That is what resume search alerts are good for.
Step #1: Create your first resume search alert
To-do:- Open Create Resume Alert page.
- In "What" field type your most important keyword (for example: "nurse").
- In "Where" field type location where you search for candidates (for example: "New York, NY").
- Click "Activate".
Step #2: Create more alertsSimple alert from step #1 would match only some resumes.
How to catch all relevant resumes?
Create as many alerts as you need.
- Create alerts for every relevant keyword you are interested in.
- Create alerts for every location you are interested in.
If you want resumes from US only - type "USA" in "Where" field.
Step #3: Fix alerts that email you unwanted resumesIn previous steps you already created resume search alert.
If it emails you too many unwanted candidates - edit alert to make search filter stricter.
- Open email with alert that sends you too many mismatching resumes.
- Click "Update this alert" link at the bottom of that email.
- Add 1 or 2 extra keywords that resume must have in order to deserve your attention.
- Define exact location (e.g. postal code) and distance for your search.
- Click "Save".
Step #4: Use Boolean searchBoolean search allows you to create more sophisticated alerts.
These alerts match more resumes and, at the same time, filter out unwanted resumes.
For example: (nurse or rn) psychiatric
- Read one-page Boolean Search introduction.
- Play with resume search results until you get a good search query.
Then click "Get new resumes like this by email" link to create an actual alert.
If you have any questions - please ask in comments below or email firstname.lastname@example.org.