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The 18 Best Sales Job Boards for Hiring Top Talent

Nov 12th, 2018

Hiring season is almost upon us. (Though let’s be honest – in sales it never really stops.)

With Q4 drawing to a close and budgets opening up for the new year, January and February are often the busiest months of the recruitment cycle, according to For sales reps looking for new opportunities and sales leaders trying to fill out their teams, that makes the next several weeks a prime time to update résumés, post job openings and start searching.

Competition for sales talent is typically fierce. SiriusDecisions found that just 3% of high-performing reps are actively in the job market during a 2017 research study. And in a historically tight labor market, with 2.4% of Americans voluntarily quitting their jobs by the end of July 2018, ensuring you or your company stand out from the crowd is easier said than done.

That’s why it’s so important to find the best sales job boards for your career or staffing needs. Here are 18 job hubs that will help sales teams and reps find just what they’re looking for.

The Best Sales Job Boards

  1. Sales Gravy
  2. Rainmakers
  4. SalesTrax
  5. Dadomatch
  7. AA-ISP Career Center
  8. TheLions
  9. The Ladders
  10. LinkedIn
  11. Glassdoor
  12. Indeed
  13. Google Jobs
  14. Monster
  15. CareerBuilder
  16. Simply Hired
  17. Facebook
  18. ZipRecruiter

Sales Gravy

Sales Gravy describes itself as the “most visited sales-specific job board on the Internet,” with more than 6,000 employers and 300,000 professionals that have registered as users. The board features a diverse group of companies and positions, which range from quota-carrying roles to management and executive openings.

Pricing: Free for job-seekers, starting at $199 per month for employers and recruiters

Resources and features: Premium job postings, featured employers, sales job matching


Rainmakers is a recruiting platform specifically tailored toward high-performing salespeople. Accepted candidates create profiles that outline their relevant skills, hiring requirements and performance stats, such as quota attainment, average deal size and percent of leads generated. Employers then bid on users who best match their requirements.

Pricing: Free for job-seekers (application required), employers pay 20% of a candidate’s first-year salary on successful placement

Resources and features: Sales career advice blog, free to browse for employers, candidates can hide their information from current and previous employers

SalesJobs draws an average of 55,000 new sales candidates per month and has more than 800,000 active job postings, according to its website. As a result, postings run the gamut from full-time remote and consulting sales roles to opportunities in retail, automotive and healthcare.

Pricing: Free for job-seekers, starting at $199 per month for employers and recruiters

Resources and features: Résumé bank, résumé screening, unlimited job postings for certain packages


In addition to a job matching service that provides anonymity to job-seekers, SalesTrax hosts job fairs in 12 different U.S. cities for those who prefer to take their search offline. The board itself features around 70,000 openings, with options to filter by position title, location and experience level.

Pricing: Employer packages start at $299 for a 30-day job posting, free resume upload for job-seekers with the option to purchase additional services

Resources and features: Career services including résumé review, LinkedIn profile review and career coaching (paid)


If budgets are tight and all you need is a basic platform that shares your posting with tons of job-seekers, Dadomatch is worth taking a look at. The network automatically shares any Dadomatch posting with a dozen other job boards, including Indeed, ZipRecruiter and Simply Hired.

Pricing: Free for employers and candidates

Resources and features: Being a free tool, Dadomatch offers fewer resources and added features. What you see is what you get.

SalesHeads has more than 100,000 active postings, including a large number of entry-level roles and more than a few non-sales roles. The site offers a premium option for candidates and allows registered users to “instant apply” for designated openings.

Pricing: Free applications for job-seekers, with the option to purchase a premium subscription for $24.99 per month; employer packages start at $199 per month (through parent site Nexxt)

Resources and features: Premium users can designate themselves as “featured applicants” and bump their résumés to the top of search results; résumé and cover letter writing services; free résumé critique

Don’t forget to check out these niche sales job boards:

Other Top Job Boards for Sales Teams and Professionals


Perhaps you’ve heard of this one? There’s a good reason LinkedIn is so popular: the platform now has more than half a billion users. Not all of those are active job-seekers, but many of them are highly-qualified candidates. And for those looking to make new connections or earn referrals, it might as well be social networking heaven

While LinkedIn features nearly every type of job imaginable, it is a favorite of recruiters, B2B companies and senior leadership. In fact, more than 91,000 sales executive positions were posted on LinkedIn during a single week in July 2017, according to SiriusDecisions.

Pricing: LinkedIn’s premium career package starts at $29.99 per month. For employers, the social network bills on a pay-per-click basis that requires job posters to set a daily budget (more info here).

Resources and features: Premium Career users have access to career coaches, insights into industry salaries and fellow candidates, and are able to message recruiters directly. Employers can target promotion of a job opening based on skills and experience, using LinkedIn’s trove of user data.


While many know Glassdoor as a go-to source for company reviews, the network also hosts an active sales job board that allows candidates to upload their résumés, follow specific companies and set up job alerts. By using Glassdoor, job seekers can gain glimpses into company culture, benefits and salaries based on employee feedback.

Pricing: Job-seekers get 12 months of free access in exchange for submitting one anonymous review; employer job posting packages are not publicly available, but may vary based on location

Resources and features: Employers can update their company pages with photos, relevant information and the benefits of working with specific teams, as well as respond to reviews


Indeed draws a crowd, boasting 200 million unique monthly visitors and 9.8 jobs added per second across the globe. That means employers have a ton of potential candidates to choose from and, for job-seekers, a whole bunch of opportunities to sift through. A search of the term “sales job” turned up 1.2 million results.

Pricing: Employers can post jobs for free, but also have the option to purchase pay-per-click sponsorships that can be governed by a daily budget; Indeed also offers subscription packages that start at $500 per month, along with a limited free plan for SMBs

Resources and features: Indeed Prime gives companies access to pre-screened candidates and allows unlimited hires; like Glassdoor, users also have access to company reviews and salaries

Google Jobs

Yes, job postings now appear directly in your Google search results – although there is no way to post job openings to the search engine directly. You’ll need a website, or at the very least access to a third-party site that does appear on Google Jobs. This blog post offers a quick how-to guide that can help you get started.

Pricing: Free

Resources and features: Google shares data aggregated from popular sources like Glassdoor and LinkedIn, such as “typical pay for this type of work” and company reviews

More job boards for sales teams:

Still looking for sales job boards? Don’t forget about schools!

Companies with entry-level and internship openings (or recent graduates looking for full-time jobs) may want to consider checking with their local universities and colleges, which typically have career centers that host job boards and work to match students with employers.

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