GatorJobs, online applicant tracking system, is now live

Published: October 17 2006

Category:Announcements, InsideUF

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — GatorJobs, the University of Florida ’s new online applicant tracking system, is up and running. The system, which replaces e-Recruit, allows both internal and external applicants to UF to view job postings and submit applications online. GatorJobs is designed to increase efficiency and ease of the recruiting process with features that include e-mail notifications to applicants when positions are filled and the ability for search committees, interview committees and individual hiring managers to access applications with a single keystroke. Prospective employees also may check the status of their applications in real time.

More than 30 training sessions have been held for faculty and staff, with more than 600 employees undergoing training. A GatorJobs tutorial is available online at http://www.hr.ufl.edu/gatorjobs/recording/Intro_to_Gator_Jobs.html. The tutorial requires Flash.

To learn more about GatorJobs, visit the Web at www.hr.ufl.edu/gatorjobs/.

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Contact
Jaclyn Rhoads, jsrhoads@ufl.edu, 352-392-4626, Ext. 219

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