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What is Topmanagementitjobs.com? What's in it for me, and can you guarantee it?
Is Topmanagementitjobs.com only for people looking for jobs?
Can I trust Topmanagementitjobs.com? Do you really have my best interests in mind, or are you just trying to get me to pay a membership fee?
As a job seeker, why should I sign up for a top management IT job board where I have to pay when there are so many free ones out there?
What makes you different from sites like Monster.com and CareerBuilder?
How do I contact Topmanagementitjobs.com? How accessible are you?

Job Search

How do I find top management IT jobs on the site?
How do I use search criteria to look for top management IT jobs on Topmanagementitjobs.com?
I'm new to Topmanagementitjobs.com. How is the advanced search option beneficial to me?
What do I do if I have problems with the advanced search function?
Are all of these top management IT jobs current?
How many times per day are your job listings updated?
Why don't all of the job listings contain salary information?
How can I differentiate between jobs posted by recruiters and jobs posted by companies?
How can I get more updates on jobs and job search-related areas?

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How do I apply for top management IT jobs?
Should I copy and paste my top management IT resume, or should I upload it?
How do I edit my resumes/cover letters?
If I enter more than one resume, which one will I be able to use to apply for jobs?
Can recruiters and employers search for my resume?
What is a job alert, and how do I create one?
How do I edit or delete my job alert?
What if I forgot my username/password?
How can I see what top management IT jobs I have applied for already?
What do I do with my mail merge file?
How can I bookmark a job so I can apply for it later, and what is "My Hotlist"?
If a job has been on your site for 90 days and you have verified that it still needs to be filled, is there a reason for this?
I saw a top management IT position that I was interested in a couple of weeks ago, and it has an "X" in the box, which means you can't apply there. If you still have it listed, is it available? Where do I apply for it?
Employers
What are the benefits of using Topmanagementitjobs.com as opposed to competitor sites?
How do I find the candidates that I want?
How do I post a top management IT job?
What kind of information should I include in a top management IT job posting?
What kind of information is not allowed in a job posting?
How will the candidates be presented to me? Is there a way to tell which job a candidate is applying for if there are many options?
Is there a special employer membership?
What should I do if my job is not showing up?
Can I edit, delete, or refresh my top management IT job posting?
What kinds of jobs am I allowed to post?
Why am I not getting many responses?
How many jobs can I tell you about?
Recruiters
As a recruiter, why should I choose Topmanagementitjobs.com rather than one of the other job boards when posting my jobs?
How can I post top management IT jobs?
Why should I sign up for a membership with Topmanagementitjobs.com?
What if I forgot my username/password?
What is a company profile?
How do I create a company profile?
What should I do if my post is not showing up?
Can I edit, delete, or refresh my top management IT job posting?
What kinds of jobs am I allowed to post?
Why am I not getting many responses?
How do I find the candidates that I want?
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About Topmanagementitjobs.com

What is Topmanagementitjobs.com? What's in it for me, and can you guarantee it?

Topmanagementitjobs.com is a job-research service that aggregates every single top management IT job it can find in the United States and puts them all in one place. As a job-aggregation service, our primary objective is to find every single top management IT job out there.

As a member of Topmanagementitjobs.com, you have access to jobs that most people do not have access to when they are searching for similar sorts of jobs. While we are centralizing the databases of thousands of online sources, we are also visiting the corporate webpages of most corporations and organizations in the United States and then taking the top management IT job openings from there and putting them all in one place. The results are profound: you would never find most of the jobs on our site elsewhere, no matter how hard you looked. Our database took years to develop and is a multimillion-dollar effort that involves hundreds of people working to bring you jobs on a daily basis.

At Topmanagementitjobs.com, we are willing to put our money where our mouth is. Our memberships have a free trial for the first three days. Simply sign up for Topmanagementitjobs.com and see for yourself. Our statistics show that virtually everyone who signs on to the site for the free trial chooses to remain a member long after because he or she finds so much value in the research we do on a daily basis.
Is Topmanagementitjobs.com only for people looking for jobs?

Not at all! Most of our members are happily employed and use the site much like a stockbroker might use the Wall Street Journal each morning. The stockbroker reads the Journal because he or she wants to know what opportunities are out there.

