ECO Canada Job Posting

Pricing, how to post, key information, and FAQs.

Eco Canada

July 26th, 2019

ECO Canada is a non-profit environmental careers organization that helps people in Canada's environmental sector. ECO Canada's website has a job board where environmental employers can post jobs across the country.

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Pricing:

Posting Type

Price

Standard - 1 Job

$300.00

Standard - 3 Jobs

$810.00

Standard - 5 Jobs

$1,350.00

Highlighted - 1 Jobs

$345.00

Highlighted - 3 Jobs

$935.00

Highlighted - 5 Jobs

$1,555.00

Eco Canada
Review:

Pros: Gives you access to talent nationwide.

Cons: Costly compared to some competitors.

Bottomline: Reputable website that puts you in touch with talent in the environmental sector across Canada.

How to Post a Job on ECO Canada:

  1. Go to eco.ca.
  2. Click on Employment > Post a Job.
  3. Select your pricing package.
  4. Enter your billing information.
  5. Create your job posting.

Key Information:

Founded

1992

Headquarters

Calgary, AB

Phone Number

1 (800) 890-1924

Address

400 – 105, 12 Avenue SE (4th floor), Calgary, ABT2G 1A1

Website

www.eco.ca

FAQs:

How do I create an ECO Canada account?

To sign up for an ECO Canada account, you need to first go through the job posting steps and pay for a posting. At this point, entering all your information will generate a user account.

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How can I edit an ECO Canada job posting?

Once your ECO Canada online account is set up, you can log in at any time and view your active ECO Canada job postings. Open a posting to make changes, then click "Save."

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How can I delete an ECO Canada job posting?

To delete or manage ECO Canada job postings, log into your ECO Canada account and click the "Delete" button next to a job posting to remove it.

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What are some ECO Canada alternatives?

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