4 Reasons Why You Should Create an Account on Vault

by Vault Careers | October 24, 2017

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You may think you can get all the information you need on Vault without creating an account. But if you don’t create an account, you’ll miss out on exclusive features that could help you enormously in your job search. Be sure to create an account so you can take full advantage of our career resource and gain access to the following features.

1. Get noticed by top employers

Build out a myVault profile in order to be visible to top employers and recruiters searching for job candidates on Vault. First, select “Create Account” within the “Sign In” area on Vault. Then, click the corresponding bubble to indicate whether you are a current student or active professional. Fill out the rest of the information such as your name, years of professional experience, desired job location, and areas interest. Finally, be sure to “opt in” to receiving Vault emails to ensure that employers can contact you about potential opportunities.

2. Save companies and internships

Once you’ve created your account, you can save profiles of companies and internships you found on Vault. Doing so will help you retrieve information on employers more easily. Our algorithms will then suggest similar employers and opportunities best suited to you, based on the companies you save and the preferences in your profile.

3. Create job alerts

Set up job alerts in order to receive emails with job listings catered to your interests, based on the criteria you specify. To create a job alert, all you need to do is select a job category and job type, add keywords, and choose a specific location.

4. Set job preferences

In the “My Job Preferences”  tab under the myVault drop-down menu, you can enter your contact information and job preferences in order to save time when filling out application forms for jobs you apply to through Vault. At the bottom of the page, you can also upload your résumé.

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Filed Under: Education | Internships | Job Search | Networking

Tags: Companies | Internships | Job alerts | Job board

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