PLYMOUTH, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) — The Marshall County Economic Development Corp. has launched a website designed to attract military veterans to the county. The organization says the job portal will connect veterans with jobs in Marshall County that match their skill sets.
The portal allows veterans to search for available jobs by military occupation classification, or simply review all jobs posted in the area. Veterans will also have the ability to post their resumes, which employers can review.
“Marshall County industry and businesses are consistently looking for well trained quality team members to grow,” Kevin Overmyer, president of the Marshall County Commissioners, said in a news release. “This effort will market these opportunities to veterans as they look for a place of employment in the civilian workforce. Combined with the work we are putting into improving the quality of life and housing in the county, we feel strongly that we can attract the type of talent local industry is looking to hire.”
The MCEDC says the website also includes quality of life information about the county, including links to communities, veteran benefits, healthcare, K-12 schools, and secondary education and training.
You can learn more about the portal by clicking here.