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Employer Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q: I would like to post a job. How do I do that?

A: To post a position, please go to the tab POST A JOB. From there you will be able to fill in the form for immediate uploading it to the portal.


Q: How much does it cost to advertise a position within JewisJobs.eu?

The service is free to ECJC member organisations and supporters. If you would like to consider advertising positions with us, please email us at paris@ecjc.org so that we can discuss your positions.  Those advertised on JewisJobs.eu  will be listed in various ways on our site, and also be included in our Jobs update email, which is being sent all over Europe to a membership base of over 10000 potential candidates.

Q: Is there a way to promote a posted job up to the top of the list?

Get in touch with us, and we will try to find the most efficient solution for your search.

Q: Are all Jewish communal employers from Europe, or do other Jewish communities outside Europe use JewishJobs.eu?

Our website is mainly devised to fill positions in the Jewish organisations in Europe, though there might be occasional openings further afield, especially within the frame of US JCCs and Summer Camps professionals.

Q: How long does it take to open an account if I am not affiliated to ECJC?

No longer than 24 hours and your job will be listed online.

Q: Can I post a job without a Salary Range?

You may post a job without a salary by listing the job salary as Undisclosed and the job salary will show as “Not Posted”.

Q: How secure is JewisJobs.eu?

Our portal utilises online security measures to protect your information.

Q: When I post a job, how long does it take for the job to go online?

No longer than 24 hours.

Q: How long does my job remain online?

As long as you would like or as soon as the position is filled. You tell us.

Q: My email address in my job listing is replaced with *****. How do I change that?

A: In the Job Description all email addresses are replaced with asterisks. To apply, a job seeker must log into the website. Once a job seeker logs in, the job seeker may view the Application Instructions.

Q: How do I remove my job listing?

Please let us know the reference of the insertion and our tech team will remove the post immediately.

Q: Can I post a confidential job so that my organization’s information is kept private?

Yes, JewisJobs.eu allows employers to post jobs and keep your organization information private. When posting your job, put a check in the “checkbox” when the website asks “Confidential Posting”. Specifically, JewisJobs.eu keep private the 1) name of the organization, 2) the street address, 3) the city, and 4) the zip code. We do show 1) job title and 2) the country so that job seekers can find your jobs when searching for jobs.

Q: How do I see the job listing the way a job seeker might see the listing?

A: To see what your job looks like to job seekers, please log out of your account and visit our homepage, then search for your job. By viewing your listing you will be able confirm that the job advertisement appears the way you want it to appear.

 

CANDIDATES Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q: It is my first time to visit JewisJobs.eu. What should I do?

A:  If you want to give JewisJobs.eu a try, you should register and open a free account as CANDIDATE. Registration for job seekers is compulsory but free.

Q: I forgot my password. What should I do?

A: To have the website automatically email your information to you, please click here. Fill out the “Forgot your Login and Password Form”, and the website will automatically email your information to the email address we have on file.

Q: My email address is changing. Can you please make the change?

A: To change or modify your account information including your email address, please log into your account and alter the appropriate information by clicking on “My Account”.

Q: I’m having trouble logging in. What do I do?

A: To log in, you need to use the same email address as when you opened the account. Once you are logged into JewisJobs.eu, you may change your email address to a different address. If you are still having trouble logging in, contact us and we will help you!

Q: How often do you remove ‘old’ jobs that probably are filled?

A: No job posted will be more than 60 days old. When employers post a job on JewisJobs.eu, the employer decides how long the job will stay online. Employers have a choice of posting jobs 30, 45 or 60 days on our site. As a result, the job will come off the website either 30, 45 or 60 days after the employer has posted the job.

Q: Who posts the jobs on JewisJobs.eu?

A: The organizations send us the jobs which they have created to advertise them on our site.

Q: How do I know if my application was received?

A: We can only tell you about applications sent through our system. For those job applications, please log into your account and click on “Jobs” and then “Job Application Log”.

Q: I am currently employed and I do not want my employer to know that I am looking for a new job. Am I able to apply for positions without exposing my resume to all employers who might browse the site?

A: Once you have a Profile posted, then you can make your profile confidential. Log into the site and click on “Profile”. Your Profile default is opted-out. You may opt out so that when Employers search Candidate Profiles, your Profile is purposely excluded from being among the possible search results. Your Confidential Profile allows you to use our site with limited exposure to Employers.

Have a Question? Email our teach team for an answer!

 

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