Tips for Power Searches

When you use keywords in your search, you can refine your search by using more than one keyword. You can also chain them with boolean connectors and a wildcard.

Here is some useful information about how to use boolean connectors:
AND
  If you chain words with the connector AND, the results will display only jobs that contain ALL of the chained keywords.
using AND in a search
OR
  If you chain words with the connector OR, the results will display jobs that have ANY of the chained keywords.
using OR in a search
AND NOT
  If you chain words with the connector AND NOT, the results will display jobs that contain the first chained keyword but not the second one.
using AND NOT in a search
" "
  If you surround a group of keywords with QUOTES the results will display jobs that contain the surrounded keywords exactly as you wrote them.
You can achive the same results by using the "This exact phrase" search box.
using quotes in a search
( )
  You can use PARENTHESIS to group some chained keywords. A search using a grouped set of keywords operates as if the words in parenthesis were one single keyword.
Using PARENTHESIS can widen or narrow your search results depending of the other boolean connectors used.
using Parenthesis in a search
*
  If you use the wildcard * the results will contain ALL jobs that have words which share the same grammatical root.
using * in a search
Keyword tips:
  Keywords in English yield better search results.
You can use a job title, a requirement or a company name, i.e. "marketing director", Javascript or Pepsi