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TelecomCrossing stands out as one of the top telecommunications job boards for global hiring. While they offer a free plan, it's very limited with job posts only visible to paid members.
Starting at U$399.00 per month, TelecomCrossing's paid plans offer good value as they include access to an extensive resume database, distribution to partner networks, email alerts, and applicant tracking tools.
- TelecomCrossing offers a free plan as well as paid plans.
- Candidates pay membership fees to apply for jobs, ensuring only qualified and interested candidates apply.
- All paid plans offer a 14-day free trial.
- Qualified researchers match candidates with open positions.
- Paid job posts are syndicated to over 500 international job boards.
- Employers can access the resume database for direct hiring.
- New job posts are sent out to job seekers as job alert emails.
- The platform includes applicant tracking and candidate management tools.
- Pricing is only available in U.S. dollars.
- The Canada location filter does not offer French as a language option.
- Job posts are not shared on social media.
- The free plan is limited to a single job slot and not distributed to other job boards.
- The number of resume views is restricted across all paid plans.
We were unable to find any online reviews of TelecomCrossing. EmploymentCrossing, HRCrossing's parent company, holds an A+ rating from the BBB. TelecomCrossing also features several hand-picked testimonials on their website.
*14-day free trials are offered on all paid monthly and annual plans.
How to Post a Job on TelecomCrossing:
Five easy steps for posting a job on TelecomCrossing.
Posting a job on TelecomCrossing.
Click on "Post a Job."
Navigate to the TelecomCrossing home page and click on the blue "Post a Job" button located in the top right corner of the page.
Sign in or create an account.
Click on the "EMPLOYERS" button toward the top-right corner of the page and select "SIGN UP" from the drop-down menu. Fill in your information in the blocks provided, then click on "SIGN UP" toward the bottom of the page.
Create your job post.
Click on the "POST NEW JOB" button and fill in your job posting information including the job title, location, and description.
When you are done, click on "SAVE" toward the bottom of the page.
Review your job post and then click on the blue "POST AS FEATURED JOB" button.
Select a job posting plan.
Chose a job posting plan that suits your budget and your hiring needs. Click on the "SELECT" button beneath the plan you want.
If you selected the Basic plan, you will be directed to the confirmation message on the next page. Click on "GO TO MY JOBS."
If you selected a paid plan, you will be prompted to enter your payment information. Once complete, navigate to the "My Jobs" page.
Publish your job post.
On the "My Jobs" page, set the "Show" filter to "Draft Jobs" and click on the "SEARCH" button.
Locate the job post you want to publish, click on the three vertical dots to the right of "DRAFT,"
Click on "Activate as basic job" or "Activate as featured job," depending on your chosen job posting plan.
Once activated, your job post will go live on the TelecomCrossing job board.
TelecomCrossing vs. TelecoProfessionals:
Like TelecomCrossing, TelcoProfessionals hosts an international telecom job board with location-specific filters for Canadian job seekers. Both platforms only offer pricing in U.S. dollars with TelecomCrossing offering free and paid posts while TelecoProfessionals charges upwards of US$100.00 per post. Both platforms distribute jobs internationally.
TelecomCrossing vs. Job Bank:
Where TelecomCrossing is a dedicated telecom job board, Job Bank is a general job board hosted by the Canadian government. Both platforms offer free posting and resume access, but TelecomCrossing also has paid posts with global distribution and a more niche focus. Job Bank is more generalized but is possibly a better choice for hiring locally.
TelecomCrossing vs. Jobs.ca:
Jobs.ca is a Canadian network of specialized job posting sites with pricing starting at C$325.00 per post. In comparison, TelecomCrossing is an international job board for telecom professionals with both free and paid plans. While Jobs.ca has a stronger local appeal, the platform doesn't offer resume access or job distribution like TelecomCrossing.