Hoatu i roto i te portal mahi
Mahi e hiahia ana koe ki te tono mo te mahi ipurangi? E pānuitia online maha mahi me rapu e tono koe te whakamahi i te portal mahi ipurangi, paetukutuku ranei mahi. Here e 7 tohutohu e e te tauturu ia koe te tono mō ngā mahi i roto i te portal mahi.
Do you need to apply for a job online? Many jobs are advertised online and require that you apply using an online job portal, or employment website. Here are 7 tips that will help you apply for jobs through a job portal.
He aha te mea he portal mahi?
What is a job portal?
He tomokanga mahi ko te paetukutuku mahi. Ka taea e kaitukumahi pānui mahi me ka taea e jobseekers titiro hoki mahi. He portal Ko te kuwaha, me te i portal ipurangis te kuwaha ki ētahi atu paetukutuku. E kore te mea te portal mahi tika mō te te kimi mahi. Na roto i te portal mahi, Ka taea e koe te tuku tono mahi ki tukutuku maha o te kaituku mahi.
A job portal is an employment website. Employers can advertise jobs and jobseekers can look for jobs. A portal is a doorway, and an online portal is a doorway into other websites. A job portal is not just for finding jobs. Through a job portal, you can submit job applications to many employer’s websites.
LinkedIn, Indeed.com, a Monster.com Ko te tino rongonui papa matotoru hoki mahi nui i roto i te USA. Otira i hoki maha kaitukumahi ratou ake papa matotoru hoki mahi. Anei ētahi tohutohu ki te tauturu te tono koe mō mahi ipurangi i roto i papa matotoru hoki mahi.
1. kamupene rangahau i runga i papa matotoru hoki mahi
1. Research companies on job portals
A, no te matau koutou he aha te mahi e hiahia ana koe ki te tono mo te, haere ki Glassdoor.com. Ka taea e koe te pānui i ngā mōhiohio i te kaimahi e mahi ana i taua kamupene. I te tahi taime e faaite ratou mōhiohio e pā ana ki te mea e whakauru koe i roto i tou tono.
When you know what job you want to apply for, go to Glassdoor.com. You can read information from employees who work at that company. Sometimes they will share information about what you should include in your application.
wā katoa e kite koe i te kamupene e whai tūranga rite koe, hanga he tuhipoka o te mahi. Kia mau ki te rārangi o ngā kamupene ki te arotahi ki runga i. Kia mau ki te takitaki i runga i o ratou pae mō mahi kia paanga koe i roto i.
Every time you see a company that has roles you like, make a note of the business. Keep a list of companies to focus on. Keep checking on their sites for jobs you may be interested in.
2. Hoatu i ake tomokanga mahi o te kaituku mahi
2. Apply on the employer’s own job portal
Ki te kamupene he ona ake portal mahi, te tono tika hei utu o roto i te paetukutuku mahi. Hoatu tika i runga i whakaaturanga paetukutuku kaitukumahi te kamupene o e kua riro koe i te wa ki te haere ki to ratou paetukutuku, me te e paanga koe i roto i to ratou ropu.
If a company has its own job portal, apply directly instead of through an employment website. Applying directly on the company’s website shows employers that you have taken the time to visit their website and that you are interested in their company.
3. Whakaritea tō anō me te uhi reta
3. Customize your resume and cover letter
Ka ui te portal mahi ipurangi mō ngā mōhiohio motuhake. ai ratou ui koe ngā pātai e pā ana ki to koutou wheako e me pato tika koutou ki to ratou pūnaha. Otiia tata tonu, Ka ui ano hoki ratou ia koutou ki te tukuatu i tō anō cover reta ranei.
The online job portal will ask for specific information. They might ask you questions about your experience that you must type directly into their system. But almost always, they will also ask you to upload your resume or cover letter.
e kore e tuku koe i te putanga ano o koutou anō, me te uhi reta wa katoa. Pānuitia i roto i te whakaahuatanga mahi me te kitea i te pūkenga nui kei te rapu i te kaituku mahi mo. Ki te tabulahia i te pūkenga te rite “hiahiatia” ranei te whakahuatia maha nga wa, he mea nui. Tirohia mēnā ki te whakahua i roto i to koutou anō, me te uhi reta pehea kua whakamahia e koe e mohio.
You should not submit the same version of your resume and cover letter every time. Read through the job description and find the important skills the employer is looking for. If a skill is listed as “required” or is mentioned many times, it is important. Make sure to mention in your resume and cover letter how you have used that skill.
Ko te tikanga, kaitukumahi whiwhi maha tono mō nga rārangi i runga i te tomokanga mahi. e kore e ratou whai wa ki te pānui i te katoa o ratou. “Anō pūnaha aroturuki” E whakamahia ana ki te tukanga awhina kaitukumahi tuhinga tere. He pūnaha rorohiko e te matawai mo te taua kupu i runga i te whakaahuatanga mahi me i roto i o koutou tuhinga enei. Tenei te tikanga he mea nui ki te whakamahi i te reo taua i roto i to koutou reta anō me te taupoki, ko roto i te whakaahuatanga mahi rite. Ako pehea ki te tuhituhi i te reta uhi, a tai'o tohutohu mō te anō nui.
Usually, employers get many applications for every listing on the job portal. They do not have time to read all of them. “Resume tracking systems” are used to help employers process documents faster. These are computer systems that scan for the same words on the job description and in your documents. This means it is important to use the same language in your resume and cover letter as is in the job description. Learn how to write a cover letter, and read tips for a great resume.
