Web Posting + E-blast
IPAC Job Board helps employers find and hire job seekers in search of public administration, office management, and academic roles throughout Canada. While the platform is ideal for a specialized recruitment approach, it lacks several core hiring tools, such as resume searches, employer branding, and social media promotion.
- Listings stay active on the job board for 45 days.
- The e-blast package promotes listings to over 6,000 subscribed job seekers.
- The job posting process is quick and easy.
- Employers can purchase a combined web posting and e-blast plan for maximum reach.
- The job seeker pool consists of government, public service, and nonprofit talent, giving users a targeted hiring approach.
- The site is available in French and allows for bilingual job posts.
How to Post a job on IPAC Job Board:
Two easy steps for posting a job on IPAC Job Board.
Posting a job on IPAC Job Board.
Go to IPAC's home page.
From the home page, hover over "JOB BOARD" in the menu bar and select "Posting on the Job Board" from the drop-down menu.
Create your job post.
Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the red button that reads "Promote your job ad today!" Next, complete the online job posting form and add your invoicing information. Once done, click on "Submit."
A consultant will be in contact regarding payment.
Once your purchase has been completed, your listing will go live within 48 hours.
IPAC Job Board vs. Association of Administrative Professionals (AAP):
Of the two, the AAP job board is the more affordable option, charging C$200.00 per job post, while IPAC Job Board charges C$350.00 for a single listing. Both sites advertise administrative roles, but IPAC Job Board gives employers a more targeted approach to hiring public sector talent. However, only the AAP job board offers employer branding.
IPAC Job Board vs. AdministrationJobs.com:
Compared to IPAC Job Board, AdministrationJobs.com is the more feature-rich choice, offering job distribution, social media promotion, employer branding, and resume searches. While more basic, only IPAC Job Board has a French job posting option, making it the better choice for employers in search of bilingual talent.
IPAC Job Board vs. Job Bank:
Job Bank is a popular job site that advertises a range of general jobs. In comparison, IPAC Job Board primarily caters to job seekers in search of public sector and administrative roles, making it the better option for targeted hiring. However, Job Bank offers a free job posting service, while IPAC Job Board charges $350.00 per post.