Jobsite.com is the next generation job board. Our job is to find your job. To do this, we use our matching technology to bring you the most relevant jobs. Then we work on your behalf, cost free, fully dedicated, with one aim: To help find your next job with minimum frustration and hassle. This is how we do it:
Your resume is only seen by companies to which you apply. We keep your personal details confidential until that company wants to have a conversation with you.
We help you get noticed - our smart software identifies if you're a Hot Match for the jobs for which you apply so we can then actively promote your application to that company by email.
You know these companies are interested because they have reviewed your resume, paid a fee to access your contact information and now, they want to speak with you. Your time is not wasted.
When you apply for a job, we match your skills and experience to those required for the job opening.
We make your application available to the hiring company on Jobsite.com and let them know when you're a hot match for their job.
If you have applied for their job and you are a hot match, we'll also promote you to them by email.
Companies can then review your application, cover letter, and an anonymized version of your resume.
If a company thinks you fit the bill and want to speak with or interview you, they will pay a small fee to unlock your information. This gives them full access to your resume, including your application contact details.
Companies on Jobsite.com can review your job application and your anonymized resume together with matched scores.
These are calculated by our smart matching software and are based on a combination of:
Our matching scores mean that if you have the right skills and experience, we can help you stand out, regardless of your last job title.
Please note: We always make your application available to the hiring company on Jobsite.com
Our smart software is in beta and is continually learning and being updated. We will be fine tuning it to improve the quality of the services we provide.
We use our smart software, to anonymize your resume. We remove your name, contact details, and do our best to remove company names from your current and most recent previous job role.
Your anonymized resume is only seen by companies you apply to, and we keep your personal details confidential until that company wants to speak with or interview you.
If they want to contact you, they pay a small fee to access your contact information.
You only deal with companies interested in you and your resume.
Creating an account on Jobsite.com is quick and easy, and will enable you to create Saved Searches and set up Job Alerts.
You can also save and track jobs in your My Jobsite account, as well as store your resume and personal details, so you'll be able to quickly apply for jobs.
If you are trying to Save a Job Search, creating a Job Alert, or filling-out a Job Application, you may be prompted to create a My Jobsite account if you have not already done so.
In your My Jobsite account home, you can:
Once you have created a My Jobsite account, you can sign in to it whenever you visit Jobsite.com.
You may want to do this if you wish to Save a Job Search, create a Job Alert, or complete a job application during your visit to the site.
To Sign in to your My Jobsite account simply;
You can change your My Jobsite account password, current address, phone numbers, and preferences within your My Jobsite account, simply:
From time to time, you may wish to change your My Jobsite account password, simply:
Passwords must be a minimum of 8 characters, including at least 1 letter and 1 number.
To close your My Jobsite account, you will need to contact us, requesting this via the Contact Form.
This will remove your Saved Searches & cancel your Job Alerts.
Please note: Any of your applications made prior to closing your My Jobsite account will remain active with recruiters or hiring managers who have paid to download your resume and receive your contact details. Should a recruiter or hiring manager contact you and you are no longer in the job market, you may simply decline an interview request.
If you wish to stop receiving emails from Jobsite.com or change your notifications, check out the FAQ 'How can I unsubscribe from all Jobsite.com emails?'
If you forget your password, you can generate a one-time password to get back into your My Jobsite account:
Please be aware that we can only send a one-time password if you have previously set up an account with us.
We can only send a one-time password to the email address registered with your My Jobsite account. If you no longer have access to this email address, we suggest you contact us to close your old account (see 'How do I close My Jobsite account?') and create a new one with your preferred email address.
You can set up Job Alerts to receive a daily email about new openings that are relevant to your job search.
You'll see a number of buttons on Jobsite.com which allow you to set up alerts, such as 'Get new jobs like this by email', 'Create Job Alert' and 'Send me jobs like this by email'. To set up Job Alerts:
We will email you all new job openings relevant to your Saved Search criteria as soon as they become available.
By default, you will receive daily Job Alerts, if there are new job openings relevant to your Saved Search.
Your Job Alerts are stored within your My Jobsite account.
You cannot currently edit a Job Alert once it has been set up - but we're working on this!
In the meantime, you can delete and recreate Job Alerts from your My Jobsite account
To unsubscribe from Job Alerts see 'How do I change the frequency of my Job Alerts?' and follow the instructions to change your email notification settings.
From time to time, you may wish to delete individual Job Alerts and set up new ones.
If you'd like to delete a Job Alert:
You can save up to ten Job Alerts or Saved Searches in your My Jobsite account at any one time.
If you've used all ten, you will need to delete a Job Alert or Saved Search before you can create a new one.
If you no longer want to receive a specific Job Alert, but may wish to use it again in future, you can choose to set the send frequency to 'Don't Send Emails.'
To do this:
This will ensure that we don't send you Job Alerts for that particular saved search.
