Before starting your trial, we strongly recommend that you read this article which explains how you go about uploading your profiles/resumes to the platform. If you are unsure about the terms of the trial, check out this page.

How it works

1. On the platform, click on the job you are interested in working on from the 'Open Jobs' list. 

2. Read the job description thoroughly and understand the hard skill requirements of the role. 

Please pay particular attention to the sourcing location, years of experience and the required skills section.

Check out the sourcing tips page for submitting the best profiles.

3. Click on the "Claim Job" button to lock the role to you and for the system to let you submit profiles.

4. Upload the profiles/resumes you sourced at once from your computer by dragging and dropping them into the job page. Another way is by clicking the yellow button at the top right of your screen.

5. Next, the profiles will then automatically load, from here, type in the candidate's potential e-mail address and press 'Next'.

You can refer to this article to help you in finding candidate emails: click here.

6. The system will then parse the profile and pre-fill the information we need. Please make sure the information is correct and add any missing mandatory information.

7. Hit 'ADD' at the bottom right hand side of the screen to finalize the submission of your candidate. 

(Repeat steps 5, 6 and 7 when submitting your next candidate)

8. If you want to work on another role, just click on the "UNLOCK" icon to release the job then go back to the "JOBS" tab to select your next job. 

Note: You won't be able to work on multiple roles at once - you have to release the initial job by clicking on the "ClaimJob" button again, once you have done that you can work on another job.

Once you have submitted a profile to a job, you can track the status of your profile and payment through your dashboard LIVE

COMPLETE THE TRIAL SO YOU CAN START EARNING CASH! 

Watch this video to have a visual guide of the steps:

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