Candidate Dashboard

Welcome to the Kadimah Candidate Dashboard.  Whether you are searching for a full-time, part-time or project-based contract, please create your account and log into your new Candidate Dashboard where you will be able to:

  • Edit your personal profile
  • Create your online resume for Employers to search
  • View job postings of prospective employers

Once you create your online resume, you will be able to connect directly with employers to express your interest.  Likewise, employers who are interested in your resume will also be able to connect with you.

If you have any questions, please contact our Program Coordinator, Ethan Schneeweiss, at ethan@campkadimah.com

Helpful Hints When Posting Your Resume

When first creating your resume, be sure to use the entire template to add your relevant experience and education. Keywords are searchable by prospective employers so be mindful of using language consistent with the position advertised.

When it’s time to reach out directly to an employer for a job you are interested in, please be sure to attach a PDF version of your resume.

Take advantage of this opportunity to showcase your personal brand and demonstrate why YOU are the one employers should hire. Concisely address what benefits YOU can bring to the table to make it worth their while to connect with you, interview you and hire you.

Helpful Hints When Discussing Compensation

Camp Kadimah does not act as an intermediary between employer and candidate when it comes to salary discussion, but we have been explicit in stating that we do not condone unpaid internships.

When you are discussing your role, although we know it can be intimidating, make sure you ask about compensation at the end of that discussion (do not ask up front).  Depending on the scope of the job – whether it is full-time, part-time or contract work – we have asked participating companies to comply with local Provincial or State labor laws with respect to compensation.

If you are seeking a volunteer job because you want the experience, then the above does not apply, but be sure you have the conversation with your prospective employer so there are no loose ends.

 

Regardless of the job you are hired for, make a point of respectfully asking for a formal Agreement or Contract to sign stipulating your job role, start and end date and compensation.

Good luck and if you do secure a role, please let us know.

Phil David and Ethan Schneeweiss

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