Make the job title as specific as possible. Not only is it helpfully as candidates will find you faster but will also avoid confusing candidates. Furthermore, adding the levels of experience (executive, manager, director) will make the job title specific and more effective at getting qualified candidates.
Extra tip: job titles with 80 characters or less receive more clicks.
Your company summary should help put your company and a little of the role in context. In this section, its important to create a short and brief description of the company including what the business focuses on and the goals/ culture
Surprisingly, according to the BBC, only 12.6% of employees add the salary range in job description. The monetary compensation is a key part of a candidate’s decision making process so it’s relevant to include it. In most cases, the salary is dependent on a number of factors and for this reason, including a salary range is the most effective.
Always include the exact job location (the postcode if you can). This will make a huge difference for future candidates. Furthermore, be specific about how your company is working (working from home, hybrid or office based). Additionally, 83% of job seekers in the UK rated work environment details as key information in a job description.
Every ad must have a concise description, or overview, of the role. This should include everything from the description of the position to the main responsibilities. It is also important to include details about the work environment, the work hours, and the benefits.
Around 94% of job seekers in the UK rated work hours and schedule information as important to see in a job description
This is where you should list all the qualifications, skills and experience that the applicant should have in order to be a consider for the role. Keep your list of requirements only as long as it needs to be. This should include: