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Welcome to the Job Offering forum!

This forum is intended for the placement of job offers. However the intent is not that it becomes the hunting ground for recruitment agencies and head hunters. The mandate of SACanada is that we do not entertain commercial advertisements outside of the Commercial section. The rules for this forum are simple:


Updated: 20 April 2012

  • You have to be registered in order to post new offers. This allows us to contact you regarding your post if necessary.
  • The offer has to be in a personal capacity.
  • Put the job title in the Topic Title, and the location where it's offered in the Topic Description.
  • This forum is read by guests as well, so please supply sufficient contact information so you can be contracted.
  • Postings that violate these rules will be removed.

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