Indeed Canada Job Posting

Indeed

July 26th, 2019

Indeed Canada is a popular job site where employers can post jobs for free. Jobs can be sorted by location (city, town, province) and applicants can use Indeed to submit their resumes. Employers can include a job description, company information, and compensation details in their posting.

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Pricing:

Posting Type

Price

Standard Job Post

Free.

Sponsored Job Post.

Pay per click.

How to Post a Job on Indeed Canada:

  1. Go Indeed.ca..
  2. Click on "Employers: Post a Job."
  3. Create an account or sign into your existing account.
  4. Click "Post a Job" and enter the relevant information into each field.
  5. Review your posting and click "Submit."
  6. The job posting will be live on indeed.ca in just a few minutes.

Key Information:

Co-Founders

Paul Forster, Rony Kahan

Founded

2004

Headquarters

Austin, TX

CEO

Hisayuki Idekoba

Number of Employees

7,400

Phone Number

1 (800) 462-5842

Address

6433 Champion Grandview Way, Building 1, Austin, TX, 78750

Website

www.indeed.ca

FAQs:

Does Indeed work in Canada?

Yes, Indeed is available in Canada.

View Indeed Canada key information.

How much does it cost to post a job on Indeed Canada?

Indeed Canada does not charge you to post a job that will appear in their general search section of the website. You have the option of paying to sponsor your jobs and pricing starts from $5.00 per day with up to 5 x more clicks from job applicants.

See Indeed Canada pricing.

How can I edit an Indeed Canada job posting?

To edit your Indeed Canada job postings, just log on to your indeed.ca account and locate your jobs in the main menu, and then click "Edit" next to the posting that you would like to revise.

Learn about how to post a job on Indeed Canada.

Does Indeed Canada promote my jobs on other platforms?

No, unfortunately your job posts will only be listed on the Indeed website. Your job post may appear on other websites that act as search engines and draw matching job posts from Indeed Canada.

For additional ways to boost your job posts, you can check out our guide to social media recruiting and Facebook recruiting.

How can I delete an Indeed Canada job posting?

In your indeed.ca account, select the posting you would like to remove and click "delete" to have it permanently removed from the site.

How long will my job post stay on Indeed Canada?

Job posts typically stay on Indeed Canada's website for 30 days before they expire.

Does Indeed Canada assist employers with the recruitment process?

Yes, Indeed Canada has an ebook available here to assist employers with creating accurate job descriptions that attract the most suitable applicants.

You can also check out our comprehensive guide to the Hiring Process to guide you along and make use of our free Job Description Template here.

Does Indeed Canada allow employers to repost jobs?

Yes, Indeed Canada allows employers to repost jobs that employers find hard to fill. You can get more information about Indeed Canada's job reposting here.

If you find that you are taking too long to find suitable candidates for your job post, you can check out some recruiting strategies here.

How do I create an Indeed Canada account?

To create an employer account where you can manage Indeed Canada job postings, go to indeed.ca and click Employers: Post a New Job > Post Job > Create Account.

When is the best time to post my job on Indeed Canada?

Ideally, you should post your job 4 months before the start date. This will give you sufficient time to screen and interview candidates, and enable a seamless recruitment and onboarding process.

You can view our guide to the employee onboarding process here.

Does Indeed Canada assist employers with candidate interviews?

No, unfortunately Indeed Canada does not offer employers any assistance with candidate interviews.

You can check out our guide on how to interview candidates and also examine some interview questions to prepare for the interview process.

What are some Indeed Canada alternatives?