Canada’s Conservation Jobs Board since 2007 just got even better. WorkCabin is thrilled to launch a new redeveloped website for 2020. There are still a few tweaks being made behind the scenes to fix a few items, but most of the heavy lifting is complete.
One of the biggest changes is a new UX that makes the user experience more smooth, easier to navigate, and faster. Job seekers will notice a bunch of new tools in their Account Centres. And the resume tool has been significantly enhanced with a better layout and styling and input system. Employers will also see a completely overhauled Account Centre that is easier to navigate, relist job ads, edit job ads, make job ads stand out more with new tools, etc. New Organization Profile pages also give our users a better profile and quicker access for job seekers to see an organization’s currently posted job opportunities. Work Perks for each job position ad are also more prominently displayed within an ad. It’s no secret that work perks are a recruiting tool today. Perks help attract candidates. So adding this feature gives perks extra visibility in a job ad.
This latest web development of WorkCabin represents the largest development in the site’s 13-year history and better positions WorkCabin for the future.
Also added is the new Video Production page. In the past few years, video production work within the conservation field has been rapidly growing for our founder and filmmaker Gregg McLachlan. So, better integrating this service within WorkCabin is a nice fit.