Employee Recruitment through DES Employment Service

Whether you are seeking 1 or 100 employees, the Arizona Department of Economic Security's Employment Service can assist you with your recruitment efforts by matching your requirements with the qualifications of job seekers. The recruitment process begins when you place a Job Order with DES.

As an employer, there are several ways that you can do this.

FAX or Mail - You may download and print a Job Order Form (82 KB DOC) and fill in the required entries, then FAX or mail the completed form to the nearest Employment Service Office.  The mailing addresses and FAX numbers for all Employment Service Offices may be found in our Office Directory

Telephone - You can telephone your local Employment Service Office.  An Employment Service representative will take your job order and can also assist you in writing effective job orders and descriptions. Note: If your employment needs are agricultural-related and you would like to place a job order, please call the nearest Employment Service Office (do not fax the Job Order Form). This will allow prompt processing of your special needs.

Email - Several Employment Service offices have email addresses where completed job orders may be electronically sent. Email addresses are listed in the Employment Service Office directory. Simply open the Job Order Form (from the above link), complete the required entries, save the form to your hard drive or a diskette, click on the email address shown for the office which accepts electronic requests (if your business is located in that specific area), attach the completed order to your message and send it.  If the office closest to your business does not accept Job Orders via email, please  submit by FAX, mail or telephone. 

The choice is yours!

You need to be aware of a special option that is available to you. There is a "broadcast order" option at the bottom of the form which requires a "yes" or "no" response. If you check "yes," your job order will in essence be processed as a sort of "want ad" that gives job seekers access to your job listings through an automated, self-service job search program at any Employment Service office, community-based organizations, One-Stop Career Center, etc. This option allows job seekers to determine if they meet your job requirements and, if so, make direct contact with you. You may choose not to "broadcast" your job order. If the "broadcast" option is checked "no", an Employment Service representative will review potential applicants and refer only those who meet your qualifications.

No matter how you place your job order, once listed, it will be available to
job seekers statewide on the DES Job Bank.

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