I'm a recruiter. How do I use Job Bank?
Recruiters are individuals who assist employers with their recruitment process. Their interaction with the job applicants usually stops when the new employee is hired. The recruiters’ clients are considered employers when they directly hire and pay the employees. If you are a recruiter and would like to post on Job Bank, you must first create your own personal user account. You can do so by signing up to Job Bank for Employers.
Once you have created your own user account, register your client as an employer by using:
- Their payroll account number (e.g. 123456789RP0001)
- Their business information (e.g. address, phone number, etc.)
When creating the employer file, you must identify yourself as a third-party recruiter. You also have to provide the full name and phone number of your client in case Job Bank needs to contact them.
Here’s what you can do if the payroll account number of the employer is already in use.
Make sure to create separate employer files for each employer you represent on Job Bank. You always have to use your personal user account to do so.
Note: If your agency will be hiring and paying the employees, you must register your agency on Job Bank using the agency’s payroll account number. For more information on how to register as a placement agency, see “I work for a placement agency. How do I use Job Bank?”.
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