CareerWeb is pleased to announce a private-format CV presentation: Incognito
The format enables job seekers to post their CVs in incognito mode - to expose their skills, education, work experience and credentials to the top recruiters in the country, without revealing their identity.
CareerWeb has introduced a private-format CV presentation called incognito. This enables job seekers to post their CVs in incognito mode - to expose their skills, education, work experience and credentials to the top recruiters in the country, without revealing their identity.
Recruiters are able to request contact with a job seeker who chose incognito mode, and the job seeker has the choice of accepting or rejecting the contact request. If the seeker accepts the request, their contact details are sent to the recruiter, and the recruitment process continues from there.
In the incognito mode, a job seeker also has the option of predefining which recruitment agencies get to view his or her contact details.
"ICT professionals will now be able to market their skills to prospective hirers, but without disclosing their contact information," says Ernie Hipner, business development director at CareerWeb, a division of ITWeb.
"The candidate can predefine which recruitment agencies can view their contact details. The candidate also has the option of disclosing their contact information only once being prompted to do so by an interested recruitment agency.
"Via our unique online mail box system, recruitment agencies can send a candidate a contact request. The candidate then has the option of disclosing or refusing to disclose their contact information with that particular recruitment agency. This effectively gives candidates the option to choose which agencies get to see their contact information and who is allowed to contact them," adds Hipner.
A job seeker has the option of remaining in the 'Incognito mode' or making his or her contact details visible to all recruitment agencies.
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