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Since its establishment in 2007, Local Eye Site has amassed a network of over 100,000 job seekers and offers employers a range of features to help streamline the recruitment process, including job syndication, targeted email blasts, and candidate assessments.
While the Local Eye Site is a prominent recruitment platform, the company caters primarily to the U.S. job market and does offer a free job posting option like many local competitors.
- Local Eye Site is a niche job board that gives employers access to a specialized pool of eye care professionals.
- Job posts are shared to Local Eye Site's "Power Network" of eye care-specific industry publications and association websites.
- The "Connect2Hire" email blast distributes job posts via targeted emails to both active and passive job seekers.
- Local Eye Site boasts a job seeker audience of over 100,000 eye care professionals.
- Employers can swap a job post with another one if the role is filled during their active subscription.
- The platform features an integrated applicant tracking system (ATS).
- Local Eye Site will screen and assess candidates before matching them with employers.
- The platform lists job ads for up to three months.
- The job posting process is quick and easy.
- There is no free job posting option.
- The platform does not share job posts to its social media channels.
- The platform is costlier than competitors, such as Canadian Association of Optometrists (CAO) Job Board and Canadian Association of Optometry Students (CAOS).
- The website is not available in French.
- Pricing is only available in U.S. dollars.
- Local Eye Site does not have a Canadian contact number.
While Local Eye Site is not accredited with the Better Business Bureau, it does have an A+ rating on the website; although one customer review cited refund issues. However, the company does boast a number of testimonials from satisfied customers on its website.
How to Post a Job on Local Eye Site:
Six easy steps for posting a job on Local Eye Site.
Posting a Job on Local Eye Site.
Navigate to the Local Eye Site home page.
From the home page, click on post a job in the top-right corner of the page.
Create an account.
On the next page, create your employer account by filling out the online form with your details. Once complete, click on "Next Step" toward the bottom of the page.
Choose a pricing plan.
On the next page, select a job slot package by checking the relevant corresponding box. Then, click on "NEXT STEP."
Select an optional email blast.
Local Eye Site allows employers to send an email blast to thousands of eye care job seekers.
Select the job category from the drop-down menu.
Ensure that the "e-Blast" option is selected.
If you don't want the email blast, check the "No" option.
Select the number of times you would like your job emailed to candidates from the drop-down menu.
Click on "NEXT STEP" toward the bottom of the page.
Choose the optional candidate assessment.
On the next page, specify whether you would like to include candidate assessments by checking the relevant boxes. Then, click on "NEXT STEP."
Review your order and purchase your job slot.
Ensure that your order is correct and enter your billing details before clicking on "Place Order" toward the bottom of the page.
If you have a coupon code, you can redeem it on this page.
Once the payment has been processed, your job post will appear on the Local Eye Site job board.
Local Eye Site vs. Canadian Association of Optometrists (CAO) Job Board:
CAOJob Board is the career portal of the Canadian Association of Optometrists which represents around 85% of optometrists in Canada and features a free job posting service. In contrast, Local Eye Site charges US$349.00 for a 30-day job ad and caters more to the U.S. optometry job market, making the former the better option for local hiring.
Local Eye Site vs. Canadian Association of Optometry Students (CAOS):
CAOS is a Canadian job board site that aims to connect employers with optometry students and entry-level professionals. Free job postings are available to members; however, despite Local Eye Site being the costlier option, the platform allows employers to post vacancies at any career level and features more comprehensive recruitment services.
Local Eye Site vs. Job Bank:
Job Bank is the Canadian government's official job site and allows employers to post vacancies for free, whereas Local Eye Site only offers paid job posting plans, starting from US$349.00, making it the less budget-friendly option. However, Job Bank is a general job posting site and Local Eye Site may be the better option for targeted hiring.
What is Local Eye Site?
Local Eye Site is an optometry job board that employers can use to post vacancies and connect with eye care and optometry professionals throughout North America.
What does it cost to post a job on Local Eye Site?
Local Eye Site's pricing starts from US$349.00 for a 1-month job slot. The platform also offers plans for longer periods of time.
How do I create an account on Local Eye Site?
- Go to the Local Eye Site home page.
- Click on "Log In" in the top-right corner of the page.
- Click o "EMPLOYER SIGNUP."
- Enter your details and click on "Next Step."
- Your account will be created and Local Eye Site will redirect you to the job posting form.