Featured job posts
Resume database access
Job post distribution
AlaskaJobs offers employers a targeted approach to finding candidates in Alaska. The platform is free to use for both employers and job seekers and features a searchable resume database and an employer dashboard for managing job ads. However, the site lacks other convenient features, such as job post enhancements and job post distribution.
- It is free to post jobs and search resumes.
- There is a resume database that employers can use to search for candidates that match their job criteria.
- Employers can manage their job ads and resume searches from an online dashboard.
- The site features a range of workforce development resources and labor market information.
- Job seekers can search for job postings by keyword and location to find relevant ads fast.
- There are no options to enhance job ads for increased visibility and exposure.
- The site does not offer an applicant tracking system.
We were unable to find any online reviews of AlaskaJobs.
AlaskaJobs is a free service.
How to Post a Job on AlaskaJobs:
Four easy steps for posting a job on AlaskaJobs.
Posting a job on AlaskaJobs.
Go to the AlaskaJobs website.
Navigate to the AlaskaJobs home page, click on "Log in" toward the top-right of the page, and select "Employer" from the drop-down menu.
Create an account.
Click on "New User: Register for a myAlaska Account" and enter your details in the online form. Then, select the "Start Registration" button.
You will receive an email with instructions to complete the registration process.
Follow the link provided to verify your email address.
Enter your username and password and click on "Click Here to Continue."
Next, add your username and password again and click on "Sign in."
The registration must be completed within 24 hours or you will have to restart the process.
Go to the AlaskaJobs page.
Click on the "SERVICES" tab in your account menu, scroll to the "Services for Businesses" section, and click on "AlaskaJobs."
Create your job post.
Click on "Post Job Openings" in the "Employers" box toward the middle of the page and follow the prompts to complete your account registration and create your job post.
AlaskaJobs vs. Help Wanted Alaska:
AlaskaJobs and Help Wanted Alaska both list employment opportunities across the state and offer resume searches. Unlike AlaskaJobs, which is completely free, Help Wanted Alaska charges for its services, with pricing starting at $199.00 for a basic job post. However, Help Wanted Alaska offers featured job ads, which AlaskaJobs doesn't.
AlaskaJobs vs. Alaska Native Hire:
While AlaskaJobs and Alaska Native Hire both target the employment market in Alaska, the latter has a more niche focus as it caters specifically to Alaska Native people. Both platforms are free and offer a searchable database. While AlaskaJobs provides a greater reach, Alaska Native Hire has a more targeted audience.
AlaskaJobs vs. AlaskaCrewFinder:
AlaskaJobs and AlaskaCrewFinder are both free job portals that offer resume database access. However, AlaskaCrewFinder caters to the fishing and tourism sectors specifically, whereas AlaskaJobs lists jobs across all industries. Unlike AlaskaJobs, AlaskaCrewFinder offers employer branding options.