If you are smart about your career, you always want to know where the best top management IT opportunities are and where you stand in comparison to your peers. You need to think of your top management IT career as a business. You have skills to offer the market, and you need to put them where they are going to be valued the most.

Your career is a product. If you begin to think of your career as a product, you will very quickly realize that you are making a huge mistake if you are not selling your product for as much as it is worth or leveraging it for the most money possible.

You need to be aware of every top management IT opportunity out there at all times. Being aware of what's going on in the market will enable you to constantly be one step ahead of the competition, jump on the hottest opportunities the moment they become available, and be an educated top management IT professional.
Can I trust Topmanagementitjobs.com? Do you really have my best interests in mind, or are you just trying to get me to pay a membership fee?

Topmanagementitjobs.com is a division of Employment Research Institute, one of the largest employment companies in the United States. We have hundreds of employees and offices in more than 14 states in the US and around the world. We currently run more than 15 separate companies that serve the employment needs of hundreds of thousands of people annually. We are serious about the work we do at Employment Research Institute, and Topmanagementitjobs.com is no exception. LawCrossing, another one of our websites, is the most highly trafficked and popular legal employment site in the world. As you can imagine, a site catering to attorneys experiences a considerable amount of scrutiny, and it's no different at Topmanagementitjobs.com.

Topmanagementitjobs.com is a highly sophisticated research service whose objective is to provide you with access to every top management IT job in the United States. Because we are fundamentally a research service, we do not necessarily guarantee that our members will find employment through our site. Our objective is to simply ensure that they get access to every job out there matching their particular interests.
As a job seeker, why should I sign up for a top management IT job board where I have to pay when there are so many free ones out there?

It may seem like an unnecessary expenditure considering you can see job postings all over the Internet for free, but there are many reasons we require users to pay as well as many reasons that it is beneficial for users to sign up for a paid service:

  • It's more exclusive. Joining a free site such as Monster.com, HotJobs.com, or any of the other dozens of job websites means that you are competing with every person who needs a top management IT job and has access to a computer. It is very likely that you will get lost in the shuffle. By limiting the applicant pool to a smaller number of people — people who are serious enough about their job searches to pay a small fee — Topmanagementitjobs.com allows its members to have a better shot at the top management IT positions posted.

  • There are more top management IT jobs. By making users pay, we are making it possible for employers to not pay. Every other site requires employers to pay large (sometimes prohibitive) fees to post jobs. By making our service free for employers, we are allowing those employers to post without consequence. Any job they post will cost them absolutely nothing, so there is more incentive for them to post jobs with us.

  • We work harder than any other job board to ensure that we have every job in the top management IT industry. Other sites make employers contact them. In many cases, we contact employers so that we can be sure to have their jobs on our site. This extra effort we make on your behalf is something you can't get anywhere else.

What makes you different from sites like Monster.com and CareerBuilder?

1. We get top management IT jobs from every source possible.
Job boards like Monster.com and CareerBuilder run on a different business model — they completely depend on employers for adding jobs on their sites. Employers who do not wish to spend thousands to post their openings find no place on these job boards. Also, if you apply for top management IT jobs through these job boards, you are in competition with thousands of other applicants. This is because anyone with an Internet connection can access all the jobs on these boards. This means you have far fewer chances of landing the interview or getting the job.

Topmanagementitjobs.com's mission is to get you every top management IT job that's out there. Every day, hundreds of research analysts at Topmanagementitjobs.com monitor over 250,000 employer websites, job boards, and newspaper classifieds to consolidate each and every top management IT job opening on the site. The employers whose jobs we are locating get fewer applications, which means you have much greater chances of getting hired.

2. We do not charge employers to post — unlike other job boards.
The objective of sites like Monster.com and CareerBuilder is to get as many applications as possible for employers. To that end, these sites will advertise anywhere they can because they are being paid by employers to publicize their jobs. Employers want as many applications as possible, and the number of candidates rejected who apply on such sites is very high.

