There are 2 types of jobs you can post on Digitaljob, depending on what type of candidates you are looking for:
- Classic Job – jobs for which Digitaljob users apply as individual job seekers
- Team Job – jobs for which Digitaljob users apply along with their teams as team job seekers
When posting a job, please keep in mind some very important aspects to help ensure a global quality standard:
1. Make sure your job description is written in English only. Please do check for typos and ensure the technologies you require are written correctly (e.g. JQUERY instead of the correct form jQuery).
2. The first thing users see on Digitaljob when searching for a job is the job title. We’ve noticed that succinct titles usually attract the most candidates. Make sure that the title is descriptive of what the person will do. Given the fact that specific job categories are available (Design, Front-End Development, Back-End Development, Marketing etc), it’s not necessary to mention the category in the job title, but only select it at the beginning of your job posting process.
3. The skills you add are highly important in order for our proprietary matching system to function accurately. The matching system algorithm takes into consideration the specific skills required in your job post and matches them with all the Digitaljob users that listed those exact skills on their profiles, as well. This is how we ensure you receive only relevant applicants, according to your specific job description.
Therefore, we kindly advise you to use, as much as possible, the skills that appear in the drop-down. If you require a specific skill that does not appear there, you can then add the skill name manually.
Looking over some skills in a job post, we might find the following:
- Experience with Frameworks like WordPress could be a plus – the skill name is WordPress, so you only need to start typing and by the third letter the name “WordPress” should appear in the drop-down list.
- Advanced HTML & CSS3 skills, including responsive design, web standards & best practices – the two skill names here are HTML and CSS3 and they should be added separately.
When it comes to the skills levels you select, we have the following example:
- Good knowledge of Adobe Illustrator – “Adobe Illustrator” is the skill name, while “Good knowledge” would translate into a level 8. Thus, mentioning “Good knowledge” becomes unnecessary.
- Proficiency in Adobe Photoshop – “Adobe Photoshop” is the skill name, while “Proficiency” would translate into a level 10.
4. The “Job responsibilities” text box aims for the description of the position’s main duties, while the “Other requirements” text box is the space where you would add the “nice to have, but not mandatory” skills.
5. There is a special field you have to fill in with the contact email address or your web address. Any link within the body of your job description will be deleted.
Once your job is published on Digitaljob, you will be able to easily manage your jobs and access important analytics in regards to job seekers, viewers and applicants from the Dashboard of your company account.
Go to your Dashboard.