Sales Job Posting Sites

Sales Job Posting Site

August 18th, 2019

Our list of sites for sales job postings will help you hire help faster, whether you're hiring a sales associate, sales representative, sales manager, or other sales position.

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Where to Post Sales Jobs:

Our Rank

Site Name

Posting Options



Free and paid.


Google for Jobs




Free and paid.


Starting at $199.00.


Stating at $199.00.



Starting at $299.00.



Free and paid.






Starting at $99.00.


Starting at $345.00.


Where can I post a sales job?

There are a number of websites that exclusively advertise sales jobs.

Try one of these sales job posting boards.

How do you write a sales job posting?

To write a job posting that will attract sales professionals, be sure to include an appealing title, your company story, and why they should apply for the job. Find a free job posting template here.

Read our guide to sales job posting boards.

Are free job posting sites worth using for sales jobs?

Yes. Indeed, Google for Jobs, Jora and other free sites get massive amounts of traffic. Generally, if you want to reach a very specific sales audience you'll need to pay to be on a niche board, but the free boards should connect you with a significant number of potential sales hires.

Read our list of sales job posting boards.

How can I get my posts for sales professionals on job posting sites to perform better?

If you're having trouble getting applicants for your sales jobs, have a look at the text of your job posting. Is it offering sales professionals good reasons to work for your company? It's a tough hiring market, so be sure you're selling your job.

For more on this, see our job posting template.

What are the best job posting sites for sales?

This can vary quite a bit by what kind of sales job you're hiring for, and also the region you're in. A good way to figure out which one is best for you is to ask the best salespeople you know, and especially the best you've hired, where they look for jobs.

See our list of sales job posting boards.