As an employer, you need a better way to sort through thousands of job seekers with the right skills to help your organization stay competitive. Our services can help you find the right candidate for your job opening and help you reduce your turnover costs.
How do we do it?
Our database categorizes each job seeker into certain occupational categories, based on skill sets, credentials, and interests. You can search for candidates by occupational category to narrow the list of candidates you wish to contact. In addition, we can do a skills analysis on your job opening and match it to the skills assessments that were done with job seekers. This provides a better job match between you and the candidates.
Labor Market Information
Economic Research and Analysis Bureau (ER&A) is the principal source of labor market information for the state. ER&A collects, analyses, and disseminates this data in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) and the Employment and Training Administration (ETA).
Search for Talent
As an employer, you need a better way to sort through thousands of job seekers with the right skills needed to help your organization stay competitive. Our services can help you find the right candidate for your job opening and help you reduce your turnover costs. Get connected with one of our business development managers to search by area, occupation (e.g. Accountant), occupational group, minimum and maximum educational levels, or by veteran status.
Write a Job Description
The O*NET Program is the nation’s primary source of occupational information. Valid data are essential to understanding the rapidly changing nature of work and how it impacts the workforce and U.S. economy. The O*NET database contains hundreds of standardized and occupation-specific descriptors on almost 1,000 occupations covering the entire U.S. economy. The Toolkit for Businesses contains examples and case studies illustrating how O*NET information can help you with writing job descriptions or helping employees identify necessary skills for advancement. Let us help you leverage this toolkit to optimize your job postings.
Post Jobs for Free
Let New Mexico Workforce Connection connect you to New Mexico’s skilled workforce. If you need to hire workers, post your jobs on the New Mexico Workforce Connection Online System at no cost to you. Everyday, job seekers search our database for their next career opportunity. Staff is also available to connect employers with qualified job seekers. One of our business development managers will help get your job posted.
If you have employees, a big part of your business’s success is training your new employees and existing employees with the skills and knowledge that are required for their jobs. There are two different reimbursement programs offered by New Mexico Workforce Connection: On-the-Job Training and Customized Training, with reimbursements of 50% and 75% available.
Hire a Veteran
There are many benefits to hiring a veteran. Military members are trained to be leaders. They have strong work ethics, and the proven ability to learn new skills and concepts. Veterans received special training and education, and can enter your workforce with transferable skills proven in real-world situation. In addition to the many skills a veteran can bring forth, you may qualify for special tax credits by employing a veteran.
Training Reimbursement Brochure:
Adult/Dislocated Worker Program
Ericka Van Eckhoutte
Office: (505) 566-4263
Adult/Dislocated Worker Program
Office: (505) 226-4462 Cell: (575) 707-3890
Phone: (505) 510-0557 Cell: (505) 879-7828