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I cant remember my password.
On the home page Forgot Password". Just click on it and the system will send you your password that you originally used when you registered.
Do all the positions that are posted on your site require me to speak Spanish ?
No, there are some companies that require it and some that say they prefer Spanish speaking. Feel free to apply to those that do not mention anything about a language skill.
Is searching for jobs and posting my resume free?
Yes, searching for jobs and posting your resume is free.
Also, all jobs that were posted on our site do not require you to pay a fee. If you ever come across a job, that was posted on Hispanic-Jobs.com and requires you to pay a material fee or any other fee, please report this to us immediately.
How do potential employers get my resume?
Posting your resume is the # 1 way for employers to find you. Employers are able to search our database at any time. Registered employers automatically receive your resume when you register. Your resume will never be deleted unless you do so yourself. You may also post your resume private.
I cant upload my resume?
Before you upload your resume in Word <.doc> or .pdf file format, you will need to complete the online resume questionaire. Its important that you complete each field on the questionaire. Once you completed the questionaire then you can also upload your resume in a Word document or pdf file.
Make sure that the name of the file does not have any period. For example, do not have a resume file name of Joe M. Ramirez. Instead save your resume as "joemramirez" or "joe_ramirez" or something similar and without a space inbetween names.
Also, make sure you do not use tables or images in your Word resume as this usually increases the file size.
If this does not help contact our support department at email@example.com for assistance.
I can not log in?
Please make sure that you log in on the left side. The right side is only for employers/recruiters.
Also, make sure that you use your e-mail address and the exact password when you signed up. If you cant remember your password you can have it e-mailed to you by clicking on "Forgot Password".
Can I apply for multiple jobs by submitting several different resumes?
The best way would be to create/register different accounts for each resume because one account only allows one resume. Just make sure that you use a different e-mail for each account. This would be the only way for you to do this.
How do I apply to a bookmarked job?
After you bookmarked jobs, you can find all those jobs by clicking on the " My Bookmarked Jobs" tab, which is located on the left side menu within your account. Then click on the job title and it will lead you to the description of the job. On the bottom of the description you will see the "Apply Online" button. This is how you apply to a job. Make sure that you have your online resume completed and also write a cover letter to the company. Once you click the "Apply Online" button, your online resume with the cover letter will be sent to the hiring company automatically. If you do not write a cover letter then only your online resume will be sent. We strongly suggest to always write a cover.
Who posts jobs on the Hispanic-Jobs.com?
Thousands of companies post their jobs on Hispanic-Jobs.com. To view a list of the companies you can click on the link "Companies using Hispanic-Jobs.com". The link is located on the home page, right next to where the "Featured Companies" show up. You can also click on this link to see the list.
How often is Hispanic-Jobs.com updated?
Hispanic-Jobs.com operates in real time and is updated continuously. Companies can post a job or delete a job at any time and the website will instantly be updated. At times, you may see a job posted but on another day it might have been deleted because the company filled the job.
Can I apply to as many jobs as I want?
There is no limit. Please apply to as many jobs as you feel you qualify for. However, please be respectful of an employers time and only apply to jobs you qualify for.
What happens when I apply to a job?
When you apply to a job, the employer receives a notice that you are interested in the position. The employer can then log on and see your resume which you submitted for consideration of employment. It is up to the company to decide to contact you. Hispanic-Jobs.com does not get involved in the hiring process.
Will Hispanic-Jobs.com send my resume to a potential employers?
When you register your resume it will be automatically sent to all employers that requested to receive job seekers resume within a specific job category/State.
How do I search for a job?
You can go to the "Advanced Search" section, which is located on the home page on the left side. You will have different options to search by job category, State, Country and many other options. Click here and it will lead you to the search option. To look at all jobs click here. To apply to any of the jobs, we require that you register and log in to your account in order to get the contact information to the companies. This is totally free.
How do I apply to jobs?
- If you have not done so, register to create an account here . You will only be able to see the contact information to the companies once you register.
- After you completed your registration, log in to your account with your e-mail address and password.
- Within your account, you will see a menu on the left side. You can click on "Search Jobs" and then bookmark each job that is of interest to you.
- To apply to the bookmarked jobs, click on "My Bookmarked Jobs". Then click on the title of the job to view details of the job description. On the bottom of the description you will see the contact information to the company. You can either e-mail or fax your resume directly to the companies. You can also use the "Apply Online" button to send your resume. When using the "Apply Online" please make sure that you complete the online resume questionnaire before you apply. If you already have a resume prepared, you can copy and paste your resume into the questionaire fields. In addition, you can also upload your resume in a Word format or pdf file. Many companies prefer receiving both, the online resume questionaire and your resume in a Word file format. Our system will only allow you to upload your Word/pdf file if you complete the online questionaire. When you click on the "Apply Online", your uploaded resume will be sent automatically to the specific company. Dont forget to write a cover letter which you can write into the field provided.
Some companies decide to keep their contact information confidential. You will then be required to use the "Apply Online" and your resume will be forwarded to the company. To use this option, log in to your account, search for the job and scroll to the bottom of the job detail page. When you use the "Apply Online" the company will receive an e-mail from us with your resume and contact information. It is up to the company to contact you and Hispanic-Jobs.com does not get involved in any of the screening or hiring process.
Please remember: You must complete all fields in the resume questionnaire before you will be able to upload your resume in Word or pdf file format. If you are having problems uploading your resume, click here to read about some possible solutions.
How do I change my password?
To change your password you need to log in to your job seeker account and then on the left side menu, click on "My Account". The first page will show you the "Personal Information". You need to go to the next page by clicking on the "Continue" button and then you will see the option to change your password.
Can I register for your website even though I am not Hispanic?
Yes, you can. Just because we have the domain name Hispanic-Jobs.com does not mean that it is only for hispanics. The website is language based and was created to gather individuals who are bilingual/Spanish-speaking. Many companies now these days require the language skill and many employers use our website to increase the companies diversity.
Besides that, Hispanic-Jobs.com was the only domain name that was still available to buy.
If you do find a job that interest you and you are not bilingual, we encourage you to apply. Many employers, who post on our site, do not necessarily require the language skill.
We are an equal employment opportunity employer.