30-Day Job Post (1 post)
30-Day Job Post (2-4 posts)
30-Day Job Post (5-9 posts)
30-Day Job Post (10-14 posts)
30-Day Job Post (15-19 posts)
30-Day Job Post (20+ posts)
3 Featured 30-Day Postings
6 Featured 30-Day Postings
12 Featured 30-Day Postings
ConstructionJobs is a niche job board that is predominately aimed at a U.S. market. It does offer Canadian employers and job seekers the option of posting and browsing jobs in Canada, however, it does not seem to be too popular a site with the Canadian workforce.
- Offers competitive pricing compared to other local sites.
- Offers featured, custom, and bulk posting options.
- Job search includes various filters, such as by location, category, and company.
- Discounts are offered for multiple job postings.
- Employers can create company profiles to be featured on the home page.
- Includes a construction blog.
- No dedicated Canadian site.
- Pricing in USD only.
- Pricing for additional benefits is not listed.
- Resume access requires an additional purchase.
- Site lacks a French language option.
- No Canadian customer service number.
- Limited information about the features is available on the website.
ConstructionJobs is not accredited with or rated by the Better Business Bureau. Only one customer review could be found on SiteJabber for ConstructionJobs. It is a positive review from a job seeker that praises ConstructionJobs's coverage.
How to Post a Job on ConstructionJobs:
Five easy steps for posting a job on ConstructionJobs.
Posting a Job on ConstructionJobs.
Go to constructionjobs.com.
Navigate to the ConstructionJobs home page.
Hover over 'Employers' and select 'Sign Up.' Complete the sign-up form by furnishing some personal details and information about your company.
Click on 'Post a Job.'
Once you have created an account, hover over the 'Job Manager' tab and select 'Post a Job.'
Choose a pricing option.
Select a purchase option and select 'Publish Job.'
If you have not yet added your credit card details to your account, you will be prompted to do so.
Fill in your job details.
Fill in your vacancy details with the job builder and select 'Continue' when you have filled in all relevant information.
ConstructionJobs vs. Canadian Construction Jobs:
Canadian Construction Jobs is a dedicated construction job board for Canada, whereas ConstructionJobs is more U.S.-focused. Canadian Construction Jobs is more affordable than ConstructionJobs at $199.00 for a single 30-day post but does not offer as many packages as ConstructionJobs. Canadian Construction Jobs does not offer any additional features.
ConstructionJobs vs. Outpost Recruitment:
Outpost Recruitment is a Canadian recruiting company that helps employers to find local and international construction and engineering employees. In contrast, ConstructionJobs is a job board that employers can use to find their employees on their own. ConstructionJobs also offers transparent pricing, while Outpost Recruitment provides custom quotes.
ConstructionJobs vs. Job Bank:
Job Bank is the Canadian government's job posting site and, as such, it is free to post job opportunities on this site. In comparison, ConstructionJobs is expensive and not as centered on a Canadian audience as Job Bank is. However, ConstructionJobs is focused on the construction industry, whereas Job Bank is a general job board.
What is ConstructionJobs?
ConstructionJobs is a construction job board. The site offers discounts on multiple posts and shares posts with tens of thousands of construction workers who are subscribed to their mailing list.
What does it cost to post a job on ConstructionJobs?
Pricing varies according to the package selected and how many posts are created. A single post that is featured for 30 days costs US$249.00.
How do I create an account on ConstructionJobs?
You can sign up for an account on the ConstructionJobs website by selecting 'Post a Job' and filling in personal and company information.
How do I delete a job post on ConstructionJobs?
You can delete a job post on ConstructionJobs by logging in and hovering over the 'Status' column and selecting 'Inactive.'