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Recruitment Web-Service Management System Using Competence-Based Approach for Manufacturing Enterprises

  • Vitaliy KobetsEmail author
  • Nikita Tsiuriuta
  • Valerii Lytvynenko
  • Mykola Novikov
  • Sergey Chizhik
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering book series (LNME)

Abstract

Today there are many different web services for employment, but only a few of them have a focus on IT professionals for manufacturing enterprises. There is a need to select applicants with the required competencies with minimal time expenditures. The goal of the paper is to develop the architecture of a web service for the recruitment of employees at enterprises using a competent approach according to the international standards of eCF. In present there is no analogue of our recruitment web-service management system using competency-based approach for both manufacturing enterprises and employees. We prepared review and analysis the existing analogues of web-based job placement services, functional and non-functional requirements for web-based job placement for enterprises using competency approach. The high-level architecture and technical tasks for the participants of our web-based job placement service were also developed and described in our research. Data analysis of employers’ requirements was prepared for decision making of employee of manufacturing enterprises through software package.

Keywords

Enterprises Recruitment web-service Competences ICT for education 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Kherson State UniversityKhersonUkraine

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