How to get your resume in front of employers
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FOX Sports is looking to make it easier for candidates to get their resume into the hands of employers, after the company announced a new career-focused hiring platform.
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The platform will be available in select markets from the first week of July, and applicants will have the opportunity to apply for jobs through the platform at various stages of their career.
As part of the platform, employers will be able to upload a resume, cover letter, and cover letter of any type, along with other materials.
Applicants will also be able upload a portfolio of relevant work, along in line with the career path that they wish to pursue, and employers will then be able filter the resume through the available content.
“This is a major step forward in the careers development of aspiring athletes and coaches, and we look forward to continuing to build this platform to give our community a seamless experience,” said Rob Mackey, Chief Creative Officer at Fox Sports.
“This new platform is a great example of how we’re investing in our employees and their career goals and looking forward to expanding the platform to all employers over the next year.”
Employers who use the platform can upload resumes for hire, apply for positions through the job posting process, and apply for other types of employment through the career portal.
Applicants must be at least 18 years old to apply, and be able “have an extensive portfolio of career-related content to demonstrate to employers,” according to Fox Sports, and have completed a high school diploma or GED.
FOX Sports is looking to make it easier for candidates to get their resume into the hands of employers, after…