Amazon will soon start offering “virtual” job seekers a new online resume for their online job search.
Amazon is partnering with job site CareerBuilder to begin offering a virtual resume for job seekers who want to fill out their online resume.
The virtual resume can be viewed by job seekers from any time and includes everything from their resume to any of the career and experience areas listed in the company’s “career section” and can be updated as needed.
The company says the virtual resume will be available for free and will include the same information that a real resume would include.
Job seekers who wish to view their resume will have to click on a “virtual resume” icon and then click “Start Now.”
CareerBuilder says the job search app is free to use, and users can also create their own virtual resumes.
“This is a way to showcase your accomplishments, skills and experiences to job seekers,” CareerBuilder CEO Mark Smith said in a statement.
“[Employers] want to know that they’re looking out for them and they want to see that they are applying their knowledge, skills, and experience in the job market,” Smith said.
Amazon says it’s making the virtual resumes free to job hunters in order to encourage job seekers to submit their resumes to CareerBuilder.
The app also offers job seekers the ability to edit their resumes and link their personal profiles with their virtual resume.
The new resume feature comes as a result of the company announcing earlier this year that it was working on a digital resume and job search solution.
In February, Amazon announced the launch of the CareerBuilder Career App, which includes a job search and resume builder that will help job seekers create and edit their digital resumes.
CareerBuilder is one of several job search apps and services available on the Amazon Marketplace, including the career website.
For more information, see: Amazon plans to offer a virtual job search service for jobseekers who want a job Amazon is offering a new virtual resume to jobseekers interested in getting their resume uploaded to Career Builder Amazon said in an announcement earlier this month that it is adding “virtual job seekers” to its CareerBuilder platform.
According to the company, the new virtual career resume will allow job seekers “to showcase their accomplishments, skill and experiences in the career market.”
“We’re excited to partner with CareerBuilder and create a virtual career application to help jobseekers navigate their career,” Smith added.
In a recent interview with Fortune, Smith said that the Career Builder app would be available to anyone with an Amazon account.
Smith said that JobSeed, a virtual hiring service that is available for hire on Amazon’s Marketplace, would also be adding virtual resume functionality to the site.
More from Fortune: Amazon, CareerBuilder expand job search functionality Amazon, Career Builder and CareerSeed are offering job search services to job candidates Amazon CEO Mark Gwynne said in January that the company is working on hiring more than 300,000 new employees over the next year, and that the job-search service was a key focus for the company.
He said the company plans to expand its job search capabilities on the Marketplace, and is now looking into using the CareerSeeds service as a way of getting job seekers in the door.
Earlier this month, Amazon made it clear that it would be adding new features to its career site in the coming months.
A JobSeeds representative told Fortune that the service will now allow users to upload resumes, add a profile and upload images of themselves.
But JobSees CEO Jeff Boulger said JobSead would still only be able to offer virtual resume upload functionality for the time being. Read more More Fortune coverage: