Once you’ve completed your company channel and are ready to post a job, simply head over to your dashboard and click "Post A Job"
Make sure to complete all the fields:
- Enter the Job Title and select the relevant Job Type, Contract, Location, Job Level, Currency and Salary.
- Keep it simple - avoid using large blocks of text, company jargon or confusing job titles. Always go with Marketing Executive instead of Marketing Ninja.
- We recommend displaying a salary range. Jobs with a salary range receive on average 28% more applications. More importantly, salary helps candidates to determine their own suitability to a role, leading to more relevant applications.
- Include the full address of where the open role is situated. This will help us target relevant talent.
- Type in a few lines about your company. What do you do? What are the main responsibilities of the role? What type of people do well in your company? You’ve covered skills, what attributes are important for the role? E.g. self-motivated, team player, etc.
Next, you'll want your job description to be as engaging as possible. The content of your job description is key in converting passive talent into exciting applicants.
Adding salary details, clear responsibilities and requirements, perks/benefits and highlighting your company culture will ensure your jobs get noticed by the right talent.
Deal breaker questions
Adding questions to the start of your application allows you to filter candidates more efficiently. You can pass or shortlist a candidate without having to review their entire Bio. For example if a candidate only has 1 year experience for a role that requires 5, you already know they won’t be a fit for the job.
Streamline your hiring by adding questions to the start of the application and free up time to spend talking to more relevant applicants.
Try to make the questions easy to answer. Questions related to experience, salary expectations, availability and residency work best.
Once you are happy with the details, click “Post Job” to send your job out to the world.