All Call Center Crossing's plans can be tested, risk-free, with their 14-day free trial. There is also a basic account which allows for up to 20 free job posts; however, this is a limited plan with no access to any of the job board partners.
Get two months free across all plans when you opt to pay annually.
*All plans offer job posting, resume database access, full customer support, inclusion in job email alerts, full resume export, and unlimited candidates, user accounts, and companies. However, the number of jobs that can be posted and resumes that can be accessed each month are determined by the package you choose.
Call Center Crossing is a members-only job posting site and job aggregator that prides itself on providing users with the largest selection of job opportunities in the customer service and call center industries. However, the site is mostly geared towards the U.S. workforce. Therefore, while it does allow postings from Canada, not many Canadian employers make use of this site.
- Free basic account available.
- Job seekers can search for jobs by type, state, city, and country.
- 14-day free trial available for all packages.
- All paid packages include job posting, resume access, full customer support, features in email alerts, full resume export, and unlimited user accounts, candidates, and companies.
- Hundreds of new job posts added to the site each week.
- Discounts available for annual subscriptions.
- Free trial claims "no strings attached," but you still need to enter your payment details before you can use the trial.
- Users who neglect to cancel the service before the trial period has lapsed will be charged.
- Free plan does not include job posting to job board partners.
- Live phone support is a U.S. number and is only available from 8 am to 4 pm PST.
- No local office.
- No French language option.
- No dedicated Canadian site.
- Pricing is only available in USD.
A number of positive customer reviews can be found on Call Center Crossing's testimonials page but they are all from job seekers. These reviews praise the site's ease-of-use, quality, and email alerts.
How to Post a Job on Call Center Crossing:
Eight easy steps for posting a job on Call Center Crossing.
Posting a job on Call Center Crossing.
Click on "Post a Job."
Navigate to the Call Center Crossing home page and click on the "Post a Job" button towards the top right-hand corner.
Enter your email address.
Towards the top of the job posting page, you'll find a white bar that says "Enter your work email address." Once you have typed it in, click on "Get Started."
Post your job.
You'll be directed to a window with a form.
Make sure you fill out all the required fields, such as your first and last name, password, and all the details of your job posting, including a detailed job description.
Once you have double-checked the information, click "Post Your Job" at the end of the form.
Preview or edit your job posting.
A pop-up window will appear confirming that your job posting has been saved. To preview it, click on "Job Post Preview" or select "Keep Editing Post," to make any final changes.
Click on "Post as a Featured Job."
Once you've reviewed your job posting and you're happy with it, click on "Post as a Featured Job" towards the top-right.
Create an account.
Fill in all your details and click "Sign Up" when you are done.
Select your plan.
Read through the features of each package and choose the best option for your requirements.
Pick the package with the best features.
Select the "Monthly" or "Annual" option.
Click on "Select" to purchase your desired package.
Enter your payment details.
Once you have selected your desired plan, you'll be asked to enter your credit card or Paypal details. Click on "Submit Now!" when you are done.
You'll need to enter your payment information to qualify for the free trial, but you may switch plans or cancel your service whenever you like.
Once your payment has been processed, your job ad will go live and you'll be able to use the other features, such as the resume database search.
Call Center Crossing vs. Indeed:
Unlike Call Center Crossing, Indeed is a general job board that caters to any industry in over 60 countries worldwide. Call Center Crossing, in contrast, only caters to the U.S. and Canadian markets. It is also more expensive than Indeed but does offer more visibility than Indeed's free posts, distributing job ads over the EmploymentCrossing network.
Call Center Crossing vs. Workopolis:
While Call Center Crossing is a niche job board that caters to the U.S. and Canada, Workopolis is a general job posting site that only caters to Canada. Workopolis offers a French language option as well as a blog that caters to the Canadian workforce. As a partner of Indeed, Workopolis offers free and paid options, as does Call Center Crossing.
Call Center Crossing vs. CallcenterJob.ca:
Both Call Center Crossing and Callcenterjob.ca are niche job boards for the call center and customer service industries. Both sites are part of larger job boards, EmploymentCrossing and Jobs.ca, respectively. Callcenterjob.ca caters exclusively to Canada while Call Center Crossing allows postings for both the U.S. and Canada.
What is Call Center Crossing?
What does it cost to post a job on Call Center Crossing?
If you sign up for the basic plan or the trial, you can post a job at no cost. Once the trial expires, job posting plans cost between US$199.00 and US$1,249.00 per month.
How do I create an account on Call Center Crossing?
- In the top right corner of the Call Center Crossing home page, click on "Sign Up" in the "Employer" menu.
- Enter your personal and company details.
- Click "Sign Up."