Where do I search for a candidate?
offers a lot of ways to search on resumes on-line.
SEARCH is our engine that would give results of resumes
according to the desired location or origin of the applicant.
Choose the country where your company is located and type
the keyword that describes your requirements for an applicant.
For example, keywords can contain applicant's city, particular
skills, job title, school or any other word you wish to
see in a resume.
SEARCH allows you to narrow your seach results based
on the various criteria you select. Type in a keyword that
describes the type of candidate you are looking for and
include any qualifying requirements such as, City, Education,
Title, Industry, Experience, Salary, etc. Only resumes that
match all of your requirements will be displayed. If the
system retrieved zero or a small number of resumes, you
may want to reduce deselect some of the criteria. Do not
forget to press Clear button if you would be conducting
a new search.
SKILL SEARCH enables you to find candidates based
on the skills they emphasized. Example, if you are
looking for someone who has "database" skills,
type the word "database" in the SKILL field (required),
select the Location (required) and choose any of the following
optional criteria: Knowledge, Experience, Last Used and
SEARCH enables you to find candidates based on their
performance on Standardized tests such as the SAT, ACT,
GMAT, GRE, LSAT, MCAT. Test name, Score and Location are
required search fields. If the test you prefer to search
for is not included in the Standard drop down selection,
select "Other" and include the name of the test
on the field below.
specific keyword/s that will help distinguish resume from
the others. There are certain common words ignored by our
database because they are very popular and can occur may
times in one resume.
" Why can't I access the services of
School/Skill/Advance/Test search engines are paid features of CRMJobs.Net. These features
are made available if you have upgraded to the correct paid membership level. Free members do not have access to these
features. Although, Basic members have access to Advance Search, they do not have access to Skill, School and Test
search. To inquire about membership upgrades, please e-mail Contact Us.
"Why does my keyword search results with "The query contained only ignore words"
A resume can contain about 500-800 words, but not all of those
words are descriptive of the skills and experiences of the
candidate. For example, words like 'the', 'because', 'for'
are ignored because they can occur many times in one resume,
while not being able to distinguish the resume from others.
We advise that your keywords be more descriptive like, 'oracle','html','sales',etc.
Why does my search result come up with no list of resumes?"
# 1 - You may be using keywords that are rarely found in
resumes. Please use words that in general describe the qualities
you are looking for in a candidate.
TIP: words describing industry,
position, skills, software, etc.
Reason # 2 - You may be defining your searches (naming your
specific requirements) too narrowly in the advance search
engine. TIP: start off by using less criteria, and if there
are too many results then start adding more criteria to
" How can job
seekers view my postings?"
seekers will be able to search for your job listing using
the Job Search or
Browse Jobs features.
If your job matches the criteria set by the job seeker, your posting
will be included among a list of matches, and the job seeker
will be presented with a brief summary of your job (Company
Name, Position, Location, Salary, and Post Date). If they
are interested, they can click on a link which will provide
them with the complete details of your job posting and a
way to apply.