Staff recruitment can be costly and time consuming for a business owner. That’s why each month we’re going to be bringing you our top 5 tips to help with your recruiting conundrums.
To kick start our #TopTips this month we are helping you write an effective job description.
The job description is a critical document for every position. Think of it as a blueprint, the more time and thought you put into writing it will enable the rest of the process to run more smoothly. Here are our top 5 tips for writing an effective job description:
#1. Be Appealing.
The most obvious way to increase the number of people who view your job advert is to make the job title appealing.
#2. Search Friendly.
Think of a job posting just as you would a web page. When potential candidates are searching for job postings, they will use consistent search terms.
Don’t scare off a potential top candidate by overdoing the “must-haves”. Focus on the key responsibilities of the position and highlight what is most important.
#4. Avoid Jargon.
Incorporating vague terminology or jargon in the job description is not productive.
#5. Be you.
Show some personality! While you want to use clear and concise language, you also should give applicants a sense of your company’s culture.
For more information or to discuss any current or pending vacancies within your team, then please contact either:
- Darren Martlew: call. 07734 870905 email. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Chris Holland: call. 07944 497933 email. chris.Holland@heads-uk.com