First Nations Jobs Online
Searchable resume database
Job post distribution
Phone and email.
First Nations Jobs Online targets Indigenous job seekers across Canada and allows these to submit their resumes on the site, which employers can search for free. The platform offers only one job posting plan with no option to enhance job ads for increased visibility, although job posts are exported to search engines for additional exposure.
- The platform gives employers access to a defined audience of Indigenous job seekers across Canada.
- All job postings are listed on the site for six months.
- Job postings are exported to search engines for increased exposure.
- Employers can search resumes for free.
- The site features a user-friendly dashboard for managing job postings.
- Job posts are listed by category, making them easier to find.
- There is no free job posting plan.
- The site lacks useful add-on features, such as highlighted postings, applicant tracking, and candidate matching.
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How to Post a Job on First Nations Jobs Online:
Three easy steps for posting a job on First Nations Jobs Online.
Posting a job on First Nations Jobs Online.
Create an employer account.
Click on "Register" toward the top-right corner of the First Nations Jobs Online home page, and complete the online form to create an employer account.
Follow the link sent to you via email to activate your account.
Create your job post.
Once you've logged into your account, click on "Post a Job" in your account menu and complete the online form with details about the position you want to advertise, an application email or URL, and details about your company.
First Nations Jobs Online vs. Aboriginal Job Board:
Neither First Nations Jobs Online nor Aboriginal Job Board offer a free posting option. Unlike First Nations Jobs Online, Aboriginal Job Board offers a featured job posting option. While First Nations Jobs Online is the costlier of the two, it offers better value with a longer posting duration. Both sites feature a resume database.
First Nations Jobs Online vs. Indigenous Careers:
First Nations Jobs Online and Indigenous Careers both offer only paid postings and feature a searchable resume database. While Indigenous Careers does not include database access with all plans, it's free on First Nations Jobs Online. Indigenous Careers offers more posting options but is the costlier of the two.
First Nations Jobs Online vs. Indigenous Link Job Board:
Compared to Indigenous Link Job Board, First Nations Jobs Online offers better value, as it charges less per posting, has a longer post duration, and provides free access to a resume database. However, Indigenous Link Job Board offers some features that First Nations Jobs Online lacks, such as virtual career fairs and distribution to email subscribers.