How to Write Job Ads That Get You Qualified Candidates - Tampa

Are you a business that has to look externally to recruit quality talent, but you just can’t find the right person? You’ve posted the job description in many places and you’ve either not received enough quantity, enough quality responses, or maybe both?

I’ve had over 10 years of experience working with recruiters, talent acquisition managers, and VP’s of HR from companies of all sizes who’ve all had to find the best talent through their job advertisements. Use the knowledge I’ve gained along the way and what I’ve seen from my clients to help your organization be effective the next time you’re posting externally.

If you have a specific job opening that you’re struggling with we’ll analyze it or if you’re just someone who may need to hire in the future and write job descriptions, I’ll arm you with the best tips to make your job advertisement really stand out.

You’ll learn the differences of a job posting and a job advertisement. Jobseekers will make decisions based on your job content and if you’re missing certain things you may actually be losing really good candidates to competitors with how you’re approaching job ads.

The job ad may be the first impression a candidate has of your company and you want to make the best first impression possible.

This course is for hiring managers posting their first job all the way to experienced Talent Acquisition professionals and everything in between. Every position is different and my goal is to make you better at crafting really compelling job ads, drive more qualified candidates to apply to your openings, and ultimately recruit the best possible person for your organization.

Not just hiring the best person you had access to!

In this course you’ll learn a few things:

  • The components of really effective job advertisements

  • How to Optimize Your Job Title for Job Searches

  • What Your Employer Value Proposition Is and How to
    Leverage It

  • Some common mistakes even large companies make with job ads

To name a few!

Let’s start today and help you get more out of your next job ad!

Keywords: How to Write Job Ads, Job Postings, Compelling Job Ads, Human Resources, Recruiting, Job Advertising, Talent Acquisition, HR marketing, Candidate Attraction, Coach The World, CTW, CoachTheWorld,
Coaching Topic: BC HR-development
Gender of the Coach: Male

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