At Topmanagementitjobs.com, our objective is nearly the opposite. We want to find as many unpublicized top management IT jobs as possible for our members so that when they apply for jobs, they are not competing with a lot of other applicants. Because we are a paid research job site, a much smaller group of people use our site than competing sites. We and our members like it that way.
How do I contact Topmanagementitjobs.com? How accessible are you?

Topmanagementitjobs.com is Committed to Helping You!

The Topmanagementitjobs.com customer service staff is available to assist you through your job search on all business days, during our scheduled business hours. Please do contact us if you have any comments or questions about your membership or any of the services Topmanagementitjobs.com provides.

Rather than emailing us, we prefer to always speak in person. Our customer service department is available to handle your calls during business hours (between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., PST, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays). If you find any expired jobs on our site, or know of any job sources we are missing please contact us immediately at 626-243-1814. We appreciate hearing about new job sources as often as possible. Please feel free to contact us with any issues or concerns that you might have. We look forward to hearing from you.

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How do I find top management IT jobs on the site?

You can use any of the following search features to find top management IT jobs:

  • Perform a Quick Search: Start your quick search on the homepage or in the right-hand column on other pages; you can search for jobs by location and/or keyword(s).

  • Advanced Search: This feature allows you to narrow down your search results. You can search for top management IT jobs by location, keyword, source, and required experience. You can also confine your search to a specific geographic radius. For more tips on how to use the Advanced Search functionality, please refer to the next question.

  • Search by Job Titles: We have enlisted the most sought-after top management IT job titles at the end of the homepage. Clicking on the job title directs you to a page that lists all the related job openings from the site. Additionally, the page also gives complete information on that particular position, including a brief description of the typical job responsibilities and required qualifications, a job description video created by our in-house broadcasters, and active forums for any questions that you may have about that particular top management IT job title.

  • Now Hiring: You can search for jobs by employer in the "Now Hiring" section on the homepage. There, we list the latest top management IT jobs along with the relevant employer names and logos. This section is updated every day.

  • Map Search: Search for top management IT jobs by state with the help of our "Map Search" feature. Click on the state in which you'd like to search for jobs, and you'll see a list of all the job opportunities available in that state.

  • Job in Your City: A scroll bar lists the numbers of top management IT jobs available in specific cities. Find your preferred city, and see how many jobs are available there.

  • Job Alerts: You can create alerts that deliver the latest job listings to your inbox every day. You can also tailor your job alerts to your job-search criteria. For example, you can sign up to receive daily updates listing media top management IT consultant jobs in Boston.

How do I use search criteria to look for top management IT jobs on Topmanagementitjobs.com?

  • Click here to go to the advanced search page.
  • Enter the required keywords in the keywords field.
  • Select either the "Match Any" or the "Match All" button to search the database using any or all of your keywords.
  • From the geographic locations scroll box, select the country, state, and city to display jobs matching your geographic selection. You can also select multiple states and cities at once.
  • From the "Date Posted" dropdown menu, select the appropriate option to display jobs posted within the chosen time frame.
  • The "Job Source" option allows you to display jobs from recruiters, employers, or both.
  • Select your experience range in years from the "Minimum" and "Maximum" dropdown menus. For example, if you select a range of 4-12 years, the results will include all jobs that require that amount of experience.
  • Enter the appropriate zip code in the "Zip Code" field and/or select a "Radius in Miles" using the appropriate dropdown menu to review jobs within a specified radius of your location.
  • Select the number of results your browser will display from the "Display Results" dropdown menu.

I'm new to Topmanagementitjobs.com. How is the advanced search option beneficial to me?

The advanced search option on Topmanagementitjobs.com tailors your search results to predefined search criteria. You can use a combination of search parameters to list jobs that match your preferences. The advanced search option gives you more specific and realistic results.
What do I do if I have problems with the advanced search function?

A. If you're experiencing technical problems, it's likely because your browser settings aren't compatible. In order to use the advanced search function on Topmanagementitjobs.com, you need to make sure your PC's Java script is enabled. To do so, follow the steps below:

1. Go to the "Tools" menu.
2. Click "Internet Options."
3. Select the "Security" tab.
4. Click the "Custom Level" button.
5. Scroll down to the "Scripting" option.
6. Ensure that the check box labeled "Active Scripting" is set to "Enable."
7. Click "OK" to return to the "Security" tab.
8. Click "OK" again to close the window.

