OneWire is the leading career site for finance professionals. Whether you’re actively looking for a job or exploring your career options, OneWire provides you with job opportunities at top firms, relevant career content, and advanced job search tools and insights.
Job seekers of all experience levels can create detailed, confidential profiles, enabling them to maintain full privacy and total control over their search. Employers post opportunities and candidates apply and get matched to these opportunities based on the information in their profile.
We built OneWire to make it easier for candidates and employers to connect. Are you ready to make your next move? Create your OneWire profile today!
OneWire is a place for qualified candidates to directly connect with hiring employers.
Candidates – Individuals at all levels, from students to senior management, use OneWire to take control of their careers and get hired!
Employers – Hundreds of top financial services, consulting, insurance, accounting, and technology firms use OneWire to connect with talent across all levels.
Job boards and networking sites are cluttered and noisy. Their job postings are frequently stale, and employers are quickly inundated with hundreds of applications, meaning that your resume winds up in a black hole. Don’t waste a lot of effort for little opportunity!
OneWire is a new kind of site. You’re precisely matched to great opportunities at hundreds of relevant firms while maintaining complete control of your confidentiality and career preferences. Instead of sending in a one-time, single resume to an employer, which will quickly become outdated, you can update your profile and resume at any time, which is reflected in your existing applications. That way, employers will always see the best version of you.
Yes, your privacy settings are entirely dependent on your preferences. By default, when candidates create a profile they are public to all companies except their current employer. You can also choose to remain private to all companies except for ones you specifically indicate. It’s also important to note that regardless of your privacy settings, your information will never be accessible via the Web. All your information is protected on OneWire, and only hiring employers can access it.
We ask you to upload a resume so that the information can then be used to automatically create your OneWire profile. Since OneWire profiles are built with structured data, the same type of data employers use to search for candidates, OneWire is able to make precise matches. Candidates who upload a detailed resume then have the best success on OneWire. It is also recommended that you review your profile once you’ve uploaded your resume to ensure that all the information imported correctly. You are always encouraged to include more information than is in your single-page resume. In addition to job matching technology, uploading your resume is necessary in order to apply for a job posting.
There is no cost for candidates to create a OneWire account, apply for jobs, or get matched to opportunities. However, there is an option to upgrade to the OneWire Edge, a premium membership that offers you an advantage over other candidates at a low monthly cost.
A profile video is a new feature that allows you to introduce yourself to employers and personalize your profile. The video cover letter gives candidates another way to truly connect with employers and distinguish themselves from the rest of the application pool.
After polling the companies that post on OneWire, 80% of them agreed that a profile video gives more information than just a resume. Memory is predominantly visual, so stand out from the crowd with a cover video!
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