4. Tirohia hoki hape!
4. Check for mistakes!
He mea nui ki te tirohia hoki ngā hapa tuhituhi i mua i te tuku i tō tono. tonoa e hape i te karere e he maharakore koe, a ka hiahia tangata he tangata maharakore mahi hoki ratou. Ka taea e koe te ui i te hoa ranei te utuafare melo ki te pānui i tō tono. Ka taea hoki e koe te whakamahi i Grammarly ki te tirohia hoki tetahi hape. He utu Grammarly a ka matawai i te mōhiohio katoa tomo koutou i roto i te tomokanga mahi mō te kupu me te wetereo hape.
It is important to check for writing errors before submitting your application. Mistakes send a message that you are careless, and nobody wants a careless person working for them. You can ask a friend or family member to read your application. You can also use Grammarly to check for any mistakes. Grammarly is free and will scan all the information you entered in the job portal for spelling and grammar mistakes.
Ko tētahi ara ki te karo i hape ko ki te tito i tō whakahoki i roto i tetahi atu wahi i runga i tō rorohiko, pūrere pūkoro ranei - kahore tika ki te tomokanga. e ara, Ka taea e koe te pānui i koutou whakautu āta me whakatika ratou. Na, ina e rite koe, tārua me te whakapiri ratou ki te tomokanga.
One way to avoid mistakes is to compose your answer in another place on your computer or mobile device – not directly into the portal. That way, you can read your responses carefully and edit them. Then, when you are ready, copy and paste them into the portal.
5. Whakaorangia whakautu tukuna koe i runga i te tomokanga mahi
5. Save answers you submitted on a job portal
Hanga he tuhipoka o te whakautu whakaratohia koutou mo ia tono mahi tuku koe i roto i te portal mahi. kamupene rerekē ui pātai rerekē, a te tahi mau taime e mea ohie ki te wareware te mea i tuhituhi e koe. Ka Me koe ki te mohio ki ta tonoa koutou i roto i te tomokanga mahi, ki te kia karangatia e koutou i roto i mo te uiuiraa. Na e taea te hoatu e koe taipitopito i roto i te uiuiraa e ōrite me te hoki ake te mea i tuhituhi e koe.
Make a note of the answers you provided for each job application you submit in a job portal. Different companies ask different questions, and sometimes it is easy to forget what you wrote. You will need to know what you sent in the job portal if you get called in for an interview. Then you can give details in the interview that match and back up what you wrote.
Ki te kahore he ara ki te whakaora o koutou whakautu kia taea kite koe ratou, tārua me te whakapiri koutou whakautu ki tetahi atu wahi i runga i tō rorohiko, pūrere pūkoro ranei i mua ia koutou i papaki “tuku” ranei “unga.”
If there is no way to save your answers so you can see them, copy and paste your answers into another place on your computer or mobile device before you hit “submit” or “send.”
6. Whakapā i te kaiwhakahaere utu i runga i LinkedIn
6. Contact the hiring manager on LinkedIn
I muri tuku koutou tono, tatari hoki te wiki e rua ranei. Ki te kore koe e rongo hoki, titiro mo te ingoa o te kaiwhakahaere utu i runga i LinkedIn ranei i runga i te paetukutuku kamupene. Tukua ia ranei ia he karere tūmataiti poto. Mea atu ratou e paanga tonu koe i roto i te mahi, me te aha e koe he ōrite pai mo reira. I te tahi taime, āwhina tenei ki te whiwhi o koutou tono arotakengia.
After submitting your application, wait for a week or two. If you do not hear back, look for the name of the hiring manager on LinkedIn or on the company website. Send him or her a short private message. Tell them you are still interested in the job and why you are a good match for it. Sometimes, this helps to get your application reviewed.
7. Kia ōrite, me te kore e kia ngakaukore
7. Be consistent and do not get discouraged
Ko te tono tuku koe te whakamahi i te tomokanga mahi ipurangi ka kia kotahi o maha nga kamupene e tango. He tonu ko te rota o te iwi tono mo te taua mahi. Ahakoa te tono tika a koutou i runga i te kamupene o te tomokanga mahi whakamahi ranei tetahi o nga paetukutuku rapu mahi, ka riro ia koe he īmēra whakaū. Kei te tuku i te īmēra mohio koutou e i riro tou tono. E kore tenei tikanga i arotakengia kē e te tangata tō tono. Ko reira ka unga he whakautu aunoa wa katoa pā tangata mo te mahi.
The applications you submit using an online job portal will be one of many the company receives. There are always a lot of people applying for the same jobs. Whether you apply directly on the company’s job portal or use one of the job search websites, you will receive a confirmation email. The email is letting you know that your application was received. This does not mean that someone has already reviewed your application. It is an automatic response sent every time someone applies for a job.
e kore te tikanga e rongo koe hoki i muri i taua īmēra tuatahi. Ko te tikanga, kaitukumahi anake te whakautu ki te mahi tono tomokanga i te iwi te hunga kua tīpakohia mō te uiuiraa. Kaua e tiki paruparu. e kore tenei tikanga e kore e koe i te kaitono pai. Reira tika te tikanga e kore i tono koe mo te mahi e tika ana ano. Te tono mō ngā mahi wiki katoa, ara, ki te whai koe i te uiui haere mai ake.
You will usually not hear back after that first email. Usually, employers only respond to job portal applications from people who have been selected for an interview. Do not get discouraged. This does not mean that you are not a good candidate. It just means that you have not applied for the right job yet. Apply for jobs every week, even if you have an interview coming up.
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