Most job search portals build on one thing only: the positions advertised by companies. In contrast, CVpost submits the CV of the applicatnt to all potential companies within a specific area so that the CV also reaches companies that are not advertising positions on job search sites or which do not hire headhunters for the recuiremtn. This means that the intended job search reaches a wider audience, which in turn increases the chance of success.
When creating the search you can specify a so-called blacklist. Here you can filter the current employer or any former employer and put them in a list. The system will leave out the companies included in the list from the recipients of the CV.
You have no obligation toward CVpost whatsoever. Once the companies have contacted you, you can communicate with them in any form. It is advised that you provide email and phone contacts in your CV as they can get in touch in this way, but the system also offers the option of ”internal” mailing, so you can communicate with your future employers through CVpost as well.
We cannot offer any guarantee for the success of the search. This greatly depends on what CV you attach to the search and also on the quality of your cover letter. But it also depends on where you are looking for a job. Evidently, if you set a desert as the center of search, then there is a relatively slim chance of finding an appropriate job there.
This depends on the area of search you set. In bigger cities we will send it to more places due to more companies, whereas in small towns we will send them to less. The submission is done continuously, which means that on a daily basis as many as a hundred companies will get your CV. This is required so that if there are lot of replies, you don’t need to read through thousands of emails a day.
Don’t hide your real knowledge level! What matters is the knowledge you can activate not the paper you have. You will be tested at the interview whether your knowledge is in line with the level you indicated in your CV.