Crypto.jobs is a career search and recruiter website where employers in the crypto and blockchain industry can advertise/post jobs in any field and job applicants can not only search for those job positions to apply but also post their CVs that employers can access when looking for who to hire in the positions they want.
The Crypto.jobs website has now attracted 1355 blockchain jobs on its list in over 8 categories including tech, design, business development, sales, marketing, operations, customer support, and analyst.
With Crypto.jobs, employers can currently post jobs for free and view and contact only the first three applicants to those jobs. With a $199 upgrade, employers gain access to unlimited applications and applicants, have their job posts highlighted on the website's home page for 30 days, and receive instant, web-based push notifications when candidates subscribe to their job posting as well as get featured in the Crypto.jobs weekly newsletter. They also regularly send out @GetCryptoJobs tweets to hundreds of developers.
Those looking to hire can post jobs in the categories mentioned above or choose to assign a posting to the "other" category. Furthermore, an employer can post jobs specifying the country and location the employee is to be located, while candidates up for hire can search for job listings according to their preferred locations or according to job categories. It is also possible for employers to list a job depending on the specific terms of employment which include: jobs that require remote workers, on-site workers, on contract, internship or on a permanent basis.
Employers can also post jobs according to skills they require, the salary offered, whether or not any sort of equity position is offered, and whether they are dApp jobs, wallet jobs, smart contract jobs, mining jobs, cryptography jobs, web3 jobs, trading jobs, or solidarity jobs. From their dashboard, employers are able to access their listings for jobs in which they are looking for workers.
Job applicants access job listings by job title and company and then view details of any particular job by clicking on the listing. They can read through to see the skills that are required and other specifications, as well as to see the specific compensation (if included) for the job. They then apply through the crypto. jobs website, via email, or through a link in the job description itself. Job applicants do not pay, only employers do to post on Crypto.jobs board.
Each applicant is able to apply for jobs according to their particular interests and account settings. For instance, if you have set your interests to "remote" during the application, then you are able to apply through crypto.jobs for those particular jobs that require "remote workers."
Applying, just like the registration and job posting processes, is quite a short procedure. You simply post or upload your CV and write down your bio, your top skills, and current location, then hit the "Submit Application." The application is then sent to the employer who posted the job and they will contact you the applicant if they wish to proceed with the application. Applicants can also subscribe for job postings in their categories to be sent to their emails.
Crypto.jobs also lists resources that can be used to learn more about the blockchain, crypto, smart contracts, etc in order to equip themselves for related jobs and careers. For instance, it provides links through which interested people can sign up for courses that offer job-ready skills by learning blockchain programming and doing real-world projects, or by learning to develop smart contracts and decentralized applications using tutorials and tools.🔥130 Views