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Consulting Gig FAQs (4)

You can find gigs that you’ve already applied for on your user dashboard, in the section labeled “Gigs”.

Once you are in your dashboard, then you will see the Gigs listing table in the middle section, something akin to this….

When logged in as a Consultant, in the top main menu is an option to search for gigs. Clicking on “GIG SEARCH” will open the search view and allow you to find gigs of interest.

ClinicalBid Gig Search
ClinicalBid Gig Search

Once you have found a Gig that interest you, simply click on the “Apply” button to start the application process.

When you click this button, you will be able to send a message and related files to the Recruiter. This application will also be listed in your dashboard so you can track it.

Yes, in fact, anytime a user applies for any gig, their resume will automatically be sent with the application, if you have uploaded your resume in your profile.

Start by clicking on the “Apply” button for the gig.

When you do so, a window will open that allows you to send a message to the Recruiter and decide what files to attach. By DEFAULT the resume attached to your profile is sent.

However, if a user does not want their resume sent when applying, the user can check the box stating not to include a resume.

You will also note there is a box that allows you to send a portfolio file. This file is NOT sent by default but can be sent if checked.

Resume and Portfolio Files

To configure your resume and portfolio, go to your Settings view and scroll down to the Profile Info section. You can press the “Resume Upload” and “Portfolio Upload” buttons to add your files. One file for each option.

To view the existing files, click on the download button on the right to obtain a copy of the current files.

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