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SEARCHING FOR JOBS

Select Jobs and Search MyFuture Jobs from left hand menu. The homepage for the jobs section contains (see figure 1):

  • Because you viewed (looks at the last job you viewed and recommends jobs based on this),
  • People on your course are interested in (looks at jobs that other students on your course have viewed / applied to)
  • Latest jobs (most recently posted jobs)
  • Trending jobs (jobs that have the most views at this moment)

Figure1: MyFuture Job Postings Homepage

To search for a job, you can enter a keyword and select search or select "Filter All Jobs" and filter by position type, industry, job function and/or more filters - course, posted date, apply by.  You can also set up a Job Alert for a specific filter.  This will send a regular (e.g. weekly) email of the filtered list to your Queen's email.

You can also save a favourite job by clicking on the star, or dislike by clicking on the thumbs down.

There is also and option to "Follow" favourite employers - you will see new jobs from followed employers appearing on your homepage. 

 

APPLYING FOR A JOB

To apply for a job, select “Apply”. If this cannot be selected, this either means that you are not eligible for this position, or that you have not uploaded a CV. (See figure 2)

Figure 2: Applying for a Job

It will then show you how to apply. This could be via an external website, by submitting your CV / Cover Letter, or completing and returning an attached application form.

Please ensure that you attach the correct CV and cover letter before applying. (If you have multiple cover letters – it is best to name each for each company).

If the application method is by application form, please download the application form from the job posting, upload to your documents (see here) and click apply, selecting the application form you have 

VIEWING JOB APPLICATIONS

Select Jobs from the left hand menu and then My Job Applications. This will show you any jobs that you have applied to.

You can view your application and withdraw. (See figure 3)

Figure 3: View Applications and With Draw Applications