Strike gold in your job search.
Never apply to another job online and receive tons of tech jobs in your inbox everyday — all while keeping your information private.
Let your dream job come to you
How are we different? We only show you the jobs you want to see so you don’t have to spend a second scrolling through job after job. So go ahead, put your feet up. We got this.
Keep your personal information personal
Every account is given an Alcamine.com email address to use on your resume, job boards, and other places you’re contacted with opportunities.
Know who you’re talking to
We pull in data about the company with the opportunity so you know who you’re talking to and if you’re interested.
Target the job you want
Put in what you’re looking for and have every job that comes your way scored.
Get jobs before they’re listed
Using our jobs engine, we’re able to show you jobs before they’ve been posted increasing your odds of success.
Get notified on a match
Every week, we send out a digest of the jobs you’ve been sent for you to review. You can also view the dashboard at any time.
Smarter all the time
Our engine uses machine learning and natural language processing to get smarter with every job we see.
How it Works
Create your Alcamine email address
Put in your preferences
Make your resume shine and add your Alcamine email
Post your resume on all those overwhelming job boards
Get notified weekly via email or check your dashboard
Find a job that wants you? Highfive. Take that conversation offline…
But keep coming back to check out other possible jobs. You may have struck gold for now, but you never know what other treasures you might uncover.
Alcamine is 100% free to use during beta, but we plan on helping make your job search even better. Stay tuned for added phone support (so you don’t have to deal with spam calls from Idaho) and other features to help you on the road of your job journey.
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