Building a full job post is the foundation for success here at Wavely; here are some things to pay attention to when posting a job.
See the below description and graphic of the areas to pay attention to during the job posting process.
1. The job title:
- The Job title is a crucial component to finding the right talent. This critical information is the first way that Wavely filters our internal talent for you.
- Ensure that the job title is as close to the actual positions offerings as possible.
- Don't add requirements in the job title.
- Use industry-specific terms.
2. Job Categories:
- The job categories provide a matching point for our talent users and the expected jobs they hope to have as a new carrier opportunity.
- Things to keep in mind: The provided categories are auto-generated, but feel free to search for and change this area depending on what best suits the needs at hand.
- If you cannot find a job category that matches your role, you can make your own! Help us create new job categories and grow new areas of the job market that are untapped.
- This area is one of the most important on the job description page, the skills that are added to this area help our platform learn what talent to display in your find talent feed.
- Talent/candidate profiles are shown by how relevant they are to the job posting by the skills that the talent has in relation to the skills that are required for the job.
- Skills that are not displayed can be added for unique roles that require particular skills. The more skills you select, the higher the chance your matches will be close to what you are looking for.
4. Job Description
- Having a complete job description has a significant impact on how talent views the available opportunities at your company and how the company invests in finding new people to work for them. Here are some helpful tips to ensure that the talent that reaches out to you are the right one!
- Having a clear and concise language that describes the day-to-day work life.
- Listing out duties and responsibilities clearly so that talent has a good idea of what is expected.
- Have a good language around hard requirements or if you are flexible with some requirements be sure to state that!
- Be sure to describe advancement and learning opportunities that may come with carrier growth.
Take a look at the graphic below to familiarize yourself with where the Information is located.
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