About two months ago I saw a job posting for a position I really wanted. It was with a dream company and all my skills and experience closely matched the postings. However, I faced a few issues and concerns with the application, including the job application site be totally different from how jobs were usually posted and applied for. There were technical issues with the website, and I wasn't even sure if my application had been submitted successfully.
However after submitting my application, I hadn't received any confirmation email/unsuccessful email or literally anything from the online application portal/careers site, so a month later being the individual I am I emailed the HR manager of the company directly with a copy of my CV. I explained my passion for the company and position as well as explaining the application issues I encountered. The HR manager was really quick to reply, and forwarded my email to the recruitment resourcing manager telling him to 'please handle'.
However it's been a little over two weeks now, and I still haven't received any email from the recruitment resourcing manager. I sent the recruitment resourcing manager directly an email introducing myself about 5 days later after the HR manager forwarded my initial email onto him, but still no response.
I really don't want to give up, and I want to send another email to both the HR manager and recruitment resourcing manager. I was thinking about sending a follow up email to the recruitment resourcing manager saying something along the lines of 'I just wanted to see if you had received my previous email and if you had any questions in regards to my application' and then CC it to the HR manager. However, I'm afraid the recruitment resourcing manager may see me attempting to go over his head by CC'ing it to the HR manager?
I'd like your advice on this, in particular who should I email (should I CC it or BCC it or send an email to someone else entirely)/what should I say/any advice!
Thank you again everyone!
NB: This is different to the other 'I haven't heard back from a recruiter yet' questions, as this involves two staff, and the HR manager specifically asking the resourcing manager to follow up.