You may need to restart your browser for these settings to take effect.

B. In order to do a simple search, select your criteria and click the button that says "Search Now."

C. If you wish to save your search, go to the option "Save this search as," name your search, and click the "Search Now and Save Search" button.
Are all of these top management IT jobs current?

Yes. Although there are huge numbers of jobs available on the site, we are constantly referring to the original source of each job opportunity to make sure it is still open. This means there's no need to worry about whether you're applying for a job that has already been filled. We remove filled positions very quickly. To confirm how long it has been since a job was last verified, there is a "date last verified" notice on each job posting.
How many times per day are your job listings updated?

What Topmanagementitjobs.com does is very different from what other job boards do. The moment a top management IT job becomes available, it is added to our site. Our researchers work 24/7 to keep track of developments in the job market and ensure that new positions are immediately included in our database. We monitor the hiring needs of 250,000 employers, scour more than 10,000 employer websites, and pore over numerous publications to find every current job opening. We don't wait for jobs to be advertised. We hunt them down.
Why don't all of the job listings contain salary information?

Many employers prefer to wait until they have met you to discuss salary information. If a company lists a salary, we include it in the top management IT job description.
How can I differentiate between jobs posted by recruiters and jobs posted by companies?

Jobs that recruiters post are clearly marked as "recruiter jobs" by a special icon (a small red "R") on the search-results pages and a special box on the job's details page. While searching, you can choose not to include jobs posted by recruiters if you want to go through employers only. We are very strict about preventing recruiters from posting jobs under the guise of being employers. If you apply for a position that says a particular corporation is hiring, your information will be sent directly to the hiring contact at that organization.
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How do I apply for top management IT jobs?

You have two options:

  • Once you have found a job that you are interested in, simply click "Apply to This Job" and you will be directed to choose one of your resumes, a cover letter, a personal statement, and anything else you might want to include in your package. Once you have selected everything you want to send, you can click "Apply" once more, and everything will be sent to the recruiter's contact person.

  • You can apply for a job through regular mail (or via fax) as well. While much of the world has embraced Internet job boards and email applications, a hard-copy resume and cover letter still feel more personal and can convey that you are doing more than just pressing buttons on a website to get a job. You can either fill out an envelope and a letter with the contact information we provide or choose to add jobs to a mail merge file, which will come as a TXT file that you can use to make several cover letters and envelopes at one time.


You decide which of the two application methods is best for you. Be sure to check the "Additional Information" for specific requests from the employer. Someone who specifically says "mail only" will not appreciate a fax or an email.
Should I copy and paste my top management IT resume, or should I upload it?

We strongly recommend uploading your resume. This is the only way to guarantee that it will look exactly as you intend it to. Additionally, once you have copied and pasted your resume, there will be no way to edit it on the site.
How do I edit my resumes/cover letters?

There is no way to edit a resume that you have uploaded to the site. The easiest way to make changes is to keep a copy of your resume on your computer, make changes to it as needed, and upload it again. You can have as many resumes and cover letters on the site as you want, and you can delete old copies that you are not likely to use again.

Once you choose to apply for a certain position online, you will have a chance to edit your cover letter. The cover letter you have uploaded or typed onto our site will appear in the body of the email that the employer receives. You can change this to suit the job that you are applying for before the email goes out. Also, when you are applying online, be sure to create a subject line that will draw attention to your resume submission.
If I enter more than one resume, which one will I be able to use to apply for jobs?

You will be able to use all of your resumes to apply for jobs. Keeping separate resumes for applying to different types of jobs (e.g., account executive, media top management IT consultant, etc.) is a good idea because you can tailor different resumes to different job searches and choose which one best fits the job in question when you apply.
Can recruiters and employers search for my resume?

No. Very few employers would take the time to go through a database and search for candidates, and those who choose to do so often do not offer the types of jobs we are top management IT. Large corporations and organizations would prefer that quality candidates come to them.
What is a job alert, and how do I create one?

