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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

You must purchase a package or bundle for using/applying through our application service.  When you're looking for a new job, many of your applications will be completed online on SJW job-board website. Before you start job searching, you should first prepare to complete online job applications. It requires gathering all the information you'll need to apply. It will be easier to get your applications in if you have all the employment information employers want on hand. Review the board on how to upload your resume and cover letter, the information you'll need to provide, and tips on how to streamline the application process.

To apply for a job online and to complete online job applications, you'll need Internet access, an email address to use for job searching, an up-to-date resume, a cover letter for some jobs, your employment history, and your availability to work if you're applying for a part- or full-time job.

Also, as part of the job application process, you may need to take an online employment test and be prepared to provide employment references.

If a user has forgotten their password and wants to reset it, then the user is prompted to enter their email address and is sent a time-sensitive link which they will need to use in order to reset their password. Once the link is clicked, the user is prompted to reset their password in the web client. If the time limit on the email expires, then the user will need to resend the reset password request from the login page.
When you try to log in to your account and get an error message, please make sure to insert the correct email/user and password, or please reset your password. if you have still a problem, please contact us.
Unfortunately, you won’t be able to make any edits to your uploaded document once you have submitted your application. However, you/we can upload a newly updated attachment (resume/cover letter as one file) and delete the outdated version, but it’s not guaranteed the hiring team will be able to see the update if the recruitment is already in progress.
Typically after applying, you will get an email to inform you that your information was received and is being reviewed. You should not expect to hear anything further unless you are a fit for the position and are being moved forward in the process. After the position is filled, you will sometimes receive a notice- sometimes not. Depending again on the organization of the recruiting department of the employer.
Wouldn’t it be great if a prospective employer could contact you when the perfect job came up? A Candidate profile offers another way for seekers and employers to connect – meaning you can spend less time hunting for the perfect job, and more time refining and expanding your skillset for when that role comes along. Here’s what you need to know about the Candidate profile, and how prospective employers may contact you about that next brilliant opportunity.
  • How does a Candidate profile work? It’s simple. You use your profile to tell employers about your skills, experience and what you’re looking for in your next role. Employers can then view your profile and get in touch with roles suited to your experience. Even if you’re not actively searching for a new job right now, you can be contacted with job opportunities that interest you, and complement your needs, experience and interests.
  • What are the benefits of having a Candidate profile? Seeker profiles are designed to be relevant to people across all industries, making it easier for reputable employers to find ideal candidates, and then contact them for more information, with an invitation to apply for a current role, or by accessing their CV.If your Candidate profile is up-to-date and loaded with relevant, easy to consume information, your chances of being shortlisted (and even hired!) are increased.
  • How will an employer contact me? There are three ways potential employers may reach out to connect with you after viewing your Candidate profile.They’ll send you the job. Employers can send a link to their job ad to candidates they feel would be a great fit for the role they’re looking to fill. There’s no obligation to apply, but whatever action you decide to take, thank the employer for reaching out and recommending the role to you.​ It’s courteous, and will hold you in good stead should you want to reach out about other opportunities later. They’ll send you a message. Employers can reach out to you with an email, detailing how available positions might be suited to you particularly, or asking for more information about your skills and experience. The information a prospective employer has access to is based on what’s included in your profile or surfaced from the resume you uploaded and attached. So, don’t skimp on the details - show them your best side! They’ll view your CV. Depending on your privacy settings, interested employers can view candidate resumes and start compiling a shortlist. This means that when they do contact you, they may offer you an interview to discuss the role without you needing to go through the conventional application process.
While employers have three different ways of getting in touch with you, the privacy of your Candidate profile is always in your hands. Choose from packages/bundles options– to ensure your details are only visible when you want them to be.
Unfortunately, you won’t be able to make any edits to your uploaded document once you have submitted your application. However, we can upload a new updated attachment (resume/cover letter as one file) and delete the outdated version, but it’s not guaranteed the hiring team will be able to see the update if the recruitment is already in progress.
If you wish for us to delete or purge your accounts, please email us from the email address that you used to create that account and we will delete/purge it for you. If you like to do it manually, you find a delete button on your User-dashboard.
It typically takes one to three days to hear back after applying for a job. An employer may respond faster if the job is a high priority, or if they're a small and efficient organization.
In general, ongoing silence is your cue to take charge of the process. If you find yourself in a position where you’re speaking with another company about a job, not hearing back could make it tricky for you to decide which way to go. So, if you do have a genuine offer on the table, tell the recruiter or employer.

