, and click the Expire icon for the posting you want removed. The Submission Deadline will be set to yesterday's date, which will remove the job posting from any job seeker searches.
Expired jobs are listed below currently active jobs and appear in red. Each expired job has a Repost icon associated with it. Click the Repost icon for the job, make any necessary changes to the posting, and click the Save Job Posting button.
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