If you would like to be emailed about jobs that might be relevant to your search, then you can click on "job alert." Every time we post a new job, you will be notified and sent a description of the job to view. You can make the alert function send you jobs in a category that is very narrow or very broad. The top management IT positions will be sent to you in real time as we update the board all day long. If a position becomes available on Saturday at midnight, you can expect an email a few seconds later.
How do I edit or delete my job alert?

If you would not like to receive emails about jobs anymore, simply go to your homepage. All job alerts will be displayed on this page. If you want to delete a job alert, check the one you wish to delete and press the "delete" link. If you would like to change the types of positions being sent to you, click "edit." You will immediately start receiving jobs from the new search you requested.
What if I forgot my username/password?

Just click here and fill in your email address. We will send you an email with the username and password assigned to that address.
How can I see what top management IT jobs I have applied for already?

In the "My Outbox" section, there are two different areas where the jobs you have applied for will appear. If you click on the "Online Job Applications" link, you will see all of the top management IT jobs that you have applied for through the site's "Apply Online" feature. If you click on the "My Mail Merge" link, you can see all of the jobs you have applied for by mail. It might be a good idea to look over these lists before you start applying for jobs. Although we have made it impossible to apply for the same position more than once, you will want to make sure you are not applying to the same branch office of a company more than once. In general, your resume will come across the desks of the same people, and the more they see of the same applicant, the less likely they are to consider that person.
What do I do with my mail merge file?

We provide you with a mail merge file that comes as a TXT file. In order for the mail merge to be useful, there are several steps you will have to follow:

First, download the mail merge file and save it in a place where you can easily find it later. All of the lines in the first row should match the corresponding contact information in the rows beneath them. For instance, "fname" is the field with the contact person's first name, if available. Everywhere on your cover letter where you want the first name of the contact person to appear, go (in Microsoft Word) to "Insert Field." Under "Categories," select "Mail Merge," and under "Field Names," select "MergeField." A text box marked "Field Name" will appear after you have made these selections. Type in the name of the field in the mail merge file. A box will appear at this point in your document (in this case, "fname"). Keep doing this for all fields you would like to show in your cover letter or on your envelopes.

When you have added all the fields you would like to add, click on the "Open Data Source" icon and find the mail merge file (from wherever you have saved it). Once you have opened it, go to the "Merge to New Document" icon. This will provide you with a mail merge document with all of the contact information for all of the jobs you chose to apply for.
How can I bookmark a job so I can apply for it later, and what is "My Hotlist"?

If you are considering applying for a top management IT job you have seen but do not want to do so immediately, click "Add this job to my hotlist." This will save the job so that you can apply for it later in a bulk application, if you wish. The hotlist is easily accessible from any page once you are signed in.
If a job has been on your site for 90 days and you have verified that it still needs to be filled, is there a reason for this?

Occasionally, employers will have job openings that remain vacant for more than 90 days. We are constantly communicating with these organizations to ensure that the positions listed are, in fact, still available and that the organizations are still hiring for them. While it is impossible to generalize about these situations, in some cases, the hiring organization has ongoing hiring for a particular position or it simply hasn't found the right candidate yet.
I saw a top management IT job that I was interested in a couple of weeks ago, and it has an "X" in the box, which means you can't apply there. If you still have it listed, is it available? Where do I apply for it?

The black "X" symbol indicates that you cannot apply online for the job of your choice because the employer does not wish to receive online applications for the job opening. Please see "Employer's Contact Details" to submit your resume.
Employers
What are the benefits of using Topmanagementitjobs.com as opposed to competitor sites?

There are many advantages to using Topmanagementitjobs.com. For one, it is the only free site on the Internet for employers. Posting on other sites and in newspapers can be a waste of hundreds of dollars unless you get the perfect candidate. While it is certainly possible to find him or her, the cons far outweigh the pros if you do not. Topmanagementitjobs.com, meanwhile, offers:

  • No-cost job posting. There is no similar website that offers its services for free to employers. Topmanagementitjobs.com carries no inherent risk. We will post your jobs and find you the candidates you are looking for at no cost.

  • A recruiter who can handle ALL of your needs. There are many ways to find qualified top management IT professionals and staff. Topmanagementitjobs.com allows you to post all of your jobs in one place — again, at no cost!

