A great job post will lay out the roles and responsibilities of the position clearly, present enough information to inform but not overwhelm, and differentiate your company from competitors.
If you’re not sure about what content to put in your posting, Google is a great place to start. Type the title of the job you are hiring for and “job description”. For example: “Server Job Description” will give you some basic content you can customize.
Job Title: Generic job title that includes what qualified people may be searching for.
Introduction: A quick intro sentence about what you are hiring for and why.
Job Duties / Responsibilities: A quick bulleted list of what the person will be doing in the job.
Requirements / Qualifications: A quick list of the experience you would like the candidate to have.
Compensation & Perks: List what advantages there are to working for you vs. someone else.
Closing / Call to action: A closing sentence to encourage people to apply.
What would your ideal applicant be searching for?
People are more likely to apply when they know what they are getting into.
One Job Title, one Job Posting