Wider & Prolonged Exposure
*Users receive a discounted rate with the bulk job posting packages.
Established in 1997, Archinect has 25 years of experience in connecting architectural employers with qualified professionals around the world. The site receives an average of 700,000 visits each month and features hundreds of architecture-related vacancies.
Although Archinect does cater to the Canadian architectural job market, there are very few local vacancies listed on the site, and employers may get better value from a dedicated local job board. In addition, the platform lacks a free job posting option and job board syndication.
- Archinect Jobs is a niche job board dedicated to the architectural job market.
- Job posts are live for 90 days.
- The platform features a resume database for employers to search through.
- Archinect Jobs features company profiles and employer branding services.
- The platform is more affordable than competitors, such as CanU and the RAIC Job Board.
- The "Wider Exposure" package promotes ads via email announcements and social networking channels.
- The website receives an average of over 700,00 visitors each month.
- There is no free job posting option.
- Archinect does not share job posts with other job boards.
- Pricing is only available in U.S. dollars.
- The website is not available in French.
Reviews of Archinect Jobs are limited online, but the platform received a 3.7 out of 5-star rating on Sitejabber based on three reviews. Two users praised the caliber of candidates and the quality of the service.
Archinect Jobs vs. RAIC Job Board:
While RAIC Job Board does offer its members a free job posting service, its nonmember pricing is C$149.00 per post, making it slightly less affordable than Archinect. However, the platform caters primarily to the Canadian job market and features more local listings than Archinect, which may make it the better option for Canadian employers.
Archinect Jobs vs. CanU:
CanU is a Canadian organization and recruitment resource for city planners, urban designers, and architects. Both job boards keep job posts live for 90 days, although CanU is the less affordable platform, charging C$250.00 for a single job post for nonmembers; although the site may be a better resource for local employers.
Archinect Jobs vs. Construction Canada Job Board:
Construction Canada Job Board is a job board with a broader range of construction vacancies, whereas Archinect is more specific to the design and architecture job market. Construction Canada Job Board receives more local website traffic than Archinect and offers more affordable job posting plans, making it the better option for local recruitment.