  • Serious candidates. We require job candidates to pay for the site for a reason: so that we can deliver candidates to you who are serious about finding jobs and working hard. Anyone can post a resume or apply for a job on other sites, but we require membership because it means the people on our site value their job searches (and are likely more passionate about the work they do). They are so dedicated that they are willing to pay for access to the best opportunities.

How do I find the candidates that I want?

Just sit back, and they will come to you. That's the beauty of our system. Tell us about your jobs, and you will receive submissions from qualified applicants.
How do I post a top management IT job?

On the Topmanagementitjobs.com homepage, there is a button that says "Post a Job." Click on it, and a new window will appear asking for the job information you would like posted. You can even post multiple job openings that you may have. Once we have verified that the jobs are not already in our database and are coming from a valid source, they will appear on the site.
What kind of information should I include in a top management IT job posting?

While you can include anything you want (that is, if it is relevant — we will be looking at your job advertisements before they are posted), there are certain things that should be included and just as many that should be left out.

Do include:

  • The name of the city where the position is located (e.g., a search performed for jobs in Los Angeles might return your posting for a job in Burbank or Pasadena, which may be nearly impossible for someone to get to without a car).
  • The number of years of experience, type of experience, and level of education necessary.
  • Any special requirements. For example, if you specifically need someone with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, say so.
  • A description of the job's responsibilities.
  • Information about your company, including a brief description of its size, location(s), and industry.
  • Job title.

Do not include:

  • Salary information. Unless you are offering a salary well above the market average (thereby ensuring you will get the best candidates no matter what), it might be better to hold off on salary information until you have seen what kinds of candidates you hear from. You may decide that you are willing to pay a few thousand more for a star (who might not have applied for the job had he or she seen a salary that was not at his or her level). Something like "competitive salary" should suffice.
  • Anything that is irrelevant and/or sounds negative. You want to ensure that people apply for your position. Including something like "may be required to work in other locations also" when that never really happens only ensures that people will not want to bother with your position. Honesty is important, and you should never be dishonest in your posting, but it might be best to save information about minor inconveniences that come with the job for the interview stage.

While it is up to you what is ultimately included in the job posting, if you are as specific as possible — without limiting yourself with harsh boundaries and off-putting details — more qualified applicants will knock on your door.
What kind of information is not allowed in a job posting?

We do not allow profanity, irrelevant advertisements, or anything else that is not job-related. Our job posts advertise jobs, and the integrity of the site will be compromised if we allow anything but jobs to be posted in this section. Any user attempting to pass himself or herself off as an employer and post a job that does not exist — or anything else other than an actual job — may have his or her membership revoked and be blocked from using the site in the future.
How will the candidates be presented to me? Is there a way to tell which job a candidate is applying for if there are many options?

You will receive an email package from every user who applies for a position. This will include a resume and, possibly, a cover letter, personal statement, and/or list of references. Users can also choose to mail or fax their resumes to you, provided you have given us the appropriate contact information when telling us about your job.
Is there a special employer membership?

No. There is only one membership type: a job-seeker membership. If you would like to view all of the jobs posted in the database, you are required to gain access through membership. Asking us to post your jobs, however, does not require membership.
What should I do if my job is not showing up?

It is possible that we have withheld your job because it has already been posted on the site by other means. It is also possible that the job does not fit our criteria for what makes a good posting. If you don't believe either of these reasons to be the case, email us at jobs@Topmanagementitjobs.com.com or call us at 626-243-1814, and we can discuss what happened to the posting.
Can I edit, delete, or refresh my top management IT job posting?

Once you have asked us to enter a job into our database, the job will be maintained by us, which means it will be refreshed by our verification methods and will be deleted once it has been filled. If you would like a job to be deleted, refreshed, or changed immediately, feel free to email us at jobs@Topmanagementitjobs.com.com with the pertinent job information and what you would like us to do.
What kinds of jobs am I allowed to post?

We encourage you to post all the job opportunities that you have available. Any top management IT-related job is acceptable. top management IT professionals come here to look for all kinds of positions.
Why am I not getting many responses?

