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Careermine allows employers to post niche and general job ads before the global mining job market. For Australian employers, Careermine's intuitive job board offers several standard and advanced features, including access to a comprehensive resume database, job ad analytics, and candidate matching.
- Employers can search the site's database of resumes.
- The site provides branding tools for employers to create an attractive public image.
- Employers receive email notifications when suitable candidates register on the site.
- Job posts can be added to the site via the employer dashboard or through an applicant tracking system.
- An employer dashboard keeps track of post engagement and applications.
- Careermine's customer care department is only available from Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm PST. This means that Australia's time zone is at least 19 hours ahead of PST.
- The platform lacks features such as interview scheduling and post promotion.
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Careermine vs. Jobs4Mining:
Jobs4Mining is a mining job board. The site requires employers to contact them directly to find out about pricing and advertising options. Because of this limited public information, Careermine is a much safer option in terms of understanding the features offered. The pricing for Careermine is also much clearer, allowing employers to make a faster decision based on budgetary confinements and tools needed.
Careermine vs. SEEK:
Unlike Careermine, SEEK is a general job board and one of the largest in Australia. While it doesn't have the nice focus of Carermine, SEEK has a larger audience and a pricing structure that varies deepening on your hiring needs. Careermine is a U.S.-based job board with international jobs. Pricing starts at US$450.00 for a 60-day post.
Careermine vs. Indeed:
Indeed is one of the largest online job boards and allows employers to post jobs for free. There is an option to sponsor posts and make them more visible if desired, and employers can set a budget for this. However, Careermine has a niche audience, which means that employers might find more candidates who are actively seeking mining jobs there.