The Following Information is in this article:
- What are Job Postings?
- Mandatory Fields For Job Posting
- Job Posting Example
- Keys to Making Job Postings Successful
Top Echelon posts recruiters’ jobs to various job board sites around the Internet through one of the most affordable job posting engines in the industry. Our sponsorship-based relationship with these boards is designed to generate as much traffic and as many high-quality nominations as possible for recruiters.
One Job at a Time—With this option, you can post your job by clicking the appropriate box at the bottom of the job order add form. When you post jobs one at a time, they will remain active for 30 days. There’s no limit to the number of jobs that you can post in this fashion, and you will only be charged $21 per job.
Monthly Subscription—With this option, you can subscribe to a set number of job slots each month. You can take jobs out of your slots and put new ones in, but the number of jobs you have active at any one time will correspond to the number of job slots allowed by your subscription. If you’d like to sign up for a monthly subscription to Job Posting, please email us at Contact@TopEchelon.com (only the Main Contact can request this service) with the monthly amount you would like..
|(1) job monthly subscription||$21.00|
|(3) job monthly subscription||$44.10|
|(5) job monthly subscription||$63.00|
|(10) job monthly subscription||$105.00|
|(15) job monthly subscription||$126.00|
|(20) job monthly subscription||$157.50|
|(25) job monthly subscription||$183.75|
|(30) job monthly subscription||$204.75|
|(50) job monthly subscription||$315.00|
|(100) job monthly subscription||$576.88|
|(150) job monthly subscription||$787.50|
|(200) job monthly subscription||$945.00|
|(250) job monthly subscription||$1,050.00|
Below are the mandatory fields that must be filled out to post a job through Job Posting:
- Position Title
- Job Description
Job Posting is a very powerful tool that can help gain exposure for your jobs.
As Job Posting does most of the work for you, you should put into your posting what you would like to get out of it. Use the following key’s to success to maximize your exposure:
Special Characters and Titles Don’t Mix
From past research, we have found that using special characters such as “/” and “&” in a the job title will limit the amount of traffic your posting generates.
BAD: Plant Manager/Supervisor
GOOD: Plant Manager
When it comes to getting your postings on the “Big” job boards, LESS IS MORE!!
Include a City and State
Very common in the recruiting industry, you get a job order that requires you to only post the State. Typically, this is because the “City” with the “Job Title” would be a dead giveaway for who the employer is. The downside of this is, job boards do not like posting job’s without a City and State. Therefore, it is in your best interest to use City and State.