when writing a job description

when writing a job description

When writing a job description
Your job description is your chance to connect with potential candidates. And first impressions matter. Effective job descriptions are engaging and inclusive, prompt the right people to apply and help you trim down your time-to-fill.
BambooHR gives candidates a few reasons to consider joining their company:

This section needs to give readers a positive sense of your brand and employer brand.
(The title of the job, Regional Sales Manager, for example.)

Hints for Writing Job Descriptions
Job descriptions should be prepared in a manner that all components are accurately stated to create a clear understanding of the role. Here are some hints to assist you in the process:
Identify the educational qualifications that an employee must possess to satisfactorily perform the job duties and responsibilities. State the educational qualifications in terms of areas of study and/or type of degree or concentration that would provide the knowledge required for entry into this position.

When outlining the “Work Performed” section of the job description:
Describe the types of situations or problems that would require exercising judgment, and describe the consequences of inappropriate judgment exercised by the position.

When writing a job description
Outline the core responsibilities of the position. Make sure your list of responsibilities is detailed but concise. Also emphasize the duties that may be unique to your organization. For example, if you are hiring for an “Event Management” role and the position requires social media expertise to promote events, include this detail to ensure candidates understand the requirements and can determine if they’re qualified.
Avoid internal lingo that may confuse the job seeker. Stick to standard experience levels like “Senior” rather than “VI” or other terms people are less likely to look for.