SFCC CAREER SERVICES LOVES TO HELP CONNECT EMPLOYERS TO JOB CANDIDATES
RESOURCES THAT MAY HELP:
YOUR NEW JOB ONLINE DATABASE FOR POSTING OFF-CAMPUS JOBS:
Free to service to employers
- To get started, go to https://sfcc-csm.symplicity.com/employers/ and sign up.
- You will get a response e-mail to verify you signed up and a link create a password.
- Then, you are set to go.
IF YOU ARE RECRUITING FOR AN UNPAID INTERNSHIP
U.S. Department of Labor laws require that the position is not replacing a regular employment position and that the primary purpose of the position is for the student to learn. YOU MUST INCLUDE IN YOUR POSTING WHAT YOU WILL TEACH THE INTERN ABOUT YOUR BUSINESS. More information on unpaid internship requirements is available at http://www.dol.gov/whd/regs/compliance/whdfs71.pdf.
RECRUITING ON CAMPUS:
POSTING FLYERS AND PROMOTING YOUR HIRING EVENTS. Career Services uses Social Media and a few physical bulletin boards to promote your postings and hiring events. Contact Career Services for assistance.
MEET JOB SEEKERS IN OUR BUSTLING CAMPUS CENTER AROUND THE LUNCH HOUR. We can arrange for a table in our Campus Center for you to meet students, faculty, and staff to inform them about your business and job openings. Just Contact Career Services.
BUSINESS HIRING EVENTS. Career Services will arrange a special promotional event and provide interviewing space to new businesses recruiting multiple employees.
THE SFCC FANTASTIC FUTURES COMMUNITY CAREER FAIR is an excellent place for recruiters to find and speak to great candidates, who are students, graduates, and community members. Our next career fair will be in April 2020. For more information and to get on our mailing list Contact Career Services
VETERANS & FAMILY APPRECIATION DAY RESOURCE & CAREER FAIR is a smaller venue than our spring career fair held in November by our Veterans Resource Center. For more information and to get on our mailing list Contact Career Services
OTHER USEFUL RESOURCES FOR EMPLOYERS:
SANTA FE SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER:
With local centers in 19 communities around the state, and the Lead Center in Santa Fe, the NMSBDC is a partnership of the US Small Business Administration, the state of New Mexico, the New Mexico Association of Community Colleges, the private sector….. and YOU!” Whether you have an established business or want to start a new one, you can obtain FREE, confidential assistance in these areas: Business planning, marketing, and financing International trade — import and export, Women and minority-owned business programs, Veterans information programs, Young entrepreneurs program. Free and low cost in person and online classes to help businesses grow and improve. SFCC hosts the Santa Fe office in our Higher Education Center at 1950 Siringo. For more information go to www.nmsbdc.org/santa-fe.aspx and sign up to receive informational e-mails and invitations to more helpful free and low-cost trainings and workshops than listed on their website.
SANTA FE BUSINESS INCUBATOR:
The Santa Fe Business Incubator, a nonprofit organization, promotes economic development in our community. They help entrepreneurs grow and prosper in our 30,000-square-foot facility.
A business incubator supports new and growing businesses under one roof, offering a wide range of business training, support programs, flexible leases, and shared equipment in a professional working environment.
Incubator companies form their own special community, fostering individual business success and benefiting the regional economy. Business success provides employment opportunities, diversifies the local economy, and enhances the quality of life for all residents. For more information go to http://www.sfbi.net/.
HIRE VETS MEDALLION CAMPAIGN
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announced it will establish the HIRE Vets Medallion Program to recognize employers who recruit, retain, and employ veterans, and who offer charitable services in support of the veteran community. The DOL is establishing the program under the Honoring Investments in Recruiting and Employing American Military Veterans Act, or HIRE Vets Act. Click here for more information.
There will be two levels of awards for large employers: (1) the Gold HIRE Vets Medallion Award and (2) the Platinum HIRE Vets Medallion Award. The DOL will establish similar awards for small and medium-sized employers. Criteria for these awards include:
- Percentage of employees who are veterans;
- Percentage of veteran employees who are retained;
- Establishment of veterans’ assistance and training programs;
- Employment of dedicated human resources professionals for veterans; and
- Income and tuition support for veterans.
WORK OPPORTUNITY TAX CREDIT
The New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions administers 9 programs that are especially appealing to employers by benefiting their bottom line through tax credits. The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) provides federal tax credits to employers who hire new employees from 9 targeted populations. Click here for more information.
FEDERAL BONDING PROGRAM
In 1966, the U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) created the Federal Bonding Program (FBP) as an employer job-hire incentive that guaranteed the job honesty of at-risk job seekers. Federal financing of Fidelity Bond insurance, issued free-of-charge to employers, enabled the delivery of bonding services as a unique job placement tool to assist ex-offenders, and other at-risk/hard-to-place job applicants (e.g., recovering substance abusers, welfare recipients, poor credits, etc.)
The bonds issued by the FBP serve as a job placement tool by guaranteeing to the employer the job honesty of at-risk job seekers. Employers receive the bonds free-of-charge as an incentive to hire hard-to-place job applicants as wage earners. The FBP bond insurance was designed to reimburse the employer for any loss due to employee theft of money or property with no deductible amount to become the employer’s liability (i.e., 100% bond insurance coverage).
Fidelity Bonding service delivery has been streamlined to take only a few minutes time, and efficiently serve the operational needs of local staffs who are already burdened by other paperwork and processing delays. Click here for more information. To apply for the Federal Bonding Program, please ensure that there is a verifiable job start date. Upon doing so, please contact Juan Diaz either by phone at 505-841-8444 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
SANTA FE HISPANIC CHAMBER OF COMMERCE:
The Santa Fe Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (SFHCC) serves as a catalyst and promotes organizational leadership which focuses on Hispanic entrepreneurship. It serves by securing and leveraging resources to advance the cause; promoting change by improving the economic well-being and vitality of Hispanics in the regional area, thereby empowering this community and enhancing economic status and other societal factors. For more information go to http://www.santafehispanicchamber.com/.
SANTA FE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE:
Since 1882, when the Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce was formed as the Santa Fe Board of Trade, the Chamber has been the voice of the region’s business community. While helping our over 1,200 member businesses secure their corporate futures, we’ve helped turn the Santa Fe area into one of the best places in the country to live, work and raise a family. This is accomplished through four main areas of focus: Creating a Stronger Local Economy, Promoting the Community, Providing Networking Opportunities, Representing Business Issues through Lobbying and Political Action. For more information go to http://www.santafechamber.com/.
MOUNTAIN PACIFIC ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES AND EMPLOYERS (MPACE)
The Mountain Pacific Association of Colleges and Employers (MPACE) is comprised of individuals in the career services and university relations industries. Our members range from Career Center Directors and counselors to recruiting teams and human resources staff, among other folks sharing a common interest in placing students in career positions. For more information, go to www.mpace.org.
CONTACT CAREER SERVICES at email@example.com, 505-428-1406.