IvyExec is an organization that describes itself as a "hybrid between a job board and an executive recruiting firm," and acts as both a place for professionals and MBAs to not only find work but also professional development services.
How Does It Work?
IvyExec was founded by a group of Columbia Business School alumni, specifically for the purposes of helping professionals find top tier jobs. Members of their service must come from top tier schools and have at least five years of experience.
The website says that all applicants and job postings will be screened before they are live and active on the site. They will use their applicants' profiles to match them with jobs, and will even recruit candidates and perform preliminary interviews if the company wishes them to.
Users can sign up for a Basic Membership, which is free and offers limited access to their job postings. Users who wish to have access to all job postings can sign up for their All Access Memberships.
This membership costs $42 per month, $105 for three months' of membership, six months of membership is $166, and a year of membership costs $254. All memberships automatically renew, so members who don't wish to renew their membership must call them to cancel before the end of their subscription period.
All subscriptions can be cancelled for a full refund of their fees during the first three days of the subscription period. Any cancellations made after this time are considered non-refundable.
Customer Service Contact Info
Customers who wish to contact this company with questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by phone at (888) 551-3444, by email at [email protected], or by submitting them directly to the website through their Contact Us link.
In general this website receives positive reviews from their members who have successfully used their professional development services to secure new jobs. There are some negative reviews from users who were unaware of the auto-renewal policies of their subscription services and were unhappy with the charges they found on their card.
Competitors and Alternatives?
While there are many other job finder websites out there, like Monster.com or FindTheRightJob.com, IvyExec says they stand apart from the competition because of their professional development services and strict screening processes.
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4 ‘IvyExec’ Reviews
Ivy Exec is a scam that offers consulting fees for time and knowledge shared from industry subject matter experts but does not provide payment.
They post positions and make it seem as if they are a placement agency for the company. You take the time to draft a resume and cover letter for the job only to find out that you must pay in order to apply. Save yourself the effort and just apply to the job directly. If they don't supply who the employer is, just bypass them and stick with traditional legit job boards.
The job Ivy Exec offered me was closed long time ago. I was lucky to discover this fact before I gave them my credit card.
Stay away from that company!
Warning to all! Ivy Exec is a scam. They charge your credit card without letting you know. They are scammers from Eastern Europe who have multiple complaints against them on Better Bussiness Bureau, Yelp and Complaint Board.
Read this again: They will charge you hundreds of dollars without any prior notification. Never give them your credit card information for any reason. It will end up someplace in Balkans and you will never get your money back.
They steal job leads from other recruiters and disguise them as their own. Then they tell you that you have been 'selected' to view ELITE jobs, and the only way to join their site is to get verified via a credit card. Then, a month later they charge your credit card without telling you.
A bunch of job seekers have been scammed by these Serbian criminals and many of them are joining together to file a lawsuit against Ivy Exec.
I repeat, DO NOT trust them with your information! They will take your money without telling you.
Please warn others!