If you have a Martide account and want to know how to keep track of the jobs you've applied for, you can do this through the My Jobs page. Here's how.
Where to find the My Jobs page
Log in to your Martide account. The first page you see will be your User Profile. It looks like this:
Click on My Jobs in the menu on the left hand side of the page. It will take you to a page that looks something like this:
Here you can:
- See your open job applications (Active). In our example the seafarer has open applications for 2 jobs.
- See your past applications (History) for jobs that are no longer available. You may have been hired for these, or not successful. In our example the seafarer has 1 past application.
- Check what stage you are at with current applications by clicking on the job.
How to check the status of active applications
Click on any of your active applications. You will be sent to the job's page and your application. You'll first see info about the job and the stage that your application is at below it:
Here you can:
- See information about the company, vessel, contract, and visa(s) required.
- Check the stages of your application: Negotiation, Contract Sign etc.
- You can view stages which have a black arrow next to them. Click the arrow to open them:
In our example above you can see our seafarer has passed their medical examination and is vaccinated against Yellow Fever.
However, they have not been hired yet as the contract has not been signed. That means they can delete their application if they want by clicking the blue Withdraw button.
How to check the status of old applications
For old applications you will either have been hired or not accepted for the position, or you will have withdrawn your application yourself.
The status of the application appears under the rank. If you were hired, you will also see the salary amount:
If you click on the job position of successful hires you will see that the contract was signed:
We hope this helps you use your My Jobs page more efficiently. Thank you for using Martide!