Next Job helps you find the right job matching your aspirations. Registering with Next Job enables you to:
|Sample||Unregistered User||Registered User|
|Access Jobs on Next Job||Y||Y|
|Apply to Jobs on Next Job||N||Y|
|Apply to Jobs in One Click||N||Y|
|Get new jobs matching your profile on email||N||Y|
|Access to unadvertised jobs||N||Y|
|Choice to get emails/calls directly from recruiters||N||Y|
You can update your profile only after you login to Next Job. Once you have logged in to your account, you see a snapshot of your active/default profile/resume and contact information. To edit your profile, click on the section you wish to edit.Note:
It is recommended that you update your profile/resume regularly. Recruiters often contact only those candidates who have recently updated their profiles.
Search gives you an option to look for relevant jobs based on your specific requirements. To search for a job, you can use the given search window. You may use the following criteria to look for relevant jobs.
For a keyword search you may enter Designation, Key Skills, or company name of desired job. Keyword search is of the following types:
If your email address is associated with an account, you'll receive an email with a password reset link. Check your spam or junk folder if you don't see the email in your inbox. Be sure to click the link as soon as you receive it - it's valid for 24 hours.
Check your spam or junk folder if you don't see the email in your inbox. Be sure to click the link as soon as you receive it - it's valid for 24 hours.
Your street address and postal code are visible only to you. Private resumes are not visible (and employers cannot find you). When you set your resume to Private, it does not appear in the search results, but you will still be able to use it to apply for jobs with the easily apply to this job button.
In addition, we allow employers to advertise their open positions and access our database of resumes and profiles for candidates qualified for those positions.
For more information on cookies, visit the Cookie Info page. Next Job also buys information about your interests from third parties and uses this information to serve personalized ads to you.
We share information with employers and others who may have access to Next Job’s resume and profile database. We share your information with third parties who help us deliver our own products and services to you. These third parties may not use that information for any purpose other than assisting us in providing those products and services.
If you give us your consent, we may use your information to contact you about other products or services available from our affiliates. With your consent, we may also share your information with third parties who may contact you about their products or services. We may disclose to third parties information we have collected from other websites. We may also share information where legally required.
We believe that managing your career is a life-long process and we retain all the information we gather about you in an effort to make your continued use with us more efficient, practical, and relevant. We keep your personal information until you tell us to delete it or until we determine you are no longer using your account. You can modify or delete your Next Job account information at any time by signing in to your account and making the desired changes or deleting your account.
If you do not sign in to your account or interact with our services, including continuing to receive emails from us, for a significant period of time, your account will expire and be scheduled for removal from our site. This includes your account information, professional network connections, and your saved resumes and cover letters.
If your account is deleted, you can create a new account. You can use your previously deleted email address or you can use a new email address.
Next Job has implemented measures designed to protect your personal information from accidental loss and from unauthorized access, use, alteration or disclosure. However, the Internet is an open system, and we cannot guarantee that unauthorized third parties will never be able to defeat those measures or use your personal information for improper purposes.
Keep in mind that one of our primary purposes is to provide you with a platform to broadcast your resume and account information widely to employers and to maximize your career opportunities. This environment does present a risk that unauthorized third parties will view your resume, so your resume should not contain any sensitive data, including personality profiles or other data that you would not want made public.
You should not provide any information that you consider sensitive, such as racial or ethnic origin, political beliefs, philosophical or religious beliefs, membership of a trade union or political party, physical or mental health or genetic makeup, addictions, sexual life, past criminal offenses or proceedings, or Social Security Number or national identification number.
We also buy advertising space on other sites. When you visit a site that has a Next Job ad on it, our ad can read your cookie, and we can tailor the ad to show jobs similar to those you have looked at previously.
Some of these advertisers are part of the Network Advertising Initiative. The NAI allows you to opt out of all its participant ad networks at once. You can do that here. You can decline third-party cookies by changing your browser settings as described on the Cookie Info page.
|Session||Deleted when you close your browser|
|Security Cookies||60 days|
|Poll responses||90 days|
|Alliance cookie||90 days|
|Information notice||24 Months|
|Monster advertising||24 Months|
You may also receive cookies from non- Next Job advertisers. Monster does not set cookies that come from non- Next Job companies. These cookies can last up to 20 years.
You can unsubscribe from Next Job emails at any time. Visit the notification settings page to adjust your preferences. Note that we will always send you account-related emails. These are necessary to let you know about important notices such as security alerts.
When you create (or upload) a resume on Next Job, you’ll choose a resume visibility status, which determines who can view your resume. You have three choices.
We use your account information to help you create your resume, build a professional network, match you to job opportunities or professional connections, provide personalized career advice, and show you targeted advertising. Your account information also lets you see recommended jobs based on your interests and compare your career progress with others in your profession.
Your visibility status determines who can view your Next Job account information. Your Next Job account information is not your resume so you’ll need to choose a visibility status independently of your resume visibility status. The following options are available:
These account sections may be shared with everyone, 1st degree connections, 2nd degree connection, or no one. To learn more about Next Job connections, click here.
If you would like to stop hearing from a particular employer, you will need to ask that employer directly to stop contacting you. We only serve as a forum for employers to contact you and are not responsible for managing their contact with you.
Next Job does not respond to requests asking for confirmation if an individual has a resume on Next Job. However, Visible resumes can be viewed by anyone with access to our resume database and employers may be able to locate your resume.
When you apply to a job through Next Job, your resume and application information are sent to the employer that posted the job. If you created a resume while applying to this job, we will save a copy of that resume in our database for your convenience.
Employers receive your application information via email and also within their applicant tracking folders on Next Job. Next Job will send you a message to let you know that your application was sent successfully. The employer may separately choose to send you a message confirming receipt of your application. Some employers and recruiters may not respond immediately to your application. After you apply for a job, your complete application will be listed on your apply history page where you can track its status.
Employers can contact you by sending you a letter electronically through Next Job portal.
Employers may use your application information for a variety of recruitment and hiring purposes. They may use it to contact you about the status of your application. Employers may also enter your information into their own database to track the application and hiring process, and may use your application information to perform a background check.