How to write a job offer 1 (Infographic)

Advice for recruiters on writing a successful job advert


Recruiters! Are your job offers as big a flop as an airless soufflé? Do you attract too few candidates, or too many (but of the wrong kind)? If so, it could be that you’re making one of the following common, yet lethal, mistakes. Here’s some top tips from the JobisJob team:

Infographic on how to write a job advert

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5 thoughts on “How to write a job offer 1 (Infographic)

  1. simonlewisomjSimon

    Mainly good points but number 8 is wrong. A “complete, full length job description” DOES NOT WORK. The reader gets bored and it encourages the recruiter to copy and paste what is designed as an internal brief from the client.

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    1. plabram Post author

      Thanks both for your comments! Interesting point, Simon – maybe the trick is to be succint but still make sure you cover all the most important points. Is there anything in particular you’d say you can chuck from a job description?

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