Feb. 18, 2013
offers a free service option for Employers to post TS+ jobs for free, knowing that only qualified, vetted persons can apply. This significantly reduces the time expenditure in locating and recruiting such talent. Additional site benefits are available for employers, including proposal support. Ultimately, TSSkills offers a low-cost, low-energy alternative to filling highly specialized staffing needs.
The TSSkills portal includes three main opportunity types: contract, contract-to-hire and permanent. Job categories run the gamut from management to Intelligence Analysts and web development. Information technology positions in general are strongly represented, including software development and engineering. Both job seekers and employers must complete an on-site registration process before having access to more features and functions. Job seekers must be US citizens with an active security clearance issued by the federal government.
"TSSkills is the premier online community for TS (+) cleared professionals," said Director
. "Our service offers a zero-cost option that widens the net for our clients seeking TS+ staff. In the past, reaching out to those with TS and higher clearances was a complicated, resource-intensive affair, but no more. We are convinced that our service represents a compelling new formula for connecting the right employer with the right talent."
Confidentiality is of course a core value of TSSkills. In contrast with typical job sites, resumes or other personal details are not directly accessible to clients. The only parties that will have access to resumes are TSSkills staff and clients with job postings to which job seekers have applied. Job seekers can have confidence that they will not be bombarded with spam or unwanted invitations after uploading their resume.
TSSkills plans to establish itself as the go-to solution for TS+ job seekers. The company continues to entice clients to take advantage of the TSSkills pool of highly qualified talent. Strong growth is therefore anticipated throughout 2013.