We’ll ask a few quick questions to help build your Recruit Bright Profile, and walk you through creating/uploading your first resume on Recruit Bright.
Your profile is the key to making Recruit Bright work harder for you. The more you tell us about yourself, the more opportunities you’ll have to take advantage of our many tools and services.
Your profile is used to provide job offers and recommendations that are customized to meet your career needs. It is always recommended to also have a visible resume for employers to find.
Try to keep your profile up to date. If there are changes to your career, interests, education, or other details in your profile, remember to update your information to keep the personalized services coming.
- Contact Information
- Professional Overview
- Domain Expertise & Job Role
Keywords are words, phrases, and terms that you can enter to describe educational and professional experiences, skills, and company names. They are used to search for Jobs containing those words in their Descriptions. By typing in various keywords, you will maximize your chances of retrieving Jobs that most accurately match your search.
Start your job search with the keywords that relate to the type of job you are looking for. They could be the skills that you have, designations of the jobs that you want, or the qualifications that you hold. In addition you could be giving the city name, company that you want to work for etc.
- If you are a graduate, with some experience in a call center looking for a job in Bangalore – you should give “BPO Team Leader Bangalore” in the keyword box.
- If you are a qualified network administrator, with the required technical qualifications – you should give – “Network administrator” in the keyword box.
- Multiple search words will give you more results.
- If you are searching for phrases, then use ” ” around the phrase.
Example: “Sales Manager” “Art Director” etc.
- If you wish to avoid some words in the job description, then write those words with a minus in front of the job.
For example:: Sales -FMCG will give you jobs with the word sales in them, but only those without FMCG
The keywords that you give are searched for in the Title of the job, Key Skills asked for in the job and the entire text of the job description in that order.
The jobs are sorted on relevance by default. The most relevant ones appear at the top.
The keywords that you provide could be the skills that you have, designations of the jobs that you want, or the qualifications that you hold. In addition you could be giving the city name, current company name, etc.
Example: Fresher, Java, Programming, J2ee, Marketing manager online Bangalore, Service Manager Bank Bangalore, Telesales BPO outbound, etc.
Provide the name of the desired city for job. In case, you are not particular then choose Any Location.
Give a numeral like 1, 4, 8, etc. Do NOT type in with decimals like 1.5 etc. If you are looking for a job in the IT industry and have less years of experience in it as compared to your total years of work experience, then only enter the experience in the IT industry specifically.
Example: If you have a total of 8 years experience, but have been in the IT industry only for the last four years- then type 4 in the box.
Company Jobs are posted by corporates trying to fill the positions for their own requirements.
Placement Agencies Jobs are those posted by consultants or agencies who have been hired by corporates to fill their requirements. Choose All option for seeing the maximum number of results.
Find FAQ’s Below
Recruit Bright is now available in all Indian languages.
Mobile App - Home Section, there is a language selector you can use to change your language
Website - Home Tab, there is a language selector you can use to change your language
Job Search DosLook for verifiable company email addresses. Larger, more established companies usually have email addresses with top-level domains that match their websites. Generally, communications from such large established companies do not come from publicly available addresses like yahoo or gmail. If you are contacted by someone with a generic address, ask if they are able to conduct communications via a company domain email address. If they can’t or won’t, proceed with caution. Watch closely for email addresses with misspelled or “spoofed” company names. These are often similar to, but don't exactly match, the actual company name. Examples of suspicious addresses include “Info@company.net” instead of “Info@company.com” and misspelled company names like “Info@companie.com” or “Info@compaany.com.” Match the job offer to your application. Avoid bait-and-switch scams by confirming that employers who respond to your applications are offering the job for which you applied. Be cautious when pursuing positions with salaries, perks, and flexibility that seem too good to be true. Ask questions to confirm that the position is salaried (not commission-only) and that there is a physical base of operations when a “work-from-home” opportunity is advertised. Insist on an in-person or video interview. Be wary of job offers that come with little or no interview process. Scammers often avoid face-to-face interviews by relying on chat services, such as Google Hangouts, while offering “work-from-home” positions. Always report suspicious communications to Indeed. If you are contacted by someone you suspect of fraudulent intentions or suspicious business practices, please contact Recruit Bright immediately.
Job Search Don’tsNever send any form of payment to a potential employer you apply to on Recruit Bright. Not only is charging fees a violation of Indeed’s rules for companies, this are often a type of scam (see “Types of scams.”). Never agree to perform any financial transaction on behalf of a potential employer. This includes, but is not limited to, accepting or making wire transfers or cashing cheques sent to you in order to make purchases on someone’s behalf. Never agree to a job that involves opening multiple accounts and/or posting ads on Recruit Bright or on other sites. While there are certain roles where this activity may be accepted, such as recruiting or staffing services, exercise caution if asked upfront to open accounts for an employer you have not met. These are likely scammers and you could become involved in activities that may put you in financial and legal jeopardy. Never accept money upfront for work you have not performed. This is a tactic commonly used in financial scams and can put you at considerable legal risk.
