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Can I change my details?

To change your sign in details, click on the 'Login' link at the top of any page, then follow the link labelled ‘Your Sign In Details and Contact Settings’ located in the ‘Update Details’ section. Username: Your account username is your email address, which is also used for correspondence. You can change your username to a new email address by entering it in the appropriate fields. To confirm the change of username click ‘Save Changes’. To undo any changes to the username click ‘Cancel Changes’. Password: To change your password, enter your new password in the appropriate fields. For security reasons your password must be at least six characters long. To confirm the change of password click ‘Save Changes’. To undo any changes to the password click ‘Cancel Changes’. Please note: any changes made to your sign in details come into immediate effect, so remember to use your new details the next time visit

Why can't I sign into my account?

To sign in you need to be registered. You will also need to know your username, this will be the email address you used when you registered. If you cannot remember your password, try entering your email address in the Forgotten Password box on the ‘Sign In’ page. Does the above not help? You may be experiencing problems with Cookies. If you are still having problems please contact us via the link provided on our homepage and we will assist in resolving the problem. 

How can I register?

To register on Zamzit Jobs, you’ll need to complete our online form and, to apply to jobs, upload a copy of your latest CV. You can either reach our registration form via the ‘Sign In / Register’ link at the top of the page or by clicking on the ‘Apply’ button for a job you would like to apply for.




How can I apply for jobs on

Once you’ve identified a vacancy that matches your criteria using our search tools: Click on the job title to read the job description and check the role matches your criteria Click the apply button. If signed in, you will be directed to the Application page If you are not currently signed into your account you will be prompted to do so. Once you are signed in, you will be directed to the Application Page The Application Page is a 2- step process of attaching a CV to your account and then writing a suitable covering letter. (If you have already attached a CV, you can check its content by clicking on its title). A copy of the job description will be visible at the bottom of the page to remind you of the vacancy you are applying for. Once you are happy with the content of your CV and cover letter all you need to do is click the submit application button.

I've now found a job, can I delete my account?

Yes you can. Simply login to your account and follow the links to delete your account. Your details will still be held on our computers for audit purposes but will no longer be available to access.

I haven't heard back about an application?

All of the jobs posted on are posted by third parties. For this reason it is the responsibility of the particular agency or employer to contact you regarding the application. If you wish to check on the status of an application you have made, you can access the recruiter's contact details by clicking on the 'view application history' link when you sign in to your jobseeking account.

Why won't my CV upload?

Your CV To apply for jobs on, you’ll need to attach a CV. Once uploaded, your CV will be attached to your account for all job applications you make. However, you can replace it at any time, including on the application page. We accept CVs in Text (.txt), Word (.doc) and Rich Text Format (.rtf) formats with a size limit of 100kb. If you find your CV is larger than this limit it may be that it’s in a different format (eg .pdf) or that it contains a lot of formatting (eg tables, images etc). If you remove some of these features and re-save your CV, the size of the document should be reduced. Also remember that if you’re saving the CV on a Mac, you'll need to manually add the file extension ‘.rtf’ to the file name, as file extensions are not automatic on Mac operating systems.






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