How to Search the CV Database

  1. Log in to your account
  2. Click on ‘Find Candidats’

  • From here you can immediately run a Search (boolean or semantic) and add additional requirements.

Note: You cannot use AND/OR statements, but multiple search terms can be added one-by-one and select from the UI whether they should be applied as an AND or OR.

The following are options to filter additional requirements:

Experience: Any experience in previous positions a job seeker should have.

Location: Location the job seeker should be based in or near

The field will populate a drop down upon entering a location name.

KM radius auto defaults to +50 KM but can be adjusted to +5 KM, +10 KM, +25 KM and +100 KM.

Education: Required Education of the job seeker

Education level: Required level of education of the job seeker

Options available:

  • Post-Master
  • Master
  • Bachelor
  • Vocational Education
  • Secondary Education

Education - Majors / Degrees: Required major / degree of the job seeker

Education - Colleges / Universities: Colleges / Universities the job seeker attended

Skills: Required skills of the job seeker

Language skills: Required language skills

IT skills: Required IT skills

Professional skills: Required Professional skills

Employers: (last) companies the job seeker has been employed by

Last employer: last company the job seeker has been employed by

All employers:  companies the job seeker has been employed by

Years of Experience: Number of years the job seeker should have working experience in their required role or field.

Options available:

  • Less than a year
  • 1 to 2 years
  • 3 to 5 years
  • 6 to 10 years
  • 11 years or more

Last Modified: The last time the jobseeker updated a (new) CV.

Options available:

  • Today
  • Last 3 days
  • Last week
  • Last Month
  • Last 3 months
  • Last 6 months
  • Last Year

Clicking on a jobseeker name will open up the jobseeker profile and option to download a CV

Clicking on the job title you can Exclude the title, or rank this as a ‘nice to have’, ‘should have’ or ‘must have’.

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