If you have a Career Profile listed on the Web site, employers can submit Contact Requests to you. If an employer has an interest in you for an opening, they will email you an overview of their job opportunity, which will also be placed in the "My Contact Requests" section of your Career Account. Then, you have 14 days to review the job opportunity and respond. (Note: If you are interested, respond as soon as possible. Many employers make hiring decisions before the fourteen-day response deadline.) To respond to the Contact Request, click the "Contact Me!" button/link. Doing this will allow us to release your identity and contact information to the employer, so that they may contact you directly. If you do not click the "Contact Me!" button/link, your identity is not released to the employer. If you are not interested in the opportunity, simply click the "No Thanks" button. This will inform the employer that you are not interested and it will NOT release your identity to the employer. This procedure allows you to control the release of your identity on a case-by-case basis. When you receive a new "Contact Request," you must respond to it within 14 days. Failure to do so may result in our removing your Career Profile.
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