San Antonio, TX August 14, 2012 The National Protective Services Institute, a non-profit corporation specializing in Personal Defense, Law Enforcement, Security, Anti-Terrorism, and Bodyguard Training, has launched a new, FREE job service on its website at www.NPSI.co to help match up industry employers with job seekers.
As a non-profit organization, the National Protective Services Institute is able to provide some free services to the community. This is one of them. As you probably know, some organizations charge several hundred dollars per year for this exact same service.
This jobs area has multiple categories. For example, law enforcement, security officers, personal protection/bodyguards, private investigators, process servers, and others. Additionally, job seekers can post resumes that are searchable by employers. This is a great program where job seekers can see a posting, hit "submit", and their information, including resume, is automatically sent to the employer. Employers will receive an e-mail telling them it is there, and be able to easily keep track of applicants, resumes, etc.
How does this work? You must register for an account (your information will NOT be sold or provided to anyone else, but this will prevent spammers and web crawlers from entering data). Once you have done so, you may have either "Employer" or "Job Seeker" access. If you want both, you must have a separate username, such as JohnDoe,
and JohnDoe2 (just register again with a different username).
If you are interested in using this free but valuable service to post a job announcement or resume, go to: http://www.NPSI.co . Go to the lower left-hand corner, register, and input your information into the jobs area right above the lower-left hand login. It's that easy.
For more information, please visit www.NPSI.co, or contact Ken Lewis, National Protective Services Institutes Vice President of Business Development, at (210) 737-7233.
About the National Protective Services Institute
Headquartered in San Antonio, TX, the non-profit National Protective Services Institute (NPSI) offers programs, services, and instruction to provide students the ability to become leaders in public safety and professional protective services, as well train members of the general public to increase their personal defense skills. NPSI is structured to train students to attain the important licensing and certifications they need, and to prepare them for exciting careers in Law Enforcement, Security Operations, Anti-Terrorism, Homeland Security, Emergency Management, and Emergency Medical Services. For additional information please visit our website at: http://www.NPSI.co. Texas License # F01081.
National Protective Services Institute
San Antonio, TX