Searches by "Job Title" are one of the fastest and easiest ways to quickly search for relevant job listings on T-Net.
Simply enter the job title(s) that you feel would most closely match the type of job(s) you are looking for in the main Job Title field, and then click the "Search" button (example: enter "Software Engineer").
Note: Job Title searches can be conducted by themselves, or in combination with Keyword searches (for example: Job Title "Software Engineer" and Keyword "C++"), or also in combination with other Candidate Job Search Criteria (such as Job Category, Job Sector, Company Size, and others).
Searches by "Keyword" are an alternative (or addition) to "Job Title Searches", and it is important to understand the distinction between these two.
While a Job Title Search will search only the job title, a "keyword search" will search all job listing fields, including the job title field.
To search for job listings by keyword, simply enter the desired keyword(s) you feel would best match the kind of job or career opportunities that you are looking for in the Keyword search field, and then click the "Search" button.
Note: Keyword searches can be conducted by themselves, or in combination with Job Title searches (for example: Job Title "Software Engineer" and Keyword "C++"), or also in combination with other Candidate Job Search Criteria (such as Job Category, Job Sector, Company Size, and others).
Boolean logic commands (Boolean operators) are available to help users narrow down job search results. Boolean commands enable you to match exact phrases, to match only some terms, or to exclude certain terms from your search results. The following Boolean logic commands are supported (in both the Job Title Search field, and the Keyword Search field, or both).
By default, the job search matches all Job Title and Keyword Search terms. If you wish to match any word then you should use OR between your search terms. The word OR connects two or more words, at least one of which should appear on each job listing returned by the search results. This is a good way to connect synonyms or alternate spellings. Be sure to capitalize OR.
Developer OR Engineer OR "Web Developer"
By default, the job search matches all Job Title and Keyword Search terms. Because of this, it is not necessary to use AND in your search.
- (minus sign)
The Minus sign marks words that cannot appear in any job listing within the job search results. Use this to exclude pages containing a particular word.
Elvis -Costello This will request Elvis, but exclude anything on Elvis Costello.
The word NOT is used much like the minus sign to exclude words. Be sure to capitalize NOT.
Developer AND Engineer NOT Ruby
" " (quotation marks)
Quotation marks indicate exact multiple-word phrases. Without quotation marks, the search engine will assume that the phrase is a list of separate query terms.
"Senior Software Developer" will return a list of job listings containing that exact phrase. In contrast, the query, Senior Software Developer (without quotes) will return pages containing the words Senior, Software, and Developer not necessarily in that order.