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Set Up Your PirateJobs Account What is PirateJobs? PirateJobs is the Career Center’s exclusive job and internship database geared specifically for ECU students and alumni. Off campus job and internship opportunities are posted in the database. It also contains hundreds of employers and contacts and is a safe place to upload and store your resume, which you will need to apply for jobs. Ways to Use PirateJobs • Jobs & Internships: Access hundreds of current jobs - parttime (on-campus and off-campus) and full-time jobs. Set up job alerts and receive a message when the job you want is posted. • Employer Searches: Access thousands of employers and contacts. Search by industry and location. • Document Management: Safe place to store resumes, cover letters, references and other documents. • Applications: Apply directly for jobs and track the status of your applications. *You must have a valid Pirate ID in order to login to the system. If you are an alumnus, you may call the Career Center at 252-328-6050 and request that an account be made for you. Signing up for PirateJobs certifies that you have read and voluntarily agree to the Student Disclaimer Agreement. Follow These Three Easy Steps to Set Up Your PirateJobs Account: Step 1: Registration • Go to • Using the “Quick Links” drop down menu on the right of the page, click on the link to “PirateJobs”. • Enter your Pirate ID, which is your ECU email login (e.g. smithj09) and password. New user password is “0” (zero). Step 2: Complete Your Profile • Type and fill in all requested information (contact, academic and job search details) • Complete your entire profile. An incomplete profile will limit the PirateJobs features that you can use. Step 3: Upload a Resume • Meet with a Career Coach in the ECU Career Center to discuss and/or critique your resume • Have your Career Coach approve the final resume draft • Log on to your PirateJobs account and click on “documents/upload a document” • Click on “documents/your resumes” to view uploaded resume. Check it for accuracy. The Career Center CAREER SUCCESS GUIDE 7

Career Success Guide 2011-2012

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