Once you have been matched with a job on Tessellate the employer can then view your anonymised profile and invite you to apply for the role. Tessellate will notify you by email when you are invited to apply for a role - just click the link in the email or log back in to Tessellate to start your application.
The application process
Once you have been invited to apply for a job the position will appear in the Invited section of your candidate dashboard. You will then be able to view the full details about the role, including who the employer is and a complete job description.
Click the Apply button to start the application process. You will then be asked to write a covering message to introduce yourself to the employer, and upload any supporting documentation. We recommend uploading the following documents if you have them available:
An up to date CV
A portfolio of work (if applicable to the role)
Any written references from past tutors or employers
You may also wish to upload a formal covering letter here too. Once you have attached all the files you wish to include with your application, simply click the Submit button to send it to the employer.
Please be aware that once you submit an application for a job, the employer will be able to view your full Tessellate profile, including your name, email address, and all current and past employers.
What happens next?
Once you have submitted your application the employer will be able to view your full profile and any files you attached to your application. If they like what they see they will invite you to the interview stage via Tessellate and we'll send you an email to let you know!
What if I'm not interested in the role?
If the role isn't for you then simply click decline to withdraw from the process. Your profile will remain anonymous and the employer will not be able to identify you.
I have more questions
If you would like more information about the application process, please chat with one of the Tessellate team via the support messenger on our website, or via the link below.