Austerity Rate/Volunteer Group or Individual
Senior or Hard-to-Fill Position
Commercial/Institutional Rate + Partner Sites and Social Media Promotion
Commercial/Institutional Job Rate + Paid, Targeted Social Media Promotion
Underfunded and volunteer projects on a tight budget can choose "can't pay" on the posting form to post a job for free. Employers should contact the company for more information.
Founded in 2001, GoodWork.ca is an integral part of Canada's green community. With various job posting options available to suit all budgets, the platform works to help all green employers find the ideal candidate to join their group or organization.
- A dedicated conservation job board with hundreds of job seekers visiting the site every month.
- Multiple job posting options are available.
- Employers on a tight budget can request to post jobs for free.
- Jobs can be reactivated or extended at any time.
- Job posts can stay active for up to two years.
- Standard job posts receive greater targeting, promotion, and reach.
- Higher-tier job posts are shared on partner sites and include social media promotion.
- The job posting process is quick and easy.
- The website is available in both English and French.
- No recruitment services, such as applicant tracking and candidate matching, are available.
- Only the more expensive job posting options are promoted on social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.
Although we were unable to find any reviews of GoodWork.ca, the website has a testimonial page with comments from satisfied clients.
How to Post a Job on GoodWork.ca:
Two easy steps to post a job on GoodWork.ca.
Posting a job on GoodWork.ca
Click "Post an Opportunity."
You'll find this button by hovering over the "Employers" section on the banner of the home page.
Enter your job posting details.
Add information such as the position title, description, and contact details. When you're ready, click "Submit."
The team at GoodWork.ca will review your job post before it goes live.
GoodWork.ca vs. ECO Canada:
While GoodWork.ca asks C$100.00 for a standard job post, ECO Canada charges C$200.00 for a standard listing, which makes it the more expensive option. GoodWork.ca features recruitment tools such as social media promotion and exposure on other job posting sites that ECO Canada lacks.
GoodWork.ca vs. Conservation Job Board:
Conservation Job Board allows employers to post environmental jobs for free. While GoodWork.ca has a free job posting option, they also have an extensive price list for specific job types and add-ons. GoodWork.ca shares job posts on partner sites, which Conservation Job Board does not do.
GoodWork.ca vs. WorkCabin:
Both GoodWork.ca and WorkCabin cater to the Canadian conservation job market and offer similar pricing tiers for job posts. WorkCabin, however, features recruitment tools such as employer branding and resume searches, which GoodWork.ca does not.
What is GoodWork.ca?
GoodWork.ca is a niche conservation job board that connects employers with job seekers in the environmental conservation sector of Canada.
What does it cost to post a job on GoodWork.ca?
GoodWork.ca's pricing starts at C$30.00 for a job posting. However, employers on a tight budget can request to post jobs for free.
How do I delete a job post on GoodWork.ca?
Navigate to the home page, hover over "Employers" and click "Close a Posting."