Job Center Help
Job Center : Job Center Help
- Job Posting Status
- Entering the Job Description when creating a job posting
- Receiving Responses to Job Postings
- Create a response to a Job Posting
- Create/Edit Profile
|Incomplete:||You have created a Job Posting, but have not submitted it for approval. You may continue editing and previewing the posting until you request approval.|
|Pending:||You have requested ContactCenterWorld.com to approve your Job Posting. During this time, you will not be able to make any edits to the posting. If you requested to purchase Paid Premium Service for non-Platinum Members, you must also submit payment to ContactCenterWorld.com before your posting can be approved.|
|Approved:||Your posting has been approved for public listing and will be posted on the date you requested.|
|Posted:||Your approved posting is currently showing in the public listing.|
|Closed:||Your approved posting has closed on the date you requested, and no longer shows in the public listing.|
|Rejected:||Your Job Posting cannot be allowed in the public listing.
Some common reasons for this are:
You may type in and format the job description, or you may also copy and paste it from another source, such as a MS Word document. Once the posting is saved, you may preview and continue editing until the desired result is achieved.
By Job Board: Receive responses to your job posting by logging into the job center and reading them from your account. You will automatically be notified by email if responses go unread for more than a few days.
Premium Services (Included with Platinum Membership): Premium Services allow applicants to send their responses to you directly, without using the Job Center. If you have the job posted on your website, or have your own online application process, you may list the link for it and check the "By Company URL" checkbox. The email address for the Job Posting may receive responses by email when the "By Email" checkbox is checked. Additional options are to list telephone and fax numbers as well as mailing address. You are also free to include any direct contact information in the Job Description field itself.
When creating your response, you may type in your details and format them in the response field, or you may also copy and paste it from another source, such as a MS Word document. If the employer has chosen to receive file attachements, you may send files such as Cover Letter, Resume, Presentation, Image or other files.
Your resume can be found by employers performing keyword searches. Checking the agreement enables employers to find your resume and contact you about employment opportunities.