Opportunities

How to Post a Career

PROCEDURE TO POST ONLINE JOB OPPORTUNITIES WITH OGRA
To get started, please email Colette Caruso with posting dates, PDF of posting and method of payment. Please include your FULL contact details including:

Address
Phone Number
Location of office (municipal building, yard, etc.)


2017 Posting Fees:
Member Rate:  $275.00 plus HST per ad
Non-Member Rate: $1,000.00 plus HST per ad

Re-postings:
Re-posting an ad after 60 days from the original posting date is considered a new ad, and normal rates apply.

Payment:
Visa or MasterCard - a receipt will be emailed.

Cheque - An invoice will be sent by mail. Once payment is received, a receipt will be emailed.

Restrictions:

One (1) job title per ad please
You may not post one ad that links to several opportunities
Ad Duration:

Ads will appear on OGRA Careers Section of our web-site for 60 days or closing date of opportunity (whichever is shorter)
Maximum display time per ad is 60 days.
To Get Started:

To post a career listing please email Colette Caruso.
Posting must be sent as a PDF 
A confirmation email will be sent to you and, if the posting is immediate, a link to your posting will be forwarded
If payment is made by credit card, a receipt will be emailed to you
If payment is made by cheque, an invoice will be sent by mail and once payment is received, a receipt will be sent via email
Additionally, OGRA will advertise this position in the Weekly Detour. If you do not receive this eBulletin, please click here to subscribe.
Your ad will be automatically removed from the website on the requested date
Important:

OGRA does not assume any responsibility for ad accuracy
OGRA reserves the right to refuse the posting of any ad
For further information, please contact us at 289-291-OGRA (6472) or contact Colette Caruso.

All Ads will be mentioned in OGRA’s Weekly Detour throughout duration of posting.

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