How To Create Email Job Alerts on

Here at, we have created several features to enable you stay ahead of your job search, and the good news is that most of them are completely free.

One key important tool we recently released was the ability for job seekers to create job profile alerts so that they can receive an email notification for every new job posted on matching their search criteria.

A Job Alert is an email notification that is sent to your inbox whenever jobs matching your search preferences are available on our site. Whether you’re searching for a specific job title — for example, an administrative assistant position — or searching for a specific industry or company — Job Alerts will have you covered.

In the steps below, we will highlight how you can set up job alerts for the jobs you are interested in so that you don’t miss any opportunity posted while on the move.

Step One: Go to our homepage and click on Job Alerts icon.

Step Two: Log into your account.

Make sure you’re logged into your account for you to access job alerts dashboard. If you haven’t signed up, make sure you sign up with by clicking on register. Only candidates are able to access the job alerts dashboard, so make sure you sign up/login as a candidate, not as an employer.

Step Three: Job Alerts Dashboard

After you have logged in, you should be able to see the job alerts dashboard as shown in the screenshot below. If you have just signed up, you may see only the main dashboard and not the job alerts dashboard. If that is the case, click here or repeat step one above.

Step Four: Add Your Alert(s)

On the Job Alerts Dashboard, simply click on Add Alert Green button.

After clicking on your add alert button, the form above will open up. Now simply fill in the details of your alert as shown in the example above.

Step Five: Save Your Alert

Once your alert has been saved. You will be able to see this table in the screenshot above. Here you can email, edit, disable and delete your alerts. Also note that you can create as many alerts as you want.

Good luck in your job search.