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How to Write Job Orders That Attract Qualified Candidates

by | Jan 17, 2011 | Recruiter Training, Top Echelon Blog

The best way to get qualified candidates interested in the jobs that you post to your Hiring Hook website is to write job postings that grab their attention immediately.  A job order that contains plenty of sizzle could mean the difference between filling that job order and coming up empty.  Top Echelon, through its webinar website, is pleased to offer an online training webinar from its extensive library, one that addresses the topic of writing attractive job postings.

The title of this training session is “Writing Effective Job Orders That Attract Qualified Candidates Through Your Internet Job Postings.”  Presenting the webinar are Top Echelon Network Preferred Members Dan Simmons, CPC and Jim Hipskind, CPC, both of Continental Search & Outplacement, Inc.  Below is the description of the training session:

Learn how to write job postings that will bring interested, qualified candidates.  Learn why some job postings are quite effective and others receive no qualified responses.  This session will discuss how to determine which job orders to work on and post.

The session discusses the following:

  • Understanding what a job posting really is
  • The components of a well-written job order/job posting
  • How to improve your job posting with one easy step
  • A review of a complete job order and how writing effective job orders aid in posting
  • How to reduce screening time by effectively using questionnaires and written interviews
  • The session will include a template for writing effective job postings and a checklist of 18 company perks.

The cost of accessing this online training webinar, which is 60 minutes long, is $59 per personClick here to read the reviews of the session and to add it to your shopping cart.  If you have any questions, please send an email to

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