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Pricing:

Job Spider is a free service with no pay-for-use plans.

Review:

Job Spider is a free job board that allows employers to search through resumes and find the right candidates. Job posts are also formatted to be picked up by large job post aggregators, giving posts further exposure.

Highlights:

  • Employers can search through resumes for free.
  • The site integrates with most applicant tracking systems.
  • Jobs posted on the site are picked up by job post aggregators.
  • Job seekers can browse through job posts or search for specific jobs.
  • The website has a simple design, making it easy to use.
  • All candidates on the site have manually submitted their resumes.

Shortcomings:

  • There is a smaller pool of candidates and job posts because all information must be sent to the site directly.
  • There are more comprehensive Canadian job boards with a larger reach.
  • While the site is free, Job Spider is not exclusively Canadian.
  • You can only contact the website via email.
  • The website lacks a French language option.
  • Job Spider only offers an email address for customer services.

Reputation:

We were unable to find reviews for Job Spider at this time.

How to Find Employees on Job Spider:

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How to Find Employees on Job Spider:

Easy-to-follow steps for posting a job and searching resumes on Job Spider.

1. 

Posting a job on Job Spider.

1.1 

Click "Post a Job" on the home page.

Click "Post a Job" on the home page.

Navigate to the Job Spider home page and click "Post a Job" under the heading "Employer" in the menu on the left side of the page.

1.2 

Create a user account.

Create a user account.

Register for a free Job Spider user account.

Click "Register For An Account."

Enter your details.

Select "Submit information."

1.3 

Log in to your account.

Log in to your account.

Once your account has been created, click "Post a Job" in the menu on the left side of the page and log in to your account.

1.4 

Create your job ad.

Create your job ad.

Select the state and city in which you want to place your ad and select "Next." On the next page, enter your company information, contact details, and information about the job.

1.5 

Preview and post your job ad.

Preview and post your job ad.

Click "Preview" and check that all the information in your job listing is correct. Then, complete the security check and click "Submit" to post your listing to the job board.

2. 

Searching Resumes on Job Spider.

2.1 

Click "Search Resumes" on the home page.

Click "Search Resumes" on the home page.

On the left of the Job Spider home page, under "Employers," click on "Search Resumes."

You can also browse by job category by clicking on "Browse Resumes."

2.2 

Enter search criteria.

Enter search criteria.

Enter your keywords and adjust the search criteria before clicking "Search."

2.3 

Review the search results.

Review the search results.

On the search results page, you will find a table of resumes ordered by date, job function, industry, and location. Click on "Details" to view each resume.

Job Spider vs. Indeed:

Indeed offers free job posting and the option to sponsor job posts for more exposure. Similarly, Job Spider is a free site but there is an option to contact the site's administrator to discuss advertising options. These services are not standard or listed on the website. Indeed is a global job board while Job Spider is limited to North America.

Job Spider vs. Google for Jobs:

Both Google for Jobs and Job Spider are free, but Google for Jobs differs from Job Spider in that it is an aggregator that lists job ads from employer websites, it the employer has indexed the posts for Google. In contrast, employers post their jobs directly on Job Spider, which then formats the posts so they can be picked up by larger job boards.

Job Spider vs. Job Bank:

While Job Spider caters to the whole of North America, Job Bank is the official job board for the Canadian government and only shows jobs based in Canada. Both sites are completely free, without any sponsored posting options. Job Bank offers a French language option, which Job Spider lacks.

Key Information

Legal Name

Job Spider

Founder

Chris McGarry

Founding Date

Jan. 01, 2003

Address

3000 Stanton Circle, Carmichael, CA 95608

Email

info@thejobspider.com

Website

https://www.jobspider.com/

FAQs:

What is Job Spider?

Job Spider is a free job board for vacancies in any industry.

How can I edit my Job Spider job advert?

In your Job Spider account, click "My Spider" and select the job posting under active listings to edit it.

How do I delete my Job Spider job ad?

You can delete your Job Spider job postings by clicking the delete button on each item in your active listings.

How do I create a Job Spider account?

To create a new account where you can manage Job Spider job postings, just click "Post a Job" on the home page and then click "Register For An Account" when you are prompted to log in.

What type of job can I advertise on Job Spider?

You can advertise any job, as long as it's valid and credible.

How many people use Job Spider?

Job Spider claims their job posting site is viewed by millions of employees.

Can I search resumes free on Job Spider?

Yes, Job Spider allows employers to search resumes for free by job title, location, and industry.

What are some Job Spider alternative sites?

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