Employers and Training Providers use CVMinder to manage job applications and some use it to support employability improvements.
Create a CVMinder account by:
- Registering with an organisation using CVMinder or
- Applying for an employer vacancy using CVMinder
You CANNOT create a CVMinder account on the cvminder.com website.
Registering with an employer allows that employer to access your personal information. The employer’s HR staff and line managers may cooperate in a secure system to consider your skills and experience fir the vacancy you applied for and any of their future vacancies.
Registering with a College JobShop allows it to access your personal information and share it with an employer. The employer is the organisation that released the vacancy and requested the JobShop to assist with recruitment. This could be an apprenticeship, work placement or full time employment.
Registering with an Agent allows it to access your personal information and share it with an employer. This is the employer that engaged the agent.
After completing the form and offering your Personal Information, CVMinder opens an Account for you.
IMPORTANT: You must validate your account before being permitted to access it (see Welcome to CVMinder).
Your account gives you access to the jobs you have applied for in addition to new vacancies.
Applying for a job
Applying for a job with any employer using CVMinder is easy. Only the employers with which you apply for jobs of register will have access to your personal details. Just select the vacancy that you would like to apply for and click the title.
You will be asked to complete some personal information and may be asked to upload your CV and a statement of introduction. Each employer may have different preferences regarding the information they collect.
Which employers use CVMinder?
There are quite a number of employers that use CVMinder to securely manage applications. Each an securely share your details with approved staff. You’ll be able to recognise when employers use CVMinder, because you’ll see the following: