Netchemia Intros SchoolRecruiter 2.0
Netchemia, a K-12 software developer, has announced version 2.0 of its SchoolRecruiter system. SchoolRecruiter is a Web-based tool used for tracking, recruiting, screening, interviewing, and hiring applicants in K-12 organizations.
SchoolRecruiter 2.0 adds a variety of functional and reporting enhancements, including job fair management, a new requisition system, and support for custom interviewer and reference questionnaires. Other new features include:
- Customized job application pages;
- Import of hired candidate information into payroll system;
- Support for job pooling/tracking;
- Customized permissions for accessing various parts of the SchoolRecruiter system;
- Specialized job application types, including substitutes, transportation, and volunteers; and
- Additional standard reports.
Netchemia said it will "officially" debut version 2.0 in October, with general availability slated for later this fall. The upgrade will be free for current SchoolRecruiter customers. More information can be found at the link below.
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