Jobseekers Help

Whilst we aim to make as user friendly as possible, there will always be something that you may be unsure of. We have compiled a list of the most FAQ and answers. Have a look through these and you will probably find the answer you are looking for.

If you are still unclear in relation to any aspect of our website please do not hesitate to contact us.

Related FAQ Topics

Go to Click the Jobseeker button. Click the JobseekerLogin button. In the “Jobseeker Login” section, click the “Forget?” link.
Type your email address into the “Email address” box.
Click the Forgot password button. If the e-mail address you have entered is in our database, your password will be sent to you.
You will receive an email into your mailbox. Click on the link in the email and create a new password.
Once you have created a new password please log into the website to test the new password.

Go to Click the Jobseeker button and log in with your email or username and password. Then select “My account” at the top of the page. Then select Edit.

Go to Click the Jobseeker Login button. In the “Jobseeker Login” section, type your email address or username in the “Username or Email” box and type your password in the “Password” box. Click the Log In button. Then click on the “My applications” link on the right-hand side of the page. Here you can view your previous applications, the adverts and relevant documents.

Every job advert has a large blue “Apply” button at the bottom right of the advert. If you click this, you will be guided through the necessary steps to make an application.

When you create your resume you’ll choose a CV Status, which determines who can see your CV. You have two choices.

If you select hide, your CV will not be seen by employers conducting CV searches. However, you can use your private CV to apply for jobs.

If you select a CV status of public, employers will be able to find your CV and match you to specific jobs.

Set your CV to public status. When you complete your CV, you’ll be asked a series of questions that Employers use to search CVs. Provide as much detail as possible. This will help your CV stand out in the Employer’s search results.

You can Search or Browse. When you Search, you use Keyword, Location, Job Title. When you Browse, you see the number of jobs there are for each category you choose, which lets you narrow down your results before you get them.

Define your search criteria and click Search. Then click the Create Email Alert link on the results page. Log in to your account if you’re not already logged in. Give the saved search a name. Choose how often you want to receive email results. Click Save.

On the Job View page, you’ll see a Job Tools box at the bottom of the page. Click Print to print a job posting.

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