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Just enter the keyword(s) and location on the "Search Jobs" form on the top left of the page to search millions of jobs from across the web. Search operators are a powerful way to refine your search or job alert. For example:
|Operator||Will find items...|
|software programming||containing either "software" or "programming" (or both). This is the default.|
|"licensed architect"||containing the exact phrase "licensed architect"|
|sales AND medical||containing both "sales" and "medical" (note: AND must be capitalized)|
|java NOT script||containing "java" but not "script" (note: NOT must be capitalized)|
|registeredText +nurse||containing "nurse" and possibly "registeredText" but sort items containing "registeredText" to the top|
No! ZipRecruiter will never charge job seekers for anything. So go crazy, search, create job alerts, save jobs, apply, and post your resume online -- it's all free.
Your job search results are ranked by how closely they match your keyword search, location and by the age of the job.
Yes! In addition to entering your city/state or zip code, you can also filter based on how far a job is from your location. If you click the "Advanced search" link just below the "Location" box you will see a drop-down menu that lets you search for jobs that are from 5 miles to 100 miles away.
Absolutely! If you look under the "location" box, click "Advanced search" link and you will find a drop-down menu to filter jobs based on how long ago they were posted.
There are a few things you can do. To start, you can use the job age and location filters to search for newer job postings and/or for jobs closer to your area. You can also add more keywords and put " " around your search terms to narrow the results and find jobs that are more relevant to you.
There are a few things you can do. To start, you can use the job age and location filters to search for newer job postings and/or for jobs closer to your area. You can also add more keywords to narrow the results and find jobs that are more relevant to you. For more search tips, click on the "view tips" link above the "Keywords" box.
Your contact information and resume are sent to the hiring manager(s) who posted the job you applied to. Nobody else can see this information, except for you when you're logged into your free ZipRecruiter account.
If you opt in to the resume database, other hiring managers can see your resume and contact information, but only when logged into their password protected accounts.
We create a free account for you so that you can add a cover letter to the job you applied to, change your contact information or resume, easily apply to similar jobs posted on ZipRecruiter, and receive job alert emails with similar jobs that might interest you. You can unsubscribe from job alerts or close your account at any time.
No. We immediately email your job application to the hiring manager(s) for that job, and there is no universal way to recall a sent email message. If you're no longer interested in a position and are contacted by a hiring manager, just tell them that you're no longer interested.
Click here to close your account. Please note that the hiring manager(s) for the job you applied to have already received your resume and contact information, and closing your account will not change that fact. Closing your account will stop all emails from ZipRecruiter, prevent you from logging in, and prevent anyone else from seeing your resume and contact information.
Job alerts are daily emails that include the latest opportunities for your job search. You can create as many job alerts as you would like and can change or cancel them at any time on your Job Alerts page.
You can unsubscribe from job alerts by deleting individual alerts on the Job Alerts page or clicking on the "delete all alerts" button at the bottom right. There's also an unsubscribe link at the bottom of every job alert email.
We do everything we can to make sure that jobs posted through ZipRecruiter are safe and legitimate. We've built an advanced system that tips us off to potential job scammers and have an incredibly devoted customer support team that manually review jobs. If you come across a job on Ziprecruiter you think is a scam, please contact us immediately.
Yes. You can save as many jobs as you want. Just click on the star icon next to any job you want to save. To "unsave" a job just click on the highlighted yellow star and the job will be removed from your saved list.
Click on the green "Apply Now" button, or one of the other apply options. If you are a new user, you will be prompted to enter your name, email address, and phone number, after which you can either upload your resume or enter it in plain text. If you are a registered user and already saved your resume on our site, simply click "Apply Now" and the resume you have on file will be transmitted to the hiring manager or recruiter who is managing that job. If you want to apply via mobile phone and you don't have a resume on file, you can just complete the "Quick Apply" section.
Employers and Recruiters who post jobs may ask that you answer a few questions as part of your initial application process. Some questions may be open-ended, while others may be multiple choice or Yes/No.
Tip! We recommend that you take these questions seriously, as this is the first impression you will make on a potential employer. Be sure to check your spelling and grammar and make sure you answer the question that is being asked (without trying to be cute).
Yes, and we highly recommend that you do! To send a cover letter with your job application, you'll first need to login to your account. Then, go to the My Jobs tab and click on the "Add Cover Letter" button -- you'll see this button under each job to which you have applied. You can also edit cover letters after the fact and ZipRecruiter will notify the hiring manager.
Your resume (and interview question responses, if any) will be immediately emailed to the position's hiring manager. If you submit a cover letter, that will be sent as soon as you submit it.
Yes, you can replace the resume you used for an application submitted through ZipRecruiter by going to the My Jobs page and clicking on the "Edit Resume" button next to the job. Then follow the instructions to replace this resume. This will NOT replace the resume you used when applying to any other jobs, but you will have the choice of making this resume available for future jobs you apply to as your resume on file. We will also notify the hiring manager via email that your resume was replaced.
Yes, you can replace the resume we keep on file for you by going to the My Resume section under My Profile and following the upload instructions. This will NOT replace the resume you used when applying to any previous jobs, but will be available for future jobs you apply to as your resume on file. This is also the resume we use for the ZipRecruiter resume database, if you are opted-in.
We highly recommend you complete your profile on ZipRecruiter, which will help employers get to know you and help you stand out more when you apply to jobs. If you have a LinkedIn account, you can easily import this information to complete your profile.
When you apply to jobs through ZipRecruiter, we allow you to opt-in to our database of active job seekers for FREE. This will allow thousands of employers and recruiters to search for your resume on our website and contact you with job opportunities. Please note that your privacy is extremely important to us, and your personal information can only be seen by paid customers of ZipRecruiter, if you decide to opt-in.
Go to the My Profile tab and select My Resume from the drop down. You can upload a resume or create a text version. Once your resume is uploaded, you will have the opportunity to add it to the resume database.