JobsAV is the leading specialist job board featuring jobs from employers and recruiters that work in the Audio Visual & Unified Communications industry.
What services can JobsAV offer a jobseeker?
JobsAV offers a full range of candidate services. You can review and track your job applications, subscribe to our Jobs by Email service, even upload your resume securely (and anonymously), so you can allow employers to find you! To find out more about the benefits of registering with JobsAV, click here.
Will it cost me anything to register with JobsAV?
No. JobsAV is a free-to-use service for all jobseekers.
Why do Employers and Jobseekers use JobsAV rather than generic employment sites?
Because JobsAV is 100% targeted to the Audio Visual and Unified Communications industry. As a result of our specific industry focus, all our registered users have far more relevance to you than some of the more generic employment sites, which can only result in more relevant responses and a better return on investment. JobsAV has the best and most relevant database of both jobs and jobseekers in the Audio Visual and Unified Communications industry.
Should I send my resume to JobsAV?
No, please forward your resume directly to whoever placed the advertisement you are applying to.
I need to find out some information about a job/company before I apply. Can I email JobsAV with my questions?
No. You must contact the employer or recruiter that placed the job advertisement.
Can I receive all the latest jobs via email?
Yes. By registering with JobsAV you can subscribe to our 'Jobs by Email' service. Once registered, you will receive relevant jobs as soon as employers advertising on the service post them.
Can I apply for JobsAV vacancies if I live outside the US?
If you're interested in applying for positions in the US you must either be a US citizen or have a valid Visa that permits you to work in the US. Individuals from countries outside the US must be in possession of the appropriate Visa to allow them to take employment in the US. For more information on Visas take a look at the US Department of State site at https://travel.state.gov/content/visas/en.html