All the Jobseeker tools on Lawjobs.com are completely free.
Creating an account on lawjobs.com is very simple. Visit the lawjobs.com homepage, and select Register. You will need to enter your email address and a password.
Once you have registered, you can access your account anytime by selecting My Account from the Lawjobs.com homepage.
Log in with your current email address and password. You can simply type over the existing username and password via the My Account page. Select the edit icon next to your name.
You can tailor your account by adding contact information, past work experience, certifications, etc. to facilitate the job application process. Employers will receive a copy of your profile, along with your cover letter and resume. You can also pre-populate your Lawjobs.com profile by using the “sign in with linked in” feature during registration.
By default resumes are in “private” mode which means that it is not searchable in the job database, and only the employer of the position you've applied to will be able to see it. You can make your resume searchable to employers that have access to the resume database by selecting the checkbox “make this resume searchable to employers” when you are uploading/adding a resume.
You can modify or delete your resume from the Resumes page.
Job Alerts can be easily modified via the My Alerts page.
Visit the My Alerts and select the delete button. You will still receive transactional communications, such as confirming receipt of your application if you decide to apply to a job posting in the future.
Select the desired package from the Post a Job page. You will be prompted to enter your existing login information, new users will need to register.
Yes, you can maintain employer confidentiality by adjusting your privacy settings via the Account Profile page — under privacy settings.
Lawjobs.com customers can brand their ads with a company logo displayed on their job postings at no additional charge. You can upload your company logo by visiting the Account Profile page.
Have you posted a job and can't find it on the site? The job may just be in one of our other dropdowns that help with the organization of the jobs you post on our site. Visit the Manage Jobs page, and select the relevant drop-down. You will be able to retrieve expired, suspended and even incomplete postings.
If you've used the Lawjobs.com tools for applies, the system will organize all of your applicants via the Manage Applicants page. You can also have applicants apply off site e.g. your personal recruitment page.
Within the Lawjobs.com tools you have access to search thousands of qualified legal resumes (at a premium). You will be able to go out and reach passive and active candidates instead of waiting for them to come to you. After you've purchased access, select the Search Resumes page to get started.