Women's Job List Job Posting

Womens Job List

June 4th, 2019

Women's Job List is a job posting and career website that allows diversity-minded employers to connect with job seekers across the US.

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Pricing:

Pricing is only made available to Women's Job List members.

How to Post a Job on Women's Job List:

  1. Log in to your account and select "Post Job" on the menu bar.
  2. Fill in the online form, including your job title, description, location etc.

Key Information Table:

Director

Ann Hughes

Phone Number

1 (888) 984-3547

Website

www.womensjoblist.com

FAQs:

How can I create a Women's Job List account?

Click "Register" in the top right corner of the homepage and fill in the registration form.

How much does it cost to post a job on Women's Job List?

Pricing details are not available on the Women's Job List website. Contact Women's Job List for pricing information.

How can I edit a job posting on Women's Job List?

Select "My Jobs" on the dashboard. Click the job posting you would like to edit and make your changes.

Can I track my job post applicants on Women's Job List?

Yes, Women's Job List has a fantastic tracking feature that allows you to track all your applicants for the last 5 years. You can also generate performance reports based on these.

How can I delete a job posting on Women's Job List?

Select "My Jobs" on the dashboard. Click the job posting you would like to remove and click the Delete icon next to it.

Does Women's Job List promote my job posts on social media?

No, your job posts are only visible on the Women's Job List website that attracts thousands of candidates, according to their website.

Does Women's Job List have a database of candidates available?

Yes, Women's Job List a database that you'll have access to.

Does Women's Job List assist employers with candidate interviews?

No, Women's Job List does not offer employers any assistance with candidate interviews.

What are some Women's Job List alternatives?