step by step to register your resume

step by step to register your resume
step by step to register your resume

Through his social networks, the Colombian Institute of Family Welfare (ICBF) announced that he is currently searching for professions in psychology, social work, law, nutrition and other positions.

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For this reason, the entity published a video explaining more details about how to register for this and more calls for employment available.

According to the ICBF, it does not matter whether interested persons have professional experience or not.

What positions are available?

According to the ICBF, they are looking for the following professionals:

  • Psychologists.
  • Social workers.
  • Lawyers.
  • Nutritionists.
  • Artists.

Step by step to register in the ICBF resume bank

  • Enter https://bancohojasdevida.icbf.gov.co/BHV
  • Click the button ‘Check in’ to create an account in the system.
  • Complete the form registration with the following data: type and number of identity document and email. Also, create a password.
  • Subsequently, you must accept the processing of personal data.
  • Once the account is created, Enter the platform with the username and password you created.
  • Provide the information on the form requested: full name, cell phone number, residence address, type of studies, description of your professional profile, work experience, among others.
  • Once you accept the terms and conditions of the platform, click on the save button and your file will be loaded. CV in the system.

Finally, please note that for this call Any citizen can register who is interested. The ICBF will verify the information and depending on whether or not you meet the characteristics, it will contact you for the next step.

For more information go to the ICBF official website and pay attention to the calls of employment.


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