Assert your expertise with a .jobs domain name
The .jobs domain ending is strictly reserved for websites with a relation to employment. Though "jobs" is an English word, it's easily understood by an international audience, and internet users around the world associate it with job offers and human resources. With a narrow focus, .jobs is also highly illustrative for visitors of your site, who will be able to immediately identify the type of service you provide.
Facilitate your company's human resource management
Any legal and commercial entity may purchase a .jobs domain name, so long as the domain name you choose corresponds to the legal name of the company or organization. That allows you to, for example, create a website where you publish a list of job vacancies at your company, or even provide a platform that collects different job offers across multiple business sectors. This type of website aims to facilitate the work of recruiting new employees by allowing candidates to apply directly, or even to create a profile.
A .jobs domain reflects your identity
The .jobs domain ending requires a narrowly focused website, since it targets internet users looking for a job. Unlike traditional domain endings, many great options are still available to register, and it's still possible to get a domain name that corresponds to your business's name.
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Rules and particularities of .jobs domain names
.JOBS domain names at Gandi.net
Accreditation: Gandi has been accredited by Employ Media LLC since 2012.
Terms and Conditions
Assigning: The .JOBS domain names are reserved for natural or legal persons meeting the following conditions:
- Members of the Society for Human Resource Management ("SHRM"); or
- People engaged in human resource management practices that meet one of the following criteria: (i) have experience in the management of human resources employees; (ii) are certified by the Human Resource Certification Institute; or (iii) support the SHRM Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct in Human Resources Management, as amended from time to time.
Applications to register a .JOBS domain name are only accepted in the categories listed below:
- The "company name " category: the company registering the domain name must be an employer.
The company name category consists exclusively of those names which are, or include: the legal trade name of the company, or a name by which the company is commonly known (such as a brand name or product name). The Registry may contact you for additional information.
- non-“company name” category: any .JOBS domain assigned in this category is awarded at the registry discretion.
Syntax: from 1 to 63 alphanumeric characters or a hyphen (excluding in the first and last place and third and fourth place).
IDN (accented domain names): Yes.
Registration period: 1 to 10 years.
Second-level extensions: No.
Renewal: Domains are deactivated upon expiration. It is possible to renew up to 45 days following the expiration date.
Transfer (change of Registrar): The process is started on the new registrar's interface with an auth code. Ensure that your domain does not have a TransferProhibited status, is older than 60 days and has not been transferred in the last 60 days. The transfer renews the domain name for one year.
Change of Ownership: Available on our interface, the procedure consists in email confirmation by both former and new domain name owner. The expiration date is unchanged.
Deletion process: Quarantine of 30 days, see this table.
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