H-2B Visa Program
e-JAM Does Not Charge Applicants For H-2B Jobs
The jobs under the H-2B Visa Program go very fast and are generally not listed on our website. Only qualified registered jobseekers are notified of available H-2B positions
Most businesses file their requests for workers with the U.S. government 120 days prior to the job start date. Employers begin their recruitment process and start looking at resumes four to five months before the season begins. We encourage all interested applicants to register and upload their resume in order to be pre-screened and placed in a pool of qualified candidates. When positions matching your skills become available, you will be notified and given instructions on how to move forward.
Summer - job start date from April 1st
Winter - job start date from October 1st
e-JAM adheres to the H-2B Law and does not charge our Jobseekers a placement fee. Employers cover the expense of the workers airfare and visa vouchers. Workers are responsible for their living expenses, rent, utilities, personal items and food.
- Amusement Parks
- Customer Service
- Food & Beverage Attendants
- Laundry Attendants
- Utility Kitchen Helpers
- Front Desk Clerks
- Landscapers & Construction Workers
- 19 to 50 years old
- Willing to participate in a skilled, unskilled or service sector job
- Able to work up to 10 months
e-JAM will only acknowledge applicants who have completed our online registration process and submitted a current professional resume.
The H-2B visa nonimmigrant program permits employers to hire foreign workers to come to the United States and perform temporary nonagricultural services, or labor in positions that would otherwise go unfilled.
Employers must be labor certified by their State Labor Department and the U.S. Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services. They must demonstrate that they have either a one-time, seasonal, peak-load or intermittent basis and can only hire H-2B workers if qualified U.S, workers are not available to do the job.
After registration, your application and resume will be reviewed and if you are qualified for any potential H-2B jobs you will be placed in our pre-screened pool of candidates. When jobs become available that matches your experience you will be contacted
The resume is the first thing a Hiring Manager wants to see, so if you do not submit a current resume you will not be considered.
Start by visiting our website, select “Register” on the menu bar, from the drop down menu choose “US Employment” and complete the Application Form. Please be sure to submit a copy of your resume. Once we have positions available you will be contacted