Hirenet is a smaller, lesser-known job site that has postings on it for a number of industries. Some of the jobs are exclusive to HireNet, while others are actually links to jobs posted on other sites.
- On the Home page, under "Job Postings By Category," you can select "Computer Jobs," which will take you to another page with the latest technology job listings. Do not click on "Tech Jobs" because that will show you a list of other technical jobs that are not IT-related.
- If you prefer, you can also search for jobs by entering your zip code, city and/or state, a maximum distance from your location, and any keywords you would like to search for.
- Click on either the Job ID Number or the name of the position to see the posting.
- For some postings, employers want you to apply directly online, which means you have to create a Candidate Profile (an online resume) and register first. When you apply online, your profile goes directly to the recruiter responsible for filling this position.
- When you click on other postings, you might see a new page open up which has the original job posting on another website. You may need to create another profile on the second site in order to apply for that job.
- You can sign up to receive a career newsletter and job alerts by email, and select from a list of free career and industry magazines to which you can subscribe if you qualify.
- A free resume critique is available from a certified resume writer. On the Free Resume Evaluation page, just fill in your details and then copy and paste your resume underneath.
- Other career management tools are available for a fee, including a resume distribution service, personal career website creation, and access to federal or civil service employment listings.