RENWICK USES WEB-BASED APPLICANT TRACKING SYSTEM TO POST, MANAGE AND TRACK JOBS ONLINE
In recent years job searches have shifted to a completely web based process. Applicants are becoming more and more accustomed to searching for jobs online as well as applying for the jobs online. School districts such as Renwick USD #267 have recognized the need to implement a web-based system to help them post job applications online and manage and track the hiring process. Web-based applicant tracking systems give organizations the capability to manage applications online from one centralized interface. They are able to search and filter their applicant base according to various criteria, categorize and track different applicants, manage interview schedules and hiring. It achieves a streamlined hiring and decision-making process and makes jobs available to a wider applicant base.
Renwick seleced AllofE’s Applicant Tracking system for tracking and managing their job applications and postings. The system provides a user-friendly interface for applicants to apply online, and for the organization to manage, filter, and review applications throughout the candidate selection process. With this new online tracking system, applicants interested in open positions are now able to quickly and easily fill out and submit applications online. Administrators can efficiently track applications that have been received and follow them through the interview and selection process.
About Renwick USD #267
Renwick USD #267 is a school district serving the community of Topeka, Kansas. It is composed of 6 schools, four elementary and 2 high schools. The schools are dedicated to providing a learning experience that is meaningful and enganging while making decisions that are consistent with the district’s mission and beliefs. Their mission is to, "educate all students to be problem-solvers, life-long learners, and responsible contributors within a changing society by providing engaging and relevant programs; effective staff; and safe, quality facilities that maximize the potential of all students.”