The Job Placement Center provides employment resources for employers, students and the Marin Community.
The College of Marin’s Job Placement Center was established in 1926 to offer students, alumni and community members resources for finding temporary, part-time and full time jobs in Marin County.
College of Marin’s Free Online Job Search Manager – NACElink powered by Symplicity
College of Marin’s free service together with the NACElink Network, one of the largest recruiting networks of colleges and career centers, provides local, national and international employment opportunities. Once registered, students and alumni may view local, national and international job opportunities.
College of Marin reserves the right to edit job postings without notice, to meet our guidelines or to remove inappropriate questions and/or language.
The College of Marin offers, through our free job search manager, the ability to post positions and view potential employee’s resumes. This online job search is available from any computer with internet access 24/hours a day, 7 days a week. Your position can be posted and you may view resumes of potential applicants.
Login instruction for employers
- Log on to marin-csm.symplicity.com
- Click on the link "For Employers"
- You may use the ‘Registration and Post’ tab on top of page.
- Fill out the registration online form, and submit
When you submit your registration, it comes to us for approval. We will review it and send you a confirming email.
We are unable to process any submissions made after office hours or on weekends. Submissions during these time periods will be processed the following business day. Once you complete your registration and posting, our students can log on and view your positions.
Please advise us when you hire College of Marin's students or former students. It is statistical data which keeps our free service up and running.
Students, Alumni, and Community Members
The NACElink service makes available 24/hours a day, 7 days a week the opportunity to view current positions offered by local, national and international employers. You may also post a resume and have emails sent to you regarding your position of interest.
- Register and view current job postings provided by local employers from any computer
- View national and international positions
- Receive e-mail notifications via the Search Agent regarding active job positions based on skills and job goals
- Post and update a resume
- Allow potential employers to view your resume
- Receive notification of on-campus career fairs
Login instruction for students, alumni, and community members
- Log on to marin-csm.symplicity.com
- Click on the link "For Student/alumni"
- Click on the "Register" tab; fill in the online form, and submit
- Once you receive your email confirmation, return to the Web site and sign in with the username and password you created.
Once you are registered in the system, you can use the Search Agent to have new job postings sent to your email address.
Step 1: Click on “Job Tab”
Step 2: Click on CSM Job
Step 3: “Job Postings” will pop up with the “Search Agent” tab
Now you are able to register and receive email notifications of new job postings in your chosen occupations.
Resume Review for students, alumni and community members, by appointment only! (415) 485-9410.
EMPLOYER OF THE DAY
-This service is offered to employers to present employment options to College of Marin Community IN PERSON! Contact the Job Placement Center 415-485-9410 for participation guidelines.
Job Fairs on Campus
Twice a year the Job Placement Center sponsors seasonal job fairs for students, alumni and community members to meet the employers directly. These are networking opportunities. We invite and encourage potential employees to attend with resumes in hand, dressed for success. This is also a opportunity to obtain on-the-spot job interviews with future employers.
Testimonial and success stories
2015 Annual Fall Career Fair
The Job Search Agent - is a vehicle provided by the NACElink System - The Search Agent will generate emails to you, of current job opportunities on a regular basis to expedite your job search.
Job Search Agents enables the student to set specific search criteria for job postings & schedule an email alert to be sent on a regular basis with those results. Additionally, the search agent is a saved detailed search, so the student can review the latest search results at any time without waiting for the email.
Students may begin searching for jobs by clicking the Jobs main menu. The filtering of jobs may be done using the keyword search or by clicking the Advanced Search link to select other search criteria.
Once a search has been filtered, click the Saved Searches link to set up a search agent. Give the search a title and select how often the Job Search Agent Results system message will send. The email will include the list of the active jobs that match the filters selected in the saved searches criteria. Students can click the title of saved searched at any time to view the most up-to-date results.
Search Agent Emails
In the Saved Search list, choose “Yes” to only receive new jobs listed since the last email sent. If there are no new jobs that meet the criteria since the last email sent, the system message will not send. Choose “No” to receive all active jobs that match the filters selected. Click the save button to save the changes.
To Edit or Delete your searches -
Click the Saved Searches link to view all the searches saved. Click the Edit button to change the search criteria and/or search agent settings. Click the delete button to purge the saved searches and the search agent will also stop the scheduled system message.
Please advise the Job Placement Center when you are hired! It is statistical data which keeps our free service up and running.
Our direct line is (415) 485-9410.
Wednesday, October 28, 2015
11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Student Services Building
First Floor (ADA compliant)
- Banana Republic
- Bay Area Discovery Museum
- Bed Bath and Beyond
- Boudin Bakery
- Childcare Careers
- Chipotle Mexican Grill
- City of Snata Rosa
- Crate & Barrel
- Drivers Ed
- Good Earth Natural Foods
- In & Out Burger Store #141
- JMD Financial Partners, LLC
- Nelson Staffing
- Patxis Pizza
- Play-Well Technologies
- Safeway, Rohnert Park
- San Francisco Sheriff
- San Rafael City Schools
- Susie Cakes
- Sutter Care at Home
- The North Face
- Woodlands Market
- US AirForce
- US Army Reserves
- US Marine Corps
- Veterans Employment, EDD - State of California
- Associated Students of Veterans - College of Marin
The Annual Healthcare/Dental Career Fair
Skilled nursing facilities, home healthcare providers, hospitals, dentists and dental labs from the Bay Area will be available to take applications for employment.
