MyCareJobs joins CareNavigator.com

The family is growing…

We’re excited to welcome MyCareJobs.com.au to the CareNavigator family. Since 2016, MyCareJobs has built a service for health, social care and disability job postings that let anyone post and find a job for free!

What does this means for MyCareJobs Users?

On behalf of all CareNavigators, we are delighted to welcome MyCareJobs Users to the CareNavigator community. Here you will continue to be able to post and find jobs in health, social care, aged care and disability.

 

 

What happens now?

Like any new addition to the family, there’s lots to do to welcome MyCareJobs. We’re excited to bring the MyCareJobs community and technology to CareNavigator.com and give all CareNavigators access to opportunities.

Jobs from MyCareJobs will continue to be added to CareNavigator.com as we continue to migrate users and content and welcome everyone from MyCareJobs here to your new home.

How do I post my jobs on CareNavigator.com?

Posting jobs on CareNavigator.com is easy! If you have a job to post, login click on the ⊕ Add New button in the top right corner ↗️. If you aren’t logged in, you’ll be asked to log in to your account (or if you don’t have one, you can create an account right then and there – it’s fast and free).

Then simply select ‘job’ and choose between ‘Free’ or ‘Featured’. Enter the details of your job and post to get your opportunity in front of tens of thousands of CareNavigators.

How do I post lots of jobs?

If you are from an organisation who posts lots of jobs, we can now arrange to post jobs for you automatically. Get in touch with us here to get started.

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