JD stands for job description. Application Tracking System or ATS are bots that filter out resumes based on a score threshold. Common example of ATS are Talio,
Depending on the package, it makes the resume human and ATS friendly, and guarantees 80%+ score on the JDs.
Likely, depending on how similar they are. In fact, you can use jobscan.co to findout how similar the jobs are.
Calls from recruiters, HR or hiring manager is considered an interview. It is almost always the case that the recruiter and/or company's HR calls first. If they are happy with what they hear, the applications moves forward to the hiring manager. Making an impression over the phone is really within candidate's control.
Interview calls are guaranteed for the premium package.
Monster shows you the total number of views since the resume has been uploaded has been made public.
The initial scan is around 6 seconds.
“In many industries, sharing experience that dates back more than 15 years just isn't very helpful for hiring managers.” Reference
Often words are synonyms or similar, and can be used interchangeably. For example, processed and analyzed. Itíll be unfortunate if the ATS discards the resume based on a specific word when its alias is present. Therefore, jobAi includes similar words when possible.
I show you the optimized resume and results over Zoom. If you are not satisfied, Iíll refund the entire payment. Applies to basic package only.
jobAi optimizes the resume and profile for both human and machine consumption. The JDs guide the optimizations. The results can be validated against jobscan. Jobscan claims that it has identified the commonalities among the top ATS used by Fortune 500 companies such as Taleo, iCIMs and Jobvite
Having an optimized profile guarantees that it is beating the ATS and a human is looking at it. My research tells me this is the biggest blocker. There could be other reasons including applications still open, hiring manager on holiday, slow season like Christmas time, early applicants being interviewed first, a hold on vacancy to name some.
Networking comes first, followed by optimized profile that beats ATS.
Recruiters sometimes use the commute in the negotiation leverage. You don’t want to lose this leverage upfront.
ATS struggle with graphics and creativity. Recruiters also expect a certain layout and format of the resume. jobAi standardizes the resume for consumption of both.
Font, layout, structure, styling and a 6-second summary. jobAi does not change the content.
By optimizing resume for both human and ATS consumption. The intelligence is baked into the resumes’ metadata. The exact algorithmic operations are intellectual property (ip).
Yes, especially if opting for basic package.. While the algorithms optimize, inaccuries in the original resume carry forward. Also, you may want to add more achievements into the 6-second summary.
The algorithms may boost the score to beat ATS, but the human reader will catch it resulting in likely dismissal of resume.
It is work in progress. Infact, I hacked it using word to focus my time on the core product.
I do free-lance work under data++ and temporarily hosting jobAi website at data++ domain.
Jobscan gives a comprehensive overview
Yes. But I want my resume as public as possible to be known as "the" data scientist. I speculate more public my resume is, the more widely will be I known.