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You must take into account that your email account works as your username and if you forget your password, you can only get it back by an email sent to the mailbox showing on your CV. Therefore, if you’re planning on changing it, we recommend you to first update it on your CV.
If you are no longer using the email account you used to register, you need to sign up again with your new email account. Please note that the data you originally provided will not automatically transfer to the new account, and you will be required to enter it again.
Please check your spam folder, and if you still cannot find it, please contact us via contact mailbox.
Please check the “My Vacancies” tab – the date you applied should be visible next to the vacancy you applied to, this means your application has been received properly. If the date is showing blank, you will need to apply again. If this date is not showing up, please check you spam folder, the message should be showing up there. If not, please contact us via mailbox.
If you choose not to release a profile, your CV data will not be visible for Human Resources, except for the Job applications that you have made.
We suggest you leave your profile released, which is the default option; as this will allow recruiters to see your profile during any search of the candidate pool.
You must update the “description” under the “Education” section the amount of time you have spent on the studies and the expected duration.
Please choose “OTHERS” and use the “Description box" to detail your studies.
Please choose “OTHERS” and use the “Description” box to detail them.
It’s not mandatory but we recommend you do this, so we can have the most updated information on your profile. We suggest you use the international format EUROPASS (you can download the file from any internet browser).