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February

Project Engineer

GOODMAN - Melbourne, VIC

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Source: uWorkin

JOB DESCRIPTION

The easiest way to use the Job Search is to enter one or more words as Keywords and the Job Search will find jobs with any of your keywords in the skills, position title or location. However, the job search has more advanced searching capabilities that allows you to include, exclude or even match words together.

What is a "key" word?

A keyword is any word you wish to pinpoint in your search. It may be a skill you have, a company you wish to work for, or the name of a particular project you want to look for.

Spaces and Case Sensitive

Leave one space only between words and do not include commas (,). The search field is not case sensitive.
Example:Account Management

Intelligent Alias Matching

This technology looks for and matches all commonly used/abbreviated terminology to ensure you get the maximum results to your search.
Example:Accounts Receivable, the search will look for accounts rec and acct rec

Include a "Key" Word

To include a word in your search, place a plus sign (+) directly in front of the word you wish to include. Do not leave a space between the plus sign and the word. F.
Example:Accounts +Management

Exclude a "Key" Word

To exclude a word from your search, place a minus (-) sign directly in front of the word you wish to exclude. Do not leave a space between the minus sign and the Please place all exclude "KEY" words at the end of your list!
Example:Accounts -Management

Match Words that must Appear Together

To search for two words together, place double quotes (" ") around the words.
Example:"Accounts Clerk"

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