Remember:

  • Be professional: keep any communication simple and polite. It’s best not to follow up repeatedly – you want to show you’re interested, not come across as pushy.
  • There are lots of reasons you might not hear back: it doesn’t mean your application wasn’t good enough. The company’s hiring plans may have changed, or there could be hold ups on their end.
  • Your skills are valuable: not hearing back could make you doubt yourself. But remember, no matter your experience, you have valuable skills to offer an employer.
  • Keep your search going: it’s great to be focused, but it’s also worth keeping your job search going until you lock in a new role. Update your SEEK Profile to include key terms employers look for and set up saved searches that can alert you to new opportunities as they come up.
  • Continue the contact: even if you’re not successful, let the organisation know you’d love to work there. Ask questions: Were there any key qualifications or skills that you could work on? How could you improve your resume? This shows you’re keen and willing to improve. A similar role could come up down the track, and you can put yourself in a better position for it by getting feedback.
  • Be kind to yourself: you might feel like refreshing your inbox constantly or putting things off while you wait for the phone to ring. But job searching can take time, so it’s important to look after yourself. Set times during the day to devote to your job search and work in breaks for doing things that make you feel good.
It can be disheartening when you don’t hear back about a job you’ve applied for. But by taking these actions, you can channel your energy into something productive and be a step closer to knowing whether to pursue this role or focus on another.

General Inquiries

You must purchase a package or bundle for using/applying through our application service.  When you're looking for a new job, many of your applications will be completed online on SJW job-board website. Before you start job searching, you should first prepare to complete online job applications. It requires gathering all the information you'll need to apply. It will be easier to get your applications in if you have all the employment information employers want on hand. Review the board on how to upload your resume and cover letter, the information you'll need to provide, and tips on how to streamline the application process.

To apply for a job online and to complete online job applications, you'll need Internet access, an email address to use for job searching, an up-to-date resume, a cover letter for some jobs, your employment history, and your availability to work if you're applying for a part- or full-time job.

Also, as part of the job application process, you may need to take an online employment test and be prepared to provide employment references.

