When you authenticate on Get on Board with your email or preferred social network, the platform will take the profile picture you have in the original account. If you wish to change your profile picture, you will have to change it in the original account you used to log in.
When you withdraw your application on Get on Board, your profile will be moved to the "discarded" phase of the recruitment process. Although no direct notification is sent to the company, the company will be able to see the reason for the rejection (that you withdrew your application for the position) and will not be able to send you direct messages from the platform.
Get on Board disabled your account because your email is not working properly (emails bounce). You will receive an email to reactivate it, or you can always chat with our team to help you reactivating it right away.
If, when submitting your application, you have a problem validating the LinkedIn URL you entered, we recommend that you check that the URL begins with https:// and that it does not contain accent marks (diacritic). If the URL contains accent marks, you must go to LinkedIn and modify the link.
If you are trying to apply for a job and the system does not allow you to do so, you should first check that all fields meet the maximum and minimum character lengths and that there are no required fields left blank. If the problem still persists, check the error message. If it says "enter a valid value", we recommend that you check the salary range you specified. _______________________________ (Reading time: 1 min)
If you created a profile on Get On Board and want to delete it, you can do so under "edit your account" by selecting the option "delete your account completely". This action cannot be undone and you will lose all the information you have saved, including your applications, CV, experience, etc.
On Get on Board, companies with a subscription plan have access to our Talent Database and can invite professionals to apply to their processes. If a company sends you an invitation to apply to a process, it has access to a preview of your profile, which includes data such as name, LinkedIn or GitHub profiles, and portfolio, as well as all the professional profile information you leave on Get on Board. Contact details and CVs are not shown in the search results.
Get on Board specializes in jobs related to Information Technology (IT). This includes (but is not restricted to) areas and industries such as Software Engineering, Data Science, Design, Innovation, Digital Marketing, etc.
If you believe that a company does not comply with what is offered in their ad, you can use the report button, which is located at the bottom of every ad on Get on Board. Each time you report a job ad, we review the case, verify the veracity of the report, contact the company involved, and take the necessary measures to solve it.
Don't worry. If you deleted an application by mistake you can recover it 😉. We recommend you to first check 'Your Applications' and search for the job you want to recover. Once you find it, click on it and select the option 'Recover application'. In case you do not find the job, send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or write to our chat to make the recovery request. Once the request is submitted, your application will be reinstated within 72 business hours.
When you apply for a job through Get on Board you can send messages to the company. To access this option, you must go to "Applications", then - once you select the application at the company you want to contact - you will see the "messages" tab, where you can write to them and ask all the questions you need.
No, you don't have to pay to browse jobs on Get on Board, it's a free service for professionals who are looking for IT-related jobs. To find a job on Get on Board, you just need to register, complete your profile, and start searching and applying.