Crewlink.com is an employment networking platform dedicated solely to the various sectors of construction across North America. Our goal is to connect Skilled Construction Professionals with Employers/Recruiters looking to fill vacancies in a seamless and efficient manner. Crewlink was built by a construction professional in Alberta with 15 years experience in the heavy industrial sector. The idea for the platform started in a field office in Nisku, when work was winding down and the crew had a hard time finding out which employers were hiring.
Crewlink’s goal is to become the premier employment networking platform for construction employees & industry specific companies. With an aggressive recruiting campaign, our goal is to have 10,000 plus highly skilled workers listing their resumes and profiles by September of this year. (We are recruiting companies and jobseekers from across North America). Crewlink was built as a resource for the construction industry. We will not sell or distribute your personal information or email addresses, as the information collected is used to connect jobseekers with employers.
As an incentive for companies to explore who we are and how we can help your firm lower recruiting costs, we are offering aFREE 30 day trial of our Premium Package - valued at $299.00 per month, to the first 50 companies in each province or state who register with us.
With a Premium Crewlink Package you get the following:
* Unlimited Job Postings (post as many or as little as you like)
* Full company profile including a link back to your web site (additional marketing for your firm)
* Ability to connect directly with our CREW of skilled professionals
* Access to feed posted jobs on various Social Media
* Free press release submissions (tell our many members what your company is doing)
On completion of the no obligation free trial, companies can choose from three package options;
$299.00 per month
Unlimited Job Postings
$199.00 per month
Single Job Posting
This offer is limited so act now. No credit information is required.