Alternatively, you can:
You can also choose to unsubscribe from your Job Alerts via the unsubscribe link in your Job Alert.
To unsubscribe from Jobsite.com emails, you can follow the unsubscribe links within emails.
If you select the unsubscribe link, you will be directed to a list of your communications preferences or your 'Saved Searches & Job Alerts' area. Here you can de-select the email services you no longer require.
To cancel your Jobsite.com email alerts:
Set your Job Alert frequency to 'Don't Send Emails'
If you want to close your My Jobsite account entirely, see 'How Do I close My Jobsite Account?'
Jobsite.com can send you Job Alert Emails based on a resume you upload. It's quick, easy to set up and the results are relevant to your resume skills and experience:
Your Saved Searches/Job Alerts are stored in your My Jobsite account.
You can view them by logging into your My Jobsite account and selecting the 'Searches and Job Alerts' tab, or from the home page (if you are logged in).
While Jobsite.com is in the beta stage, you will not be able to change the email address to which Job Alerts are sent. We're working on this, and it's coming soon!
If you wish Job Alerts to be sent to a different email address, you will need to set up a new My Jobsite account with your preferred email address.
You will then need to set up your Job Alerts in your new account.
We recommend that you close your old My Jobsite account if you no longer need it.
If you are receiving Job Alerts which don't suit your job preferences, simply:
This will ensure we only send you the jobs you want to hear about!
Within your 'Search & Job Alert' section in MyJobsite, your Job Alerts will be labelled either:
When you search for jobs on Jobsite.com, you are given the option to save your search criteria, making it easy for you to resume your job hunt at a later time or date.
Saved Searches can reflect your location preferences and/or specific job titles you are looking for.
After generating search results, you can save this search query to run again in the future.
To set up a Saved Search, you need to be a My Jobsite account user, simply:
If you wish to access your My Jobsite account to review your Saved Searches, you can click the 'My Jobsite' link at the top right of the webpage.
You can also view your most recent Saved Searches from the home page (if you are logged in).
If you've saved a specific job and cannot access it anymore, the job is likely no longer open and has expired.
If this has happened, simply create a new search with a similar job title and/or location?
We add many new jobs every day!
If you are not logged in, you will be asked to create a My Jobsite account or sign into your My Jobsite account first. To apply for a job opening:
Your application form will display the resume you have stored in your My Jobsite account for application. For more information on uploading your resume, see the resume FAQs. Please note that you must upload a resume before your application can be sent.
To help you keep track of your job applications, a full list can be found in your 'My Jobsite' account under the 'Applications' tab.
If your application was a Hot Match to their job, we will email the employer/company to promote you, your skills, and experience that match their job opening.
If an employer or company unlocks your resume details and considers you for an interview, they will contact you directly via the contact details you have supplied on your application form.
During your job application, you can also add a cover letter. You can copy and paste text into the cover letter text box, or type into it directly. There is a 1500-character limit.
The cover letter will be sent with your application to the employer's account.
You can use the version provided in the application form, or better yet, you can re-write your own cover letter to send a high-quality introduction of yourself.
It's another chance for you to shine!
Please note: once an application has been made for a particular job opening, you will not be able to edit or update it.
Resume advice for Jobsite.com:
Once you have created your resume, you will need to create a My Jobsite account with us, if you do not already have one.
Once you create an account, you can then upload your resume:
A failed resume upload can be caused by complicated or unusual formatting. Our system needs to identify the content in your resume in order to submit it with your application.
Here are some guidelines to help you make your resume compatible with our system:
You can upload a new resume to your My Jobsite account at any time.
If you want to make changes to your resume, you must alter the original MSWord document, and then upload it again.
To edit, modify, or update a resume you have stored on your My Jobsite account, you must first make any changes to the resume document saved on your computer. If you can't find the original document, you can download the resume stored in your My Jobsite account:
Once the resume changes are complete and you have saved those changes, you can upload the new resume to your My Jobsite account. (See, 'How do I upload my resume?')
Please note: any previously-stored resume will be replaced when you upload or add a new one.
To delete your resume from your My Jobsite account:
Search using resume is a NEW service that allows you to use your resume to search for jobs.
Search using resume offers searching that's not available anywhere else and will provide you with jobs matching the detailed content of your resume including skills, experience and qualifications.
When clicking the search using resume button you will be prompted to upload your resume (if you already have one saved to your account we'll use that).
We then take your resume and identify key terms & skills.
We then perform a search and let you know the best matching jobs based on your resume.
Search using resume is available to all users including unregistered and registered users, with or without an existing resume.
We temporarily store key terms from your resume in order to perform a search. This is deleted when you request a new search, during a short period of inactivity or when you sign out. If you save your resume in your MyJobsite account then we will then store the full resume in order for you to quickly make applications and searches on future visits.
At the moment you can't, but we are working on delivering you the ability to save your search for later use and/or receive job alerts with these.
We accept word (.doc, .docx), rtf, pdf and text documents.
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