There could be several reasons why a post does not get responses, but here are some suggestions addressing the most common reasons:

Perhaps you were too specific in your description of the ideal candidate and people did not feel that they would be able to meet the requirements. If this is the case, you can either search our database for candidates who match your needs using the search function or reword your posting to make it more appealing to candidates.

Because there are many jobs posted on Topmanagementitjobs.com, your job may have gotten lost in the shuffle, especially if it was posted a long time ago. Refresh your job by choosing it in your profile and then clicking "edit" and "save." That way, it will show up as having been posted on the day you refreshed it. You can do this as many times as you want.
How many jobs can I tell you about?

We encourage you to tell us about every job you have available. We will not repost the same job (we will most likely refresh the original if asked to do so), but other than that restriction, there are no limits on how many job listings any one employer can have on the site.
Recruiters
As a recruiter, why should I choose Topmanagementitjobs.com rather than one of the other job boards when posting my jobs?

The main reason to choose Topmanagementitjobs.com is that there are no costs associated with posting jobs on our site. We only ask you to inform us that the job has come from a recruiter when you post it. There isn't another job board on the Internet that provides this kind of free service.
How can I post top management IT jobs?

On the Topmanagementitjobs.com homepage, there is a button that says "Post a Job." Click on it, and a new window will appear that will ask for the job information you would like posted. You can even post multiple job openings that you may have. Once we have verified that a job is not already in our database and is coming from a valid source, it will appear on the site.
Why should I sign up for a membership with Topmanagementitjobs.com?

Candidates come to you because they believe that you have the time and resources to locate every position that might be suitable for them. For only $49.95 a month, you can be sure that you are not missing anything. We go out and find more jobs for you than anyone else so that you don't have to go hunting.
What if I forgot my username/password?

Just click here and type in your email address. We will send you an email with the username and password assigned to that address.
What is a company profile?

You can create a company profile for your recruiting agency. This will describe where you are, what you focus on, what separates you from the pack, etc. It will also collect all the available jobs that you are posting in one place. That way, candidates who already know they want to work with your agency can bypass openings from other sources.
How do I create a company profile?

When you sign up as a recruiter, you will be given the option to create a company profile. Simply click on "My Profile" after you have logged on to your recruiter page. This will allow you to enter information about your company and whether or not you want your organization to be searchable by job seekers. Any job you post will automatically be linked to your profile.
What should I do if my post is not showing up?

It is possible that we have withheld your job because it has already been posted on the site by other means. It is also possible that the job does not fit our criteria for what makes a good posting. If you don't believe either of these reasons to be the case, email us at jobs@Topmanagementitjobs.com.com or call us at 626-243-1814, and we can discuss what happened to the posting.
Can I edit, delete, or refresh my top management IT job posting?

Once you have asked us to enter a job into our database, the job will be maintained by us, which means it will be refreshed by our verification methods and will be deleted once it has been filled. If you would like a job to be deleted, feel free to email us at jobs@Topmanagementitjobs.com.com with the pertinent job information.
What kinds of jobs am I allowed to post?

We encourage you to post all the job opportunities that you have available. Any top management IT job is acceptable. top management IT professionals come here to look for all kinds of positions. Job postings will be judged on a case-by-case basis as they are submitted. If you have job you need to get filled, as long as it's professional, we will most likely allow it to be posted.
Why am I not getting many responses?

There could be several reasons why a post does not get responses, but here are some suggestions addressing the most common reasons:

  • Perhaps you were too specific in your description of the ideal candidate and people did not feel that they would be able to meet the requirements. If this is the case, you can either search our database for candidates who match your needs using the search function or reword your posting to make it more appealing to candidates.

  • Because there are many jobs posted on Topmanagementitjobs.com, your job may have gotten lost in the shuffle, especially if it was posted a long time ago. Refresh your job by choosing it in your profile and then clicking "edit" and "save." That way, it will show up as having been posted on the day you refreshed it. You can do this as many times as you want.

How do I find the candidates that I want?

Just sit back, and they will come to you. That's the beauty of our system. Tell us about your jobs, and you will receive submissions from qualified applicants.