Depending on what kind of work you do, looking for a new job can sometimes be risky when you’re already employed. Poachable lets you share that you’re interested in other jobs all while remaining anonymous, so no word gets around.
Poachable works kind of like a dating app — it’s all about matchmaking. First, you put in all the vital information regarding who you are, your current job, and what kind of work you’re interested in. Then the service scours the web for job opportunities that match the data you input, and then lets you know what might be a good match. In Tinder-like fashion, you say “maybe” to the matches the service finds, and then the service passes along your information — sans any personal info — to the employers you gave a “maybe”. If the employer expresses interest as well, the service sets you up with a proper introduction.
Poachable won’t ever match you to your current employer and if you lose interest — say because you got a promotion at your current job — you can just snooze any opportunity for as long as you like. Poachable is a fairly new service, so keep that in mind, but it seems like a great way to peak your head out of your cubicle without worrying about prying eyes. To learn more, check out the link below.
Poachable: Anonymous Career Matchmaking [Poachable]