You’re probably reading this section because you haven’t received an update about your job application. In most cases you shouldn’t worry, because reviewing your application can take some time.
- Many Schools and Colleges shortlist candidates after the expiry date for new applications.
- Most employers want to collect numerous applicants before they feel able to compare them.
What updates should I expect
You may receive email updates from an employer with which you have registered. The types of communication you could receive include:
- Updates on shortlisting.
- Interview dates.
- Offers of employment.
- Invitations to apply for other vacancies.
- Notice that they are considering you for another vacancy.
How do I receive recruitment updates?
In most cases, these will come via email and to the address you opened your CVMinder account with. However, important emails are also available in your CVMinder account.
I’m not receiving emails from CVMinder
If you believe that you should have received emails that you haven’t received, check your email account.
- Check to make sure that they are not in junk, spam or clutter folders.
- Change your email setting so that all email from cvminder.com is trusted by your mailbox.
- Please ensure that you are not forwarding your email to another email address.
A note on email forwarding
Email forwarding can cause delivery issues. Collect email ONLY from the email mailbox you registered with. Automatically forwarding CVMinder email to another email address may result in the failure of important email checks. In summary, your email system claims to be the sender of CVMinder email. The destination email system will check whether the sender was genuinely cvminder.com and that check will fail. This will result in non-delivery or junking the email.
I’m worried. Should I contact the employer?
Most employers appreciate a courtesy call from an applicant. Don’t let CVMinder stand in the way. CVMinder is merely a system to help Employers and Training Providers manage recruitment. It is not there to change your appetite or behaviour.