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Welcome to Green Jobs Free

We are the only green job board with free job postings. There are many green job sites out there but our mission is to provide employers with green jobs a free outlet to market those opportunities. So post your green job or green job training announcement today! After all, it's free.

Post a Job

Choose from the following options to decide how widely your job ad will be distributed.
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Option 1: Green Jobs Free & JobThread Green Network

The Power of the JobThread Green Network
When you post your job ad on the JobThread Green Network, you're presenting your job on a universe of Web sites with 100% green content: niche publishing sites that are entirely focused on green issues. There is no more efficient way to fill green jobs.

The JobThread Green Network expands your reach without diluting your focus or your candidate pool.

Reach all of these sites for only $59!

JobThread Green Network Sites:

TreeHugger GreenBiz
Grist Green Conduct
Jetson Green CleanTech Brief
Triple Pundit Green Jobs Free
Do Good Jobs
CleanTech Authority and more!

Price: $59
Duration: 45 days

Post your job to the JobThread Green Network.

Option 2: Just Green Jobs Free

Reach the targeted audience of Green Jobs Free. Your ad will still be displayed to qualified candidates alongside relevant content, but its reach will be limited to just Green Jobs Free.

Price: Free
Duration: 30 days

Post your job to just Green Jobs Free.

Green Jobs Free promotes renewable energy careers and jobs supporting the solar, wind, biomass, hydro, hydrogen, sustainable and other green industries. According to Wikipedia "Green collar workers include professionals such as conservation movement workers, environmental consultants, environmental or biological systems engineers, green building architects, holistic passive solar building designers, solar energy and wind energy engineers and installers, nuclear engineers, green vehicle engineers, "green business" owners, organic farmers, environmental lawyers, ecology educators, and ecotechnology workers, and sales staff working with these services or products. Green collar workers also include vocational or trade-level workers: electricians who install solar panels, plumbers who install solar water heaters, construction workers who build energy-efficient green buildings and wind power farms, construction workers who weatherize buildings to make them more energy efficient, or other workers involved in clean, renewable technologies."