Types of scams to avoid
Cheque scamsCheque scams aim to get people to unwittingly take on the risk of passing a bad cheque. Look out for scammers that offer elaborate stories about needing a personal assistant, caregiver or someone to cash a cheque to make large purchases or transfer money for them while they are out of town. These often include stories where:
- You are required to purchase expensive medical equipment for a family member for them.
- They are going to open up a new office “in your area” and you are required to purchase office supplies, equipment, or software using the cheque.
- They offer to pay you upfront for work you haven’t performed yet and ask that you transfer the remainder of the cheque to another account for them.
Money laundering scamsReputable, legitimate companies should never ask you to perform financial transactions or money transfers for them, especially via Western Union, MoneyGram, or BitCoin. Even if you are not asked to transfer any of your own money, scammers are often looking for other people to perform scam-related financial transactions so they don’t have to.
Reshipping scamsThere is virtually no legitimate scenario where an employer should require you to re-ship packages from your home. These are known as reshipping scams and offer work-at-home positions, sometimes advertised as “merchandising manager” or “package processing assistant.” Duties may include receiving packages and mailing them to foreign addresses on behalf of a client using postage-paid mailing labels provided via email. Unbeknownst to the new “employee,” these packages may contain, for example:
- Merchandise bought with stolen credit cards, which are smuggled out of the country by the reshipping scam.
- Counterfeit postal money orders, which are distributed to other scammers.
Fee scamsIt shouldn’t cost you money to apply for a job on Recruit Bright. Not only do fee scams fleece job seekers, they are also signs that a company may be involved in other shady activities. Certain legitimate expenditures like uniforms and job tools may be required after you accept a position but are generally deducted from your salary after you begin working. Likewise, background checks are most often paid for by the employer or offered directly to you by a local government agency and should not be paid by you in the form of a fee to the employer. Types of fees often levied unscrupulously include:
- application fees
- recruiter placement fees
- interview reservations
- training fees
- resume formatting/re-writing fees
- background check fees
- On your computer, open Chrome.
- On the top right, click the three vertical dots.
- Click More tools > Clear browsing data.
- At the top, choose a time range. To delete everything, select All time.
- Check the boxes next to Cookies and other site data and Cached images and files.
- Click Clear data.
- On your Android phone or tablet, open the Chrome app.
- At the top right, tap the three horizontal dots.
- Tap History > Clear browsing data.
- At the top, choose a time range. To delete everything, select All time.
- Check the boxes next to Cookies and site data and Cached images and files.
- Tap Clear data.
iPhone & iPad
- On your iPhone or iPad, open the Chrome app.
- At the bottom, tap the three horizontal dots.
- Tap History > Clear browsing data.
- Make sure there’s a check mark next to Cookies, site data and Cached images and files.
- Tap Clear browsing data.
- Open Safari.
- Choose Safari > Preferences on the toolbar at the top of your screen.
- Click Privacy.
- Select Manage Website Data.
- Click Remove All.
iPhone & iPad
- Go to your Settings app.
- Tap Safari.
- Tap Clear History and Website Data.
For all devices:
- Make sure the app is up to date.
- Make sure your device's operating system is up to date.
For Android devices:Clear the app data for the Recruit Bright app.
- Open the Settings application on your device.
- Go to your Apps menu.
- Choose Installed applications.
- Find the application you want to clear the app data from.
- Select it, Move to the Storage Tab.
- Hit Clear Storage / Clear App Data.
For iOS Devices:
- Uninstall the app.
- Restart your device.
- Reinstall the app.
Still having a technical issue?If you continue to experience a technical issue after performing the steps listed above for your device type, we recommend trying to access Recruit Bright via Google Chrome on your mobile device.
- Click the Delete Profile link.
- You will see a confirmation window. If you are certain that you would like to proceed, click on Delete Profile. Please note that this is an irreversible action and cannot be undone.
To edit your resume:
- Sign in to your Recruit Bright Account
- Click the "My Resume" tab on the top left of the page
- Click the any section you wish to edit
- Click "Save" at the bottom of the section to save changes
Reset your passwordIf you would like to reset your password, please visit the Sign in link in the upper right-hand corner of any Recruit Bright page. Click Forgot Your Password? at the bottom of the login box, enter the email address associated with your Recruit Bright account and click Submit. Check your spam or junk folder if you don't see the email in your inbox. If you accidentally created an Recruit Bright account with a typo in your email or if you no longer have access to the email address, unfortunately, you will not be able to recover the password for the account and will need to create a new account.
Signing in to another site (redirected from Recruit Bright)When you click on a job listing on Recruit Bright, you may be redirected to the employer’s website where the job is actively listed. Other sites may have their own login or registration requirements, and you will not be able to sign in using your Recruit Bright credentials. If you need any technical assistance you will need to contact the support team associated with the site you are redirected to.
To change your email address:
- Sign in and click the change email address link on the My Account tab.
- After you've changed your email address, Recruit Bright will send a confirmation email to the new address you entered. Be sure to check your spam or junk folder if you do not see the email in your inbox.
- Click the confirmation link within the confirmation email in your new email’s inbox to finalize the change. Once this is complete Recruit Bright will begin sending notifications to the new address.