Job Requirements & Qualifications
In Your Job Postings
Job postings that outline the skills required for your position will
bring you much higher qualified job seekers than a generic posting.
Differentiate between the actual required qualifications and the "it would
be beneficial if you had these" skills.
· List requirements and the desired or minimum number years of experience.
It is easier to read if these qualifications are in a list format. Use dashes
"-" or asterisks "*" rather than bullets.
· Work experience.
· Education or certifications needed.
· Soft skills (Examples: time management, organization skills, leadership,
communications skills, willingness to travel, etc
Be sure you read each section of our online job
posting guide to make your postings the best they can be.
This is easily one of the most important sections of your ad. Why? The title
is the first thing a job seeker will see. It must stand out and grab their attention.
Information In Job Descriptions
Provide insight on your organization including...
Candidates want to know what they will be actually doing in this position. Provide
a comprehensive description of the position including...
To Apply To Your Job Openings
A job posting is not a job posting without this section. Choose the ways you
want to receive resumes...
This section is the most important! Your job ads will never be found if job
seekers search with words that are not found in your ad. Be sure to think of
and list in your job description all words a job seeker might use to find your