How to register your CV on Job Mail
Are you looking for a job? Register your CV on Job Mail and start searching for vacancies today. Adding your details to our database allows potential employers and recruiters to review your qualifications and experience. It’s simple and convenient to upload your CV onto our platform, and once you’re done, you can find jobs across a range of industries. Read our blog post to discover the steps you need to complete during this process.
Once you’ve accessed the registration form, you’ll need to fill in your details. It’s advisable to fill in as much of the form as possible and the fields that are marked with a * cannot be left empty. If you leave a field empty, an error message will appear on your screen.
You can expect to fill in your personal details, such as your name, contact number, and email address. You’ll also be required to fill in your highest educational level as well as your date of birth.
These details form part of the basic information that prospective employers need when they’re reviewing your profile, so it’s important to fill in these details without skipping any sections. This initial process also involves setting up a password for your account, which helps to protect your information. It’s advisable to enter a password that you won’t forget easily. Click on the blue ‘Next Step’ button at the bottom of the page to continue to the following section of the registration process.
Once you’ve entered your basic personal details, you’ll need to add information that gives prospective employers an idea of what type of job you’re looking for. This section of the form includes information about the industry you want to work in as well as the job title that you’re looking for. You’ll also need to indicate whether you’re willing to relocate or not. Your preferred salary and your appointment type are other important aspects of this section. These details are required as they help you to find jobs that are aligned with your preferences and qualifications.
Before you register your CV, you’ll need to enter details about your employment history. You’ll be required to enter different information according to whether you are employed, unemployed or a first-time jobseeker. If you’re a first-time jobseeker, no additional information on your work history is required. If you’re unemployed, you’ll need to provide the details of your last employer, which includes your job title and the industry that you worked in. If you’re currently employed, you’ll need to enter the details of the company you work for, which includes your job title and industry. These details are important as they give prospective employers an indication of your experience and skills.
One of the final steps is to upload your CV to Job Mail. All you need to do is choose a file and upload your CV to our database. While this step is optional, it’s advisable to include your CV so that prospective employers can get insight into your qualifications and capabilities. Your CV is an opportunity for you to showcase your abilities so that you stand out from the crowd of other jobseekers. Make sure that your CV looks professional and that it is free from any spelling errors. An untidy CV with spelling mistakes and poor grammar is likely to make a bad impression on prospective employers.
One last step and you’re done. Verify your account using the email that is sent to your email address.
Once you’ve verified your account, you can log in to Job Mail to complete your CV and create a cover letter. It’s important to complete your jobseeker profile so that you can be matched to suitable employment opportunities. You can review what sections of your profile are missing when you log in on the Job Mail website. Uploading your CV, picture, and video helps to increase your exposure to recruiters and employers.
When logged in to your profile, you can edit your information, preview your profile or your CV, and inform prospective employers more about your past projects and portfolios and much more. You can also view the jobs you’ve added to your basket, see which jobs you’ve already applied for, as well as the responses you got on those job applications.
Now that you know how easy it is to register your CV on Job Mail, you can find jobs today. Remember, with a complete profile, you’ll be more visible to prospective employers and recruiters.
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