Job Search Results

Job search results provide the basic job posting information including the job title, job posting number, last updated date, employer, location (city and state), and a portion of the job description. To view additional information, click the job title.

  • When not logged in, a page displays with the job posting number, company name, physical address, and job description. To view the full details of the job, click the login link or the link to create a job seeker account.

Viewing Job Search Results

To find out more about an AJL job opening on your search results page, click the blue job title. This takes you to the Job Details page for that job.

  • You must be logged into your job seeker account to view the Job Details page. Review the information carefully to learn about the job details, duties, description, pay type and salary, any benefits offered, and more. The amount and type of information on the job details page will vary. If you are in a state that requires a resume as part of your account registration, you will not be able to view full job posting details until you have a complete and active resume.

Job Details

The amount and type of information on the Job Details page varies by the job; however, most Job Details pages include the following information.

  • Social Media Sharing: Click the corresponding social media icon to share the job on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Google+, or LinkedIn). To share the job as a URL, click the Link button. The recipient of the link must log into their job seeker account to view the full job details.
  • Print or Save: Click Print Preview to view the job details page in print preview, click Save as Word to save the Job Details as a Word document, or click Save as PDF to save the Job Details as a PDF.
  • Job Details: Review basic information about the job posting, including the following (click to view drop-down list):
    • Job title: Title of the job posting.
    • Job order number: Unique job posting number. You can search by job order number in the Job Search.
    • Company name: Company posting the job.
    • Created on: Date the job posting was created.
    • Updated on: Date the job posting was last updated.
    • Date made public: Date the job became visible to job seekers.
    • Years of experience: Months or years of experience required for the job.
    • Required education level: Minimum education level required.
    • Minimum educational functioning level: If "Some high school" or "High school diploma or equivalent" was selected for EFL, the minimum required capabilities are described.
    • Work Ready certificate level: If the employer requests a WorkReady! certificate, the level is listed.
    • Internship/Externship: Internships and externships are experience-based on-the-job learning opportunities that may be paid or unpaid.
    • Shift: Describes the shift(s) required: Day, Evening, Night, Rotating, Split, or Multiple.
    • Part/Full Time: Part- or full-time status varies between companies and is often based on the shift the employee works. Most full-time positions total 40 hours per week.
    • Temporary/Permanent: Duration of the job.
    • Average hours: The number of hours typically worked per week.
    • Overtime: Is time above your regularly schedule work week allowed and/or required?
    • Affirmative Action:Is the employer specifically seeking diverse applicants for the position?
    • Green job: Does the job process or company benefit the environment or conserve natural resources?
    • Training program: Does the job offer on-the-job training?
    • Registered Apprenticeship: Is the job part of the Registered Apprenticeship?
    • Travel: Is travel required for the job?
    • Driving: Is driving a necessary function of the job, and if so, what level of license is required?
  • Job Description: Description of the job responsibilities as provided by the employer.
  • Job Location: Lists the physical address of the company, if the employer chooses to display this information, as well as a description of the company.
  • Benefits: A list of any benefits provided for the job.
  • Contact Information: Company name and any contact information the employer chooses to display.
  • Comparison and Essential Skills: Compares the employer's requirements to the job seeker's information for years of experience, education level, and credentials.
  • Essential Talents Comparison: Compares the employer's requested essential talents to the job seeker's listed talents (provided during the resume creation process). May not display if the employer chose not to list Essential Talents. This section will only populate if you have work experience matching the occupation of the job posting. For any talents listed in the job posting, JobLink will display a Yes or No to indicate whether your personal Skills List includes that skill.
  • Essential Tools and Technologies Comparison: Compares the employer's requested essential tools and technologies to the job seeker's listed tools and technologies (provided during the resume creation process). May not display if the employer chose not to list Essential Tools and Technologies. This section will only populate if you have work experience matching the occupation of the job posting. For any tools and technologies listed in the job posting, JobLink will display a Yes or No to indicate whether your personal Skills List includes that skill.
  • Essential Work Activities Comparison: Compares the employer's requested essential work activities to the job seeker's listed work activities (provided during the resume creation process). May not display if the employer chose not to list Essential Work Activities. This section will only populate if you have work experience matching the occupation of the job posting. For any work activities listed in the job posting, JobLink will display a Yes or No to indicate whether your personal Skills List includes that skill.
  • Apply for this job: Button that navigates to the page describing the ways in which the employer accepts applications.
  • Add to My Saved Jobs: Button that adds this job to your list of saved jobs.
  • Need Help? Click Contact Us for a list of local AJC phone numbers.
  • Return to Search: Click to return to job search results.

My Saved Jobs

Use the My Saved Jobs feature to bookmark job postings you are interested in. Saving jobs makes them easily accessible on future visits to AJL.

To save a job, click the Add to My Saved Jobs button found at the bottom of the Job Details page for all AJL job postings. (Jobs from other websites cannot be saved to My Saved Jobs.) To revisit a saved job, on the AJL main menu, point to My Home Page and click My Saved Jobs. Then locate the job in your list of saved jobs. When a job opening is filled or is otherwise no longer available, it is automatically removed from your list of saved jobs.