EMPLOYER FAQ


These are answers to some of the most common questions we get. If you can't find your answer here, contact us directly

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How do I post a job opening

How do I post a job opening

Simply click on the Job Posting link for easy to follow instructions

How much does it cost to post a job

How much does it cost to post a job

We offer different membership levels. For more information, please visit our pricing page.

How will I know when the job is posted

How will I know when the job is posted

You will receive an email with your username and password. You will then be able to login and manage your account

How long until I see my job

How long does it take before the postings will be active

Jobs will become active once they are verified. This process usually takes less than 24 hours

How do I delete/edit jobs

How do I delete/edit jobs

Simply login under the Employers Area using your username and password to manage your job listings

How long will my jobs stay

How long will my job listings remain in the database

You can determine how long each job listing will remain active. Usually jobs are automatically deleted within 60 days of being in the job database

How will job seekers contact me

How will job seekers contact my organization

You will determine how the candidates contact you. The most common ways include fax, email, phone, and mail

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