Also attending are universities presenting transfer opportunities in the healthcare field. This is an excellent opportunity for nurses, CNAs, RDA, dental assistants and homecare employees to network.
WHAT TO WEAR ON CAREER DAY
- Dress professionally, as if you are going on a job interview, to make a positive first impression.
- Suits are best to wear:
- Black, brown, charcoal. gray or navy
- Pressed shirt/blouse and pants/skirt
Men - Ties are a nice addition and should complement the outfit, not overwhelm with loud colors or cartoon characters.
Ladies - Skirts should be longer than finger tips when standing. High heels should be no more than 2 inches.
Everyone - Closed toe shoes are a must, make sure you wear comfortable shoes, as you will be walking and standing for some time.
- No gum. Bring breath mints and consume these before meeting with recruiters.
WHAT TO BRING
- 25 clean copies of your resume on quality bond paper to hand out. However, don't be alarmed if some recruiters refer you to their website to apply online.
- A portfolio/briefcase to hold the resumes, a legal pad, and a quality pen to write down contacts and notes from each encounter.
- A business/networking card to distribute to employers.
JOB SEEKER SUCCESS TIPS
- Decide on a plan and some goals for the career day; what do you hope to get out of it and how can you make the most effective use of your time?
- Check our website often for an updated list of employers attending. Identify those you are interested in and check their websites to do some basic research on the companies planning to recruit in your major specifically, sometimes there are "hidden" opportunities if you ask.
- Prepare a one-minute "commercial" that introduces yourself, telling the employer a little about your professional qualifications, and why you are interested in exploring a career with them.
- Practice the "commercial" a head of time, and the questions you would like to ask the employers.
- Dress and act professionally.
- At the event, review the list of attending companies so you can organize your time efficiently.
- Show interest and enthusiasm by smiling and speaking clearly. Provide recruiters with a firm handshake.
April 20, 2015 - 10 am - 2 p.m.
Student Services Building
First Floor (ADA compliant)
- American Red Cross
- Hospice By The Bay
- Kaiser Permanente - Marin/Sonoma e
- Petaluma Health Center
- RotoCare - San Rafael
- IHSS PUBLIC Authority of Marin
- Right At Home
- Irish Help At Home
- San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center
- Gila C. Dorostkar, DDS – PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY
- Gorton & Schmohl Orthodonics
- Patti Ehsan, DDS
- Petaluma Health Center
- Seniors at Home
- Rotocare, San Rafael
- Kaiser Permanente/Marin-Sonoma
- US Army
- Professional Healthcare at Home
- Alameda Health System
- Marin County Office of Education
- Marin General
- Senior Assistance USA
- Healthcare Advocates
- Hospice By the Bay
- Golden Gate Urgent Care – San Francisco
- San Rafael Healthcare and Wellness
- Upwardly Global
- US Marines Corps - Educational Opportunities
Veterans/Armed Forces Career and General Resources
Job Links For Veterans
Career Related Web Sites for Additional Opportunities
- Retirement Jobs - Free service that allows you to search for opportunities with thousands of employers nationwide. RetirementJobs.com reviews and certifies companies that have age-friendly hiring practices.
- Weatherby Healthcare - Career search for new graduates and healthcare professionals
- eMedical Assistants - Information on Medical Assisting scholarships, careers, training programs, certification and National school ratings
- Dice - Job search for technology professionals
- IT Career Paths - Information for job seekers in the IT/Tech realm
- Care - Part-time work as a babysitter, nanny, tutor or other caregiver employment opportunity
- Just Jobs - Career lessons, job search guide, leading job board for Hispanics and bilinguals
- ESL 101 - A resource for a career in teaching English as a Second Language
Insurance - Insurance - www.insurance.jobs
WHAT EMPLOYERS ARE LOOKING FOR
Read and Follow Directions
Does the application call for a writing sample or salary history? Are you being instructed to mail all materials by a certain date? Were you asked to fax a resume? Job advertisements mention specific directions for a reason - follow them.
A good communicator possesses outstanding written and oral skills, and knows how to use them effectively.
Employers prefer hiring someone who can demonstrate their ability to quickly identify a problem or need.
Enthusiasm is attractive to employers. Show your enthusiasm!
Demonstrate your uncompromising integrity, professional ethics and personal morals.
10:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Student Services Building, Room 206
Tel (415) 485.9410
Fax (415) 457.3896
Building 27, Room 103
Indian Valley Campus (Thurs. Only)
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Job Placement and Housing Center webpage
Technical Contact Carol Lynn Perez, Job Placement Technician, 415.485.9410
Content Responsible: Derek Levy, Dean of Student Success