Information for Job Seekers

Resmatic provides an online recruiting system that employers use to manage their corporate websites and online applicant tracking.

For Jobs with Resmatic Clients

Resmatic provides our clients with the software system that runs their online recruiting -- our clients our solely responsible for all applicant selection and relations. Please contact the employer directly for any questions regarding employment or the status of your application.

For Jobs with Resmatic

Resmatic has a limited number of open positions listed on our jobs page. Please do not contact us by phone about employment-related questions. Please make inquiries and applications via the web application form for the job appropriate for you, including questions and resume updates. Principals only.

Job Seeker Q&A

Where does my resume go after I submit it?
Your resume goes directly to the employer with whom you are applying, and becomes part of their proprietary database. This information is never disclosed to outside parties by Resmatic. Refer to the employer's website for their own privacy policies regarding your information.

How do I update my information?
To update your information, return to the employer's website and reapply.

How do I remove my information?
Most employers are required by law to keep all applications for a certain time, and are unable to remove your resume. Please contact the employer directly for further information.

My resume looks funny when I paste it in. Will it look OK when the employer views it?
Resmatic will automatically format your resume to an attractive ASCII version that will appear in our system. Your resume will look fine to the employer. This includes resumes cut and pasted from any program, including Microsoft Word.

How do I "cut and paste" my resume?
Just follow these simple steps:

  1. Open your resume in any text editor or word processing program.
  2. Select all the text in the resume by choosing "Select All" from the "Edit" menu.
  3. Copy the text by selecting "Copy" from the "Edit" menu.
  4. Open the resume submission form on the employer's website.
  5. Click inside the "resume" input box to activate it.
  6. Paste the resume by selecting "Paste" from the "Edit" menu.
  7. You should see your resume in the input box. It will be automatically formatted by our system upon submission.
If you still have problems after following the above, you likely have computer or software problems. If these problems cannot be resolved, mail your resume to the employer at the mailing address listed on their site.

Where can I find more information on improving my resume?
A well-crafted resume has never been more important. Their are many sources of resume information available on the internet. One of our favorite is JobStar, run by California Public Libraries.

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