Monster's Resume Search gives you the power to proactively select the most qualified candidates for your jobs. No more waiting for the perfect person to apply. No more reviewing countless unqualified resumes. Instead, you'll have instant access to candidates who meet your exact requirements.
Monster has the Web’s largest resume database, and it’s growing by more than 40,000 resumes every day. In fact, Monster has more qualified candidates across location, occupation and skill level than any other career site. The depth of Monster’s candidate pool means you can trust you’ll find the skills and experience you need in candidates when you conduct a resume search.
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Our advanced resume search tools allow you to fine-tune your search so the people you interview will all be pre-qualified before you bring them in for an interview. When you search for resumes, you choose the criteria that’s important to you — location, required skills, experience level and more — and our breakthrough technology will instantly zero in on the most qualified candidates.
One of the advantages of Monster Resume Search is that you can reduce your recruiting time by automating your search. Simply select the candidate requirements that are important to you, such as location, required skills, education, experience level and more. Then tell us how often you’d like to be notified about new matching resumes. That’s all it takes. You can also choose not to be notified and simply run the search whenever you choose with just one click.
When you conduct a search, you’ll see a list of qualified resumes, including top level information like the job seeker’s most recent job title, employer and desired “target job.” You can choose a brief or detailed view and sort your results by resume title, location and posting date. Simply click a resume title to view the resume in its entirety. Flexible controls let you refine your search, conduct a new search and save favorite resumes to a folder for later access.
Monster uses a simple folder approach to organizing resumes. When you conduct a search and want to save resumes that look promising, you’ll simply select them and add them to a folder. You can create folders in advance or create one on the spot. We also supply a default folder for quick access. Simply click “add to favorites” and the selected resume will be saved for you. Your saved resumes can always be accessed with just a click on your Monster homepage.
Once you’ve saved favorite resumes, you can use Monster’s resume rating tool to easily rank candidates based on how qualified they are for a given open job. As you review a candidate’s resumes, you’ll select “Rate this Resume” and choose the appropriate rating level. Rating resumes is one quick way to review and organize candidates for future consideration.
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