|Jobvertise Employer FAQ|
Jobvertise offers free basic services to employers and jobseekers. We generate our revenue through premium services and advertising on the site. As an employer using the basic services you never have to pay a fee to post jobs or search over 1.5 MILLION resumes in our database!* We do offer optional upgrades to our free basic services such as premium resume searching plans and Featured Jobs.
No. You will not be billed for posting jobs or searching resumes under the basic plan.
Yes, please see our batch import details for our file format specification.
Please click here reset yor password, locate a forgotten MemberID, or resend a confirmation e-mail.
Please create an account and login. You can then post jobs or search resumes after confirming your e-mail address.
After you have created an account you need to log in and then click on the "Search Resumes" link. Note: You can do a resume search without an account or logging in, however, you will not be able to see the resume details.
All of the resumes for Jobvertise are entered directly on our site by jobseekers. Employers consistently tell us the like our site because they have access to a new pool of jobseekers not available on other career web sites.
Your jobs page can have the same look and feel as your existing web site. To do this login and click on "Your Customized Jobs Page". From there copy and paste your HTML into the appropriate boxes. You will need to be familiar with HTML to do this.
Yes, just have each department sign up separately, and link the separate accounts from the same page on your web site.
You need to make an HTML link using the MemberID you chose when you registered. You can customize this page after you log into your account. An example of the linking code is:
We also offer other ways to put jobs on your web site or blog. You can see the various ways to do this at the linking page where you can copy and paste html to you site.
* Free services are subject to certain limitations. Free resume searching may be limited by the number of resume views, server load, search criteria, and subject to other restrictions.