Save Time Searching With Evergreen’s Convenient RSS Job Alerts & Job Feeds
Hello! We’ve branched our RSS job alerts out into several categories, and creating your own alerts takes just seconds!
To create your own feeds, simply replace “custom-keywords” with your own keywords, separated by dashes and in lowercase, in the web address below. For example, you can replace “custom-keywords” with “sales”, “new-york”, “division-manager”, or whatever other terms you’re looking for.
What’s An RSS Job Feed?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) lets website visitors filter out articles and blog posts that they don’t have the time to read. So an RSS job feed is just a single webpage that lists the jobs you’re looking for.
Why Use RSS Job Feeds?
RSS job feeds save you time. You can see more job listings at once than a regular webpage usually allows, and you can get right to the list without having to click through extra pages on a website.
What’s an RSS Job Alert?
An RSS job alert will mail new jobs of your choice to you by email, usually within minutes of being published.
Why Use RSS Job Alerts?
You don’t even have to check back on our website if you already know what type of jobs you’re looking for. If you’ve got your phone or computer set to tell you whenever you get email, we can tell you as soon as new jobs get posted. Make a good impression and get your resume in promptly when new openings become available!
How Do I Use RSS Job Feeds & Alerts?
Evergreen Recruiters has two ways for visitors to use RSS.
Use Ready-Made Job Alerts
When you click on one of our RSS feeds, you’ll see a list of all the jobs we have that match a word or phrase, like cabinetmaker. You can use your desktop browser to subscribe to RSS alerts so you’ll get an email when new jobs are posted. Or, if you’re using a phone, you can use a free RSS app to view feeds and get alerts.
RSS Job Categories
Evergreen Jobs (Permanently open positions)
Also Get RSS Alerts by Role & Job Type
Need a mobile RSS reader for iOS? Click here for a free iOS version, or click here for a free Android RSS reader. Also, you can see how to use RSS for Internet Explorer, RSS for Firefox, or RSS for Safari.