Tri-State’s careers page presents a fresh face to job seekers

If you haven’t seen it yet, be sure to take a few minutes and check out the new careers pageCareers_WebPage on Tri-State’s external website.

Tri-State rotation training program employee Rachel Jaakkola took the initiative to redesign the careers site after attending a Mountain States Employers Council class on the topic of company branding while working in the human resources department.

“I have an interest in recruiting and I enjoyed learning about what attracts candidates to a company,” Jaakkola said. “I was excited to help communicate what a great company Tri-State is to potential future employees.”

The new careers section of Tri-State’s website gives potential employees a sense of work life at the association.

EmployeeThrough the new careers section, job applicants can be connected to the association’s iRecruitment site and special sections have been created for recent graduates, apprentice program candidates, job locations and frequently asked questions. Already, fewer calls from job applicants are being reported thanks to the FAQ section and a step-by-step guide for application submission.

Multimedia specialist Lisa Sowell took many of the photos which animate throughout the site, and created a video posted in the “working here” section which features a message from general manager Ken Anderson and gives an overview of Tri-State.

“It’s great to have some branding on our site,” said Gigi Eschenberg of the human resources department. “This can only help us and I know we’ll be seeing positive results from it.”

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