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Careermine offers an easy-to-use job board that lets employers from across the globe post niche and general jobs in the mining industry. For U.K. employers, the platform provides excellent exposure to a targeted job market and offers several robust features, such as job post analytics, candidate matching, and access to a CV database.
- Employers can search the site's database of resumes.
- The site provides branding tools for employers to create an attractive public image.
- Employers are able to post jobs from their dashboard or from an applicant tracking system.
- Employers receive email notifications when suitable candidates register on the site.
- An employer dashboard keeps track of post engagement and applications.
- Customer care is only available between Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. PST; 8 hours behind the U.K.'s GMT time zone.
- The site lacks features such as interview scheduling and post promotion.
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Careermine vs. Jobsite:
Jobsite is a general job posting board that's popular in the U.K., while Careermine is a niche job board that focuses on the mining industry. Between the two competitors, Careermine is the more expensive option and it doesn't advertise many U.K.-based jobs. Jobsite, on the other hand, offers great U.K. exposure and a bigger variety of mining jobs.
Careermine vs. OilandGas JobSearch:
OilandGasJobSearch and Careermine are both mining job boards that offer standard hiring tools, including access to resumes, email alerts, and company branding. Pricing starts at £150.00 per post compared to Careermine which charges US$450.00 for its standard job posting plan.
Careermine vs. Indeed:
Indeed is one of the largest online job boards and allows employers to post jobs for free. There is an option to sponsor posts and make them more visible if desired, and employers can set a budget for this. However, Careermine has a niche audience which means that employers might find more candidates who are actively seeking mining jobs there.