Simple or basic search
Enter the position (job, employment) title or keywords and click on the “Search” button in order to obtain a list of relevant results, classified by freshness order. It’s that easy!
nicejob.ca searches for employment offers which correspond exactly to the keywords specified in your request. You can alternate with different versions of the terms used, such as “accounting clerk” and “accountant clerk”. nicejob.ca does not distinguish the feminine (and, from, of the) masculine and the plural … singular. For example, by typing “sales director”, your search results will include “sales directors”, “sale directors”.
You can test different expressions, such as “Sales director” and “business development director”, which will not bring up the same results.
Automatic “AND” operator
Keywords are linked by “AND” default operators and the results that will come up will only be those including all the keywords. Therefore, to limit the results of a search, simply enter more keywords. For example, to find a position in customer service, simply enter customer service
in the search zone and click on the “search” button.
OR operator (logical OR)
In some instance, the use of the operator
“OR” is more useful to formulate your request. (it might be more useful to use
the…) You can separate two keywords by the “OR” operator. The operator must be
in capital letters. For instance, to find positions in customer service or
customer support, simply enter “customer service or support”
in the search zone
and click on the “search” button.
Please note that the “AND” default operator remains between the word “customer” and the expression “service or support”, which is correspond to the specifications of the request, that is a position either in customer service or support.