Vancouver IRL’s Job Posting Service
Welcome to Vancouver IRL’s Job Posting Service
Please be aware that VanWaIRL.com does not provide candidate or resume management services. Our focus is to help you reach audiences not typically accessed by traditional job listing services.
How we will display your job posting
All active job listings are viewable in the Jobs section of our directory.
Social Media Postings
Catalogs (90-day or Unlimited options only)
Local Scene Screen (Beta Test)
Select job listing option
Check our options and choose the best plan for you
Strategies for using our Job Listing platform
Full Job Application Form
Create a complete form using our options. Receive application details and resumes via email.
*See example on how to build an application form below*
External Application Link
Provide a job description, omitting the application form, and include a link to your website or another service.
Post a job description without a form or link, and instruct candidates on how to contact you directly within the description.
Posting Duration and Visibility
- Choose between a 30 or 90-day active period for your job posting.
- Users who are subscribed to Premium – Levels 2 or 3 will have access to the Unlimited option which allows for an unlimited number of job listings which can be left up indefinitely
- Only 90-day and Unlimited listings will be included in our quarterly published Catalogs.
Managing Your Listing
- Edit or delete your job posting at any time from your Dashboard.
We cannot guarantee applicant responses, but we assure broad visibility for your job listing. We appreciate your trust in VanWaIRL.com and look forward to supporting you in your recruitment efforts.
How to build an application form while creating your job listing
Click “Add” on the Application Form Building section of your job listing form. This will expand the Form Builder.
A. Dropdown with a variety of input validation choices (ex. Text, Number, etc.) along with a “File” upload option.
B. The label for the added field which will be visible on the front end of the form.
C. Example text that is displayed prior to the field being filled out. (optional)
D. Require the field is filled out appropriately for the form to submit.
E. Once you have multiple fields created, use this to drag the field up or down if you need to change the order in which they are displayed.
F. Delete the field.
G. Add an additional field.
Form Builder Key
Here is an example of how a simple application form looks in practice:
What you see while building it:
After the listing is published, job applicant will be able to select the “Click Here to Apply” link on your job listing.
“Click Here to Apply”
They will then see the form you created
Once they submit the application, you will receive an email containing the completed fields and any included attachments.