CareerBeacon Job Posting

Pricing, How to Post, Key Information, and FAQs

Careerbeacon Job Posting

CareerBeacon is a Canadian job posting site where employers can post jobs in both English and French.

Pricing:

Plan Name

Pricing

Basic Job Posting

$375.00

Spotlight Job Posting

$424.00

Featured Job Posting

$1,347.00

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Careerbeacon Job Posting
Review:

Pros: Post in two languages. It is free.

Cons: N/A

Bottomline: CareerBeacon is a good option for employers who like to manage job postings more, editing, designing and posting in real-time.

How to Post a Job on CareerBeacon:

  1. Login to your account.
  2. Click "Create Job Posting."
  3. Select language.
  4. Choose Plan.
  5. Fill in the job title, job introduction, responsibilities, qualifications, and preferred application method.
  6. Fill in location, job details, compensation range, and expiry date.
  7. Preview your post.
  8. Checkout.

Key Information:

Headquarters

Moncton, New Brunswick

Phone

1 (888) 878-7637

Address

939 Main Street, Moncton, NBE 1C 8P3

Website

www.careerbeacon.com

FAQs:

How can I edit a CareerBeacon job posting?

  1. Go to your Dashboard.
  2. Click on the arrow next to "Job Postings."
  3. Select "Live"or "Draft."
  4. Go to the job you want to edit, and click on the "Edit English."

How can I delete a CareerBeacon job posting?

  1. Go to your Dashboard.
  2. Click on the arrow next to "Job Postings."
  3. Select "Live" or "Draft."
  4. Go to the job you want to delete, and click "Delete."

How do I create a CareerBeacon account?

  1. Go to careerbeacon.com.
  2. Click on "Login."
  3. Scroll down and click on "Employer" under Create Your Account.

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What kind of jobs can you post on CareerBeacon?

Anything from accounting and financial jobs to skilled trades and labor.

How do I find the best applicants on CareerBeacon?

  • Make sure your job posting focuses on the role you need filling, not your company.
  • Clearly describe what the job entails.
  • Let potential applicants know what's in it for them (compensation).
  • Include links to your corporate employment site and social media profiles.

CareerBeacon Review:

Reviewer

Review

ColonelEwart - reddit.com

I've been on both sides of the equation with CareerBeacon (both seeking and posting jobs) and have had some success with both.