Job Bank allows employers to post positions for free. It does not offer a paid or sponsored tier.
How to Post a Job on Job Bank:
- Go to www.jobbank.gc.ca
- Sign into your Job Bank for Employers Account.
- On the dashboard, select Create New Job Posting.
- Enter your job title.
- Enter job details, including location, salary, benefits etc.
- Add required skills and education.
- Select how job seekers can apply.
- Review your posting and click on Save and Advertise.
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How much does it cost to post a job on Job Bank?
Job Bank is completely free to use.
How can I edit my Job Bank job posting?
Log in to Job Bank for Employers. From your Dashboard, click on the checkbox beside the job you would like to edit. Click on the “Edit” button above the list of job postings. Edit your job posting and proceed to preview. Click the “Save and advertise” button in the bottom right corner of the page.
Does Job Bank assist employers with recruitment processes?
Yes, Job Bank has comprehensive recruitment information for employers here.
You can also check out our guide to the Hiring Process.
How can I delete my Job Bank job posting?
From your dashboard, select delete beside the job you would like deleted.
Does Job Bank promote my job posts on social media?
No, unfortunately Job Bank does not assist with promoting job posts on other platforms besides its website and selected external job boards.
Does my job post appear immediately on Job Bank?
No, your job post will have to be approved by Job Bank before being published on the website. This process can take up to 2 days.
How can I create a Job Bank account?
On the Job Bank website, select "Recruit and hire" under Employers. Click the "Post a job" button. After reading the instructions on the next page, click "Proceed." From there you'll need to enter a username, password, and your business payroll number to authenticate your account.
Does Job Bank offer employers any assistance with the interview process?
No, unfortunately the employer will be responsible for interviewing candidates.