If a user has forgotten their password and wants to reset it, then the user is prompted to enter their email address and is sent a time-sensitive link which they will need to use in order to reset their password. Once the link is clicked, the user is prompted to reset their password in the web client. If the time limit on the email expires, then the user will need to resend the reset password request from the login page.
When you try to log in to your account and get an error message, please make sure to insert the correct email/user and password, or please reset your password. if you have still a problem, please contact us.
Unfortunately, you won’t be able to make any edits to your uploaded document once you have submitted your application. However, you/we can upload a newly updated attachment (resume/cover letter as one file) and delete the outdated version, but it’s not guaranteed the hiring team will be able to see the update if the recruitment is already in progress.
Typically after applying, you will get an email to inform you that your information was received and is being reviewed. You should not expect to hear anything further unless you are a fit for the position and are being moved forward in the process. After the position is filled, you will sometimes receive a notice- sometimes not. Depending again on the organization of the recruiting department of the employer.
Wouldn’t it be great if a prospective employer could contact you when the perfect job came up? A Candidate profile offers another way for seekers and employers to connect – meaning you can spend less time hunting for the perfect job, and more time refining and expanding your skillset for when that role comes along. Here’s what you need to know about the Candidate profile, and how prospective employers may contact you about that next brilliant opportunity.
  • How does a Candidate profile work? It’s simple. You use your profile to tell employers about your skills, experience and what you’re looking for in your next role. Employers can then view your profile and get in touch with roles suited to your experience. Even if you’re not actively searching for a new job right now, you can be contacted with job opportunities that interest you, and complement your needs, experience and interests.
  • What are the benefits of having a Candidate profile? Seeker profiles are designed to be relevant to people across all industries, making it easier for reputable employers to find ideal candidates, and then contact them for more information, with an invitation to apply for a current role, or by accessing their CV.If your Candidate profile is up-to-date and loaded with relevant, easy to consume information, your chances of being shortlisted (and even hired!) are increased.
  • How will an employer contact me? There are three ways potential employers may reach out to connect with you after viewing your Candidate profile.They’ll send you the job. Employers can send a link to their job ad to candidates they feel would be a great fit for the role they’re looking to fill. There’s no obligation to apply, but whatever action you decide to take, thank the employer for reaching out and recommending the role to you.​ It’s courteous, and will hold you in good stead should you want to reach out about other opportunities later. They’ll send you a message. Employers can reach out to you with an email, detailing how available positions might be suited to you particularly, or asking for more information about your skills and experience. The information a prospective employer has access to is based on what’s included in your profile or surfaced from the resume you uploaded and attached. So, don’t skimp on the details - show them your best side! They’ll view your CV. Depending on your privacy settings, interested employers can view candidate resumes and start compiling a shortlist. This means that when they do contact you, they may offer you an interview to discuss the role without you needing to go through the conventional application process.
While employers have three different ways of getting in touch with you, the privacy of your Candidate profile is always in your hands. Choose from packages/bundles options– to ensure your details are only visible when you want them to be.
Unfortunately, you won’t be able to make any edits to your uploaded document once you have submitted your application. However, we can upload a new updated attachment (resume/cover letter as one file) and delete the outdated version, but it’s not guaranteed the hiring team will be able to see the update if the recruitment is already in progress.
If you wish for us to delete or purge your accounts, please email us from the email address that you used to create that account and we will delete/purge it for you. If you like to do it manually, you find a delete button on your User-dashboard.
It typically takes one to three days to hear back after applying for a job. An employer may respond faster if the job is a high priority, or if they're a small and efficient organization.
In general, ongoing silence is your cue to take charge of the process. If you find yourself in a position where you’re speaking with another company about a job, not hearing back could make it tricky for you to decide which way to go. So, if you do have a genuine offer on the table, tell the recruiter or employer.

Remember:

  • Be professional: keep any communication simple and polite. It’s best not to follow up repeatedly – you want to show you’re interested, not come across as pushy.
  • There are lots of reasons you might not hear back: it doesn’t mean your application wasn’t good enough. The company’s hiring plans may have changed, or there could be hold ups on their end.
  • Your skills are valuable: not hearing back could make you doubt yourself. But remember, no matter your experience, you have valuable skills to offer an employer.
  • Keep your search going: it’s great to be focused, but it’s also worth keeping your job search going until you lock in a new role. Update your SEEK Profile to include key terms employers look for and set up saved searches that can alert you to new opportunities as they come up.
  • Continue the contact: even if you’re not successful, let the organisation know you’d love to work there. Ask questions: Were there any key qualifications or skills that you could work on? How could you improve your resume? This shows you’re keen and willing to improve. A similar role could come up down the track, and you can put yourself in a better position for it by getting feedback.
  • Be kind to yourself: you might feel like refreshing your inbox constantly or putting things off while you wait for the phone to ring. But job searching can take time, so it’s important to look after yourself. Set times during the day to devote to your job search and work in breaks for doing things that make you feel good.
It can be disheartening when you don’t hear back about a job you’ve applied for. But by taking these actions, you can channel your energy into something productive and be a step closer to knowing whether to pursue this role or focus on another.