Finding Roles

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Marla Dalmau
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Ready for your first role? Here are five tips to help you maximize your placement potential:

  1. Update your profile with all your relevant experience. Our matching team shares your profile directly with clients. If your profile is incomplete, this may be hindering your matching potential. You can check out this guide on how to make your profile shine here.  
  2. Set your job search status as “actively looking.” This status indicates to our matchers that you are ready and available for an engagement.
  3. Apply to roles that fit your technical experience and professional background by clicking “start a conversation with a recruiter.” Before applying, ensure that you meet the basic requirements; otherwise, the matcher may not be able to consider you for it. This action is not necessary to be matched, but it does flag your interest in a specific role.
  4. Expand your search. If you do not see roles that are a good match, try setting the filter to ‘all jobs’ and check back in regularly. Our client team is working behind the scenes every day to bring new roles with diverse needs and new verticals. The perfect job for you may be just a few days away. 
  5. Engage with the community! This is the best way to make the most of your time as an Andelan. The community is a space to expand your professional network and invest in your professional development. Andelan’s are lifelong learners, and we encourage you to learn about the most in-demand skills and master them. Click the community tab to engage with fellow talent members.

It’s also important to note that matching times are based on market demand, your skills, client needs, time zone overlap, and interview performance, among other things. The process may take anywhere from a few days or weeks to months. We kindly ask for your patience with our teams, and yourself, and to trust the process.

We look forward to seeing your professional growth and success in your future engagement!

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