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Careermine is a niche job board that caters to the mining job market worldwide. For Canadian employers, Careermine provides exposure to a targeted audience and offers several job posting benefits, including job post analytics, resume searching, 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.
- An employer dashboard keeps track of post engagement and applications.
- Employers can post jobs from their personal dashboard or from their applicant tracking system.
- Careermine's customer care service is only available between Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. PST. This could cause some delays if users are located outside of British Columbia (except for some eastern regions) and Yukon.
- Careermine's website is not available in French.
- The site lacks features such as interview scheduling and post promotion.
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Careermine vs. MBAC Job Board:
MBAC Job Board and Careermine differ in that the former is a regional association that features a job board on its website, while Careermine is a dedicated job board for the mining industry worldwide. Careermine might be rather costly, but offers access to a larger professional audience due to its international reach.
Careermine vs. OilandGas JobSearch:
OilandGasJobSearch is an energy job board that offers employers hiring tools such as access to resumes, sending candidates email alerts, and company branding solutions. Careermine is a dedicated mining job board, offering a similar range of features with the addition of an employer dashboard for applicant tracking.
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.