Set up Job Alert Emails
Creating a Printable Job
Searching for Non-Profit
up Job Alert Emails with Catamount Job Link
Did you know you that with Catamount Job Link you can set up
automatic Job Alert emails? By setting up a "Search Agent," you will be
automatically sent jobs that fit your criteria. Here's how:
1. Log in to Catamount Job Link. Choose
"Search" and "Catamount Jobs" from the top menu.
2. Choose "Advanced Search" at the top. Then create a name for
your new Search Agent, and click the "save as" box.
3. Fill in your search criteria.
4. Choose "Submit."
5. Review your search results. As new jobs that fit your
criteria are posted, they will be emailed to you.
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a Printable Job List from Catamount Job Link
With Catamount Job Link, you can easily create a printable job
list--a summary of your selected jobs for easy printing. Here's how:
1. Complete a search (either by position number or keyword).
2. Choose the positions you're interested in, by checking the
boxes next to the employer names. You can also select the whole list by
clicking the plus sign button [+] at the top of the list. Once you have
selected the jobs you'd like to print, click the "Printable Job List"
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There are several techniques for searching for non-profit jobs in
Catamount Job Link. We recommend using all of them to get the best
results. If you'd like to skip to each technique, these links will take
you directly to them:
- Catamount Jobs - Keyword
- Catamount Jobs -
- NACELink Extended
Non-Profit Jobs: Keyword Search in Catamount Job Link
First, log in to Catamount Job Link. Here's what your home screen will
Next, choose "Job Postings." You have two options here, Catamount Jobs
and NACELink Extended Job Search. Choose Catamount Jobs.
Here's what you'll see under Catamount Jobs. Note that you'll
automatically see all the jobs currently active in the system,
typically sorted by most recently posted.
To narrow down the job listing, and see what you're really interested
in, enter a keyword in "keywords" and then hit the search button. You
can also select only certain position types, such as just internships
or summer jobs.
You'll see a selection of jobs that fit your keyword. You can see that
our search for "nonprofit" got 10 results. If you're not seeing as many
jobs as you'd expect, try altering your keyword search:
You can see that changing the keyword gave us more results; trying
multiple keywords and leaving the search as open as possible will
typically yield the best results.
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Catamount Jobs -
Another option is to use the advanced search option to search by
industry. First, log in to Catamount Job Link and choose "Catamount
You'll see a list of all the jobs currently active in the system along
with a simple search function.
Choose the "Advanced Search" button, which will bring you to a screen
where you'll be able to narrow your search further.
If you scroll down on this screen, you'll get to the "industry" field.
You'll see a list of your search results. You'll see, this gave us the
most results but not necessarily the same results - some jobs may use
different keywords - so we recommend using all these methods for
finding jobs that will be of most interest to you. Also, at
this stage you may be interested in ways to create
a printable job list or create a daily
email job alert.
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NACELink Extended Job Search
Catamount Job Link also gives you access to a national job search
called the NACELink Extended Job Search. (NACE, if you're curious, is
an acronym for the National Association of Colleges and
Employers) Typically, you will get more results from the
NACELink Extended Search, although the search methods are a bit more
To use this search, log in to Catamount Job Link and then select
"NACELink Extended Job Search" under "Job Postings."
Enter in a keyword and a location.
Your results will open in a new window. There are several filters to
narrow down your results on the left side of the screen. If you're not
seeing things you might be interested in, on the right side are direct
links to run your search through indeed.com, Google,
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