On December 15, Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers announced a countywide effort to assist job seekers and companies to keep talent local and preserve, build, and attract long-term partnerships with companies.
Unlike other online employment portals, this is a unique connector given its special focus to “Support SnoCo” by targeting and connecting Snohomish County employers with job seekers within the local community. SnoCoWork.com provides a no-cost resource to employers to post job openings and an opportunity for job seekers to directly connect with local companies.
On SnoCoWork.com, Snohomish County employers create an account, post open positions, engage with local applicants, and identify promising candidates. Only positions that are based in Snohomish County or can be performed from Snohomish County can be posted on the platform. Job seekers can create a profile, upload resumes, complete applications, engage with employers, and search for open positions.
The portal is opened to employers and on Wednesday, December 23, it will be available to applicants.
This project was a recommendation of the Snohomish County Economic and Workforce Recovery Taskforce and is funded by federal CARES Act resources.
Please click here to read the full press release from Snohomish County.