How to post a job using Vetjobs Canada

Hello fellow Canadian Veterinary employers! Welcome to Vetjobs Canada! Creating a job description to fill an empty job position can be time consuming and often times very stressful. How does one manage to describe the job role and tell the job seeker all the wonderful things your clinic has to offer in merely one paragraph!? While you are busy writing away, Vetjobs Canada is here to make posting veterinary jobs in Canada extremely easy once you are ready to post. Follow these easy 5 steps and get your listing out there for all of Canada to see!

1. Register – it’s FREE!

In order to submit a job, you must register first. Having an account allows you to post jobs and manage them through your dashboard. 

2. Create a listing

This is where the magic happens! Fill out the easy to use job listing form with your job listing information. Don’t be afraid to add as much information as you want. Attract the candidates by adding your logo, videos and website link to your listing. Add a location so candidates know where you are located – this is extremely helpful for them! Adding a location also puts you on the Vetjobs Canada map, exposing your ad to those who use the map to search for a job by location.

3. Preview

This will allow to look at the listing before you choose to submit it. This is a good opportunity to check for any last minute grammatical errors and ensure your job ad is just the way you want.

4. Select Job Package and Submit

Once you are happy with how your post looks, click ‘Choose a Package’. Choosing a package it completely up to you and depends what you want to get out of the listing. If you want to get that extra exposure, click the featured option to give that boost your post needs.

5. Receive applications from candidates

After creating  your listing, you are able to manage it on your dashboard. In your dashboard, you can edit your listing, view total job views and applications. You can manage your listings by marking them filled, organizing applicants, and seeing when they expire.