The 'Online Applications' page keeps track of all your on-line applications if you use the 'Apply' button to submit your resume. You may check the status of your on-line job applications any time by following the steps below:
Login to your JobStreet.com account.
Click on 'MyJobStreet' tab and select 'My Applications - Online Applications'.
The status of your job applications is shown here. Click to find out the updates of the various status.
The 'Online Applications' page in MyJobStreet helps you to keep track of your applications. However, the activity of choosing, short listing or hiring depends on the employer. Similarly, the updating of the application/job status also depends on the employer. JobStreet.com advises job seekers to wait for a month for feedback. However, if you do not hear from the employer within a month, you might want to consider the application as unsuccessful. At the same time, we are constantly working with the employers to help them improve their processing cycle time.
No. The employer will still have the same copy of your JobStreet Profile at the time when your application was submitted. If you want to send your updated resume, you have to re-apply to the job again.
Yes. The employer will always be able to download the latest version of your Uploaded Resume without you re-applying to the job again. However, note that the employer may still have access to the version which you used to apply for the job.
In your JobStreet.com account, the 'Online Applications' page keeps track of all your online applications. You may also withdraw your applications here if you change your mind or if you have accepted another job offer.
Please do not email your resume to us. If you have not deposited your resume with JobStreet.com, we strongly encourage you to do so. Simply register yourself here. If you are an existing user and would like to update your resume, login to your JobStreet.com account, and update your resume accordingly.
You may have been tagged as No Show base on the following:
Failure to attend a confirmed interview can result in a "No Show for Interview" tag, which can be put on you by an employer. The tag will be attached to your account, and any no show records can be viewed by other employers.
If you are tagged as No Show twice in a period of 180 days, you will be suspended from applying for jobs on JobStreet.com for 180 days.