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Q: How do I forward my CV to this org/companies when no email is provided?

I’m new on this site and I need a hint? Most companies/ organizations requires applicants to email them their complete CV, yet no email is provided? How do I go about this?

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a stamp ?,,, if that doesn't work I'd try Carrier Pigeon.

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While, if you got Co.'s contact through the 'Jobs' here, you can send a message to the open vacancy advertiser.

 

You could include into your message:

 

"I am unable to post my CV to this website. Please, reply to my email address (nduviteko@yahoo-gle.com) and I will forward you my CV with all required documents attached." 

 

Then, you sit and wait for the replies ...

 

I did it that way years ago ... 'cause I don't use Windows OS on my puter and my files aren't compatible with this website.

I also didn't want to post open CV here ...

 

Good luck!

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If  they mention to email the resume/cv, the HR probally forget to leave the email. In this case, you may click the button and submit the CV on their job page. Then you could google the company and find the contact on their website to reach the one who is in charge of the recruitment if you really like the job. In a way, it gives a good impression that you are smart and really want to work for them. Who doesn't like a smart and passionate employee?
You may contact the boss/head on their website to give a short introduction on yourself and ask for the HR's contact to confirm if your CV is received.hahah then you are the one got your prospect future boss's attention, I call it self-marketing stragey. If it is a large company, you might try to contact the HR directly and speak nicely with her to ask if your cv is received. The HR in big company has her little power to help you get hired.❤️But do not mention the HR forget to leave the email, she might get criticized by her boss and make trouble on you.
Having worked many years in corporate world before I start my own business, I know a lot of shits. Good luck!

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a stamp ?,,, if that doesn't work I'd try Carrier Pigeon.

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