FAQ - Job Seeker
Resume Request & Resume Exposure Level
Once you have specified the exposure level of a resume to be searchable (i.e. either Searchable but hide my identity or Public) and has created a career profile, employers who perform candidate search regularly may have chances to reach your resume. In such case, employers who feel interested may send you resume requests so that they can view your full resume.
Resume requests are in fact e-mail notifications containing a link to the Resume Request response page sent to your e-mail address registered at JobsDB . From the response page, you can approve the request, reject the request, or even block future requests with specific job position or company name keywords.
You can check the resume requests from employers in the last 3 months in the Resume Request section of MyJobsDB.
The Resume Exposure Level defines whether a resume is totally searchable (Public), partially searchable (Searchable but hide my identity) or not searchable (Private) by employers:
- Public (country-specific) - this type of resume will have its contents totally searchable by employers, including all the personal information and working history of the job seeker.
- Searchable but hide my identity - this type of resume will have its contents partially searchable by employers. Employers will not be able to view the personal information and the last employment record of the job seeker.
- Private - this type of resume is not searchable by employers.
Note: Some regions will not have the "Public" option in order to comply with their privacy legislations. For each job seeker account, only one resume can be set as "Public" or "Searchable but hide my identity" for any one region.