The District of Columbia American Job Center can help you find a new job, transition into something new, expand your skills, or even explore a new career. Find a location nearest you.
Job Bank is a component of the city’s DC Networks system, a computerized national labor exchange network. The system is designed to match employers with job seekers. Any employer, both local and national, can use the Job Bank to place job orders and search for applicants by skill-set or position. The Job Bank Unit provides guidance, training and technical assistance to employers who are seeking to post job openings, identify potential employees, research current and local job market data and effect hiring incentives.
Program Dates: Year Round
Training and technical assistance are provided to employers within the DC Metropolitan region and nationwide on entering their job vacancies into the DC Networks system, and navigating for qualified job-seekers. The Job Bank Unit serves as the contact for all First Source Employment Agreement (FSEA) employers, and is named on all FSEA contracts as their contact for listing all future job positions. Employers are trained to post job openings, research current economic and local job market data and obtain information on the array of available assistance and incentives.
All employers must be registered in DCNetworks.org to post jobs or use recruitment services. Once registered, the employer will log in with their created username and password. The screen displayed will say “Services for Employers.” The employer will click on Recruitment Services and proceed to post their job opportunities. Job orders are also received via fax, email, mail, and/or walk-ins by the employer.
New employers are required to register in DC Networks. Employers already registered in DC Networks and have forgotten their log-in information, may contact the Job Bank Unit at (202) 698-6001.