Create a New Job Posting

1. Click on the Create a New Job button on your dashboard.

2. Fill in all of the fields on the Create a New Job page with information about the position. Looking for tips on how to make your job description better? Check out this article.

3. When you are all done creating your job posting, click on Save and Continue. From there, you can opt to purchase paid advertisements on any of our participating job board partners' websites or you can click on Finish. We'll do the rest!

Need to come back to it later? No problem! Simply select Save as Draft and your job posting will be saved in the Offline jobs filter for you to return to at a later time.

Keep reading for more information on the job description fields...


For more information on how to format your job posting, keep reading. It's easy to BOLD items by clicking on the icon on the Job Description toolbar. You can also add a bulleted list (for example, a list of skills desired or job responsibilities). And if you want to really grab prospective applicants' attention, you can add in a picture or hyperlink. You might want to add a hyperlink to your corporate website so applicants can read up on how great your company is.

NEW FEATURE ALERT! We now have an AI job description generator. Please see this article for more: New AI Job Description Generator

Other Fields

The Job Code field is an optional field that allows you to associate an alphanumeric code with any job listing. This is typically used for helping to coordinate your internal HR and recruiting processes outside of your account. The job code with appear on your dashboard (in condensed mode) when viewing applicants and on your public-facing online job listing. 

The City, State, and Country fields are meant to indicate the geographic location of the job opportunity. If your company is headquartered in Portland, Oregon but the position you are creating is located in San Francisco, CA, make sure to enter San Francisco and CA in the City and State fields. 

Keyword Detection is an easy way for our powerful analysis engine to help find the gold in your application stack for you. Add a comma-delimited list of keywords to your job posting. The analysis engine will check the applications you receive for a match and display an alert for you on the application grid when it finds a match. For example, let's say that you are hiring for a programmer position and one of your requirements is that all applicants have JavaScript and Ruby experience. Add both as keywords separated by commas JavaScript, and Ruby to the Keyword field so the analysis engine can check all of your applicants' resumes for these keywords.

Check the Hide Listing checkbox if you want your job posting to be hidden from your job listings page but still be able to be published across our job board partners' websites. (For more information on hiding a job, click here.) Don't worry, you can edit your selection at any time after you have created your job posting if you change your mind. 

Form Builder allows you to add custom questions, auto-archive applicants based on answers, and more. Click here for more information about Form Builder.

When you create a new job posting, you are automatically added to the job position as a Hiring Manager. To add additional Hiring Managers, click on the drop-down arrow on the Hiring Manager field and select as many Users as you would like (or click here for more specific instructions). Anyone you add as a Hiring Manager will be able to view the job posting description as well as any applicants who have applied for the position. Additional permissions, such as managing applicants, are dependent upon a User's Admin Level