Company is an insurance recruiting company. The main focus of their website is to attract job seekers to apply for jobs which they have or if there is no job currently, get them to submit their resume so that they can fill jobs as they get them. Currently the site works off of a really simple system. Simple search of jobs searches a txt file and posts the results. This needs to change into some type of online database search instead. They currently maintain a filemaker pro database in the office. Currently they merge the data needed for the website into a txt file which they upload on a weekly basis. We are looking for suggestions on how to streamline this when a new system is in place. They are technically unsavy and I don't think its an option to maintain both their inhouse database and online one as many people in the office update the database. We'd like to update the mechanics of the job search - change to a mysql database or another suggestion, and be able to use that information for other things within the site. For instance we'd like the ability for job seekers to have any new jobs that fit their parameters emailed to them automatically when added to the database. They then could log on and edit their account and change their details or stop getting the messages. I'd like also to make sure the jobs can be viewed by search engines so its important in the design of things to keep that in mind. Currently, the job search they have has the different States in the US that they represent separated and they've requested that to remain the same, however they did also request fewer steps to view jobs so perhaps we can get creative on how the jobs are presented. They basically wanted the header of the job search to reflect the state, so if someone picked Pennsylvania - pictures of Pennsylvania where in the header. ******COMPLETE DETAILS IN ATTACHED ZIP FILE******
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