From what I understand, the system "reads or scans" the
information from AppliTrack according to what the
administrators sort for. And many if not most applications do
not even get read or looked at although they are a viable
I realize there could be well over 100 applications for a
particular position, but when dealing with a computer and
people scanning for dates, words, whatever, how do I get my
application to make the sorting process and get looked at?
As I said in an earlier post, the few districts that use paper
resumes I have gotten a call for an interview. And have
received positive feedback.
On 7/25/15, to elsiev wrote:
> We, the folks who wonder what the sorting process is, do
> our cover letters to fit the particular job openings. I think
> most people do not send a generic cover letter for every job
> application. We are just wondering what puts some cover
> letters in the "yes" pile and some in the "no" pile when they
> all reflect solid credentials for that particular job
> On 7/24/15, elsiev wrote:
>> Just to be VERY clear ... you need to create a specific
>> for EACH application you send. Read the job posting
>> and make your cover letter outline your skills that relate
>> Generic cover letters can be the kiss of death.
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