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One Job Package

C$200.00

Three Job Package

C$500.00

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C$850.00

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Review:

ECO Canada's job board puts employers in touch with talent in the environmental sector across Canada. The ECO Canada website attracts between 75,000 and 140,000 monthly visits, which is very modest compared to some better-known general job aggregators and job boards, such as Workopolis and Job Bank, but is competitive compared to local niche job boards like WorkCabin.

In addition to job postings, ECO Canada also offers comprehensive recruitment solutions. While the job board does not allow for featured postings, it uses AI-matching systems to filter job applications and notify suitable candidates. The portal may be more expensive than the likes of GoodWork.ca and WorkCabin, but also has more to offer.

Highlights:

  • Standard job postings include free social media distribution.
  • There is no limit on the word count of job postings.
  • The platform has a user-friendly interface.
  • The site uses AI-matching technology to filter job applications and connect employers with only the most qualified candidates.
  • Employers have a choice of three job posting packages, comprehensive recruitment solutions, and human resources services.
  • The website is available in English and French.

Shortcomings:

  • The job board does not offer upgrades for job postings, such as the option to highlight or feature job postings.
  • Job postings are not distributed to other job portals.
  • Job postings are expensive compared to most other environmental job boards that serve the local market, including GoodWork.ca, WorkCabin, and the Canadian Environmental Network (RCEN).
  • The job board does not feature employer profiles.

Reputation:

We were unable to find any online reviews of ECO Canada.

How to Post a Job on ECO Canada:

200.00 CAD
15 Minutes
How to Post a Job on ECO Canada:

Three easy steps for posting a job on ECO Canada.

1. 

Posting a job on ECO Canada.

1.1 
Navigate to the ECO Canada home page.

From the home page, hover over the "Employers" tab in the top menu bar and select "Purchase Job Board Credits" beneath the "Custome HR Services" section in the drop-down menu.

1.2 

Select a job posting package.

Select a job posting package.

Scroll down the page, review the job posting packages, and click on "Buy Now" below the package you want to purchase.

1.3 

Purchase your job posting credits.

Purchase your job posting credits.

Next, you can opt to pay using the express checkout option, which allows you to pay using Shop Pay. If you want to pay by credit card, enter your contact and billing information, and then click on "Continue to payment" at the bottom of your page.

Once you've made the payment, you can create and post your job listing.

ECO Canada vs. WorkInNonProfits.ca:

Like ECO Canada, WorkInNonProfits.ca (WINP) is a niche job board. While both may attract candidates seeking work in the environmental sector, WINP attracts a somewhat broader audience across the nonprofit sector. WINP is certainly the more affordable option, allowing most organizations to post jobs free of charge.

ECO Canada vs. Jobs.ca:

Jobs.ca offers more variety compared to ECO Canada as it has multiple niche job boards employers can use to reach professionals in different industry sectors but lacks one dedicated to jobs in the environmental sector. Neither of the two offers free or featured postings, and only ECO Canada offers resources tailored to the environmental sector.

ECO Canada vs. CanadaJobs.com:

While CanadaJobs.com is not a niche job board like ECO Canada, it does allow for job searches by category, including one for jobs in science, which affords some of the benefits of a niche job board. Unlike ECO Canada, Canadajobs.com does not charge for postings, which are online for up to 60 days compared to 30 days on the ECO Canada job board.

Key Information

Legal Name

Environmental Careers Organization of Canada

Founding Date

Jan. 01, 1992

Address

400 – 105, 12 Ave. SE, Calgary, AB T2G 1A1

Email

info@eco.ca

Telephone

1-800-890-1924

Website

https://eco.ca/

FAQs:

What is ECO Canada?

ECO Canada is a nonprofit organization that supports Canada's environmental sector through career development resources and training, professional certification, and market research. The organization provides a variety of online resources, including a job board.

What does it cost to post a job on ECO Canada?

ECO Canada's pricing starts at C$200.00 per 30-day job posting.

How do I create an ECO Canada account?

To sign up for an ECO Canada account, you need to first go through the job posting steps and pay for a posting. At this point, entering all your information will generate a user account.

How can I edit an ECO Canada job posting?

Once your ECO Canada online account is set up, you can log in at any time and view your active ECO Canada job postings. Open a posting to make changes, then click "Save."

How can I delete an ECO Canada job posting?

To delete or manage ECO Canada job postings, log in to your ECO Canada account and click the "Delete" button next to a job posting to remove it.

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