Jun 24, 2019 - 06:23 PM
Don't write so vaguely that you get veterinarians and restaurant workers applying for the same job. You can certainly use terms like "team player," but you also need to decide what will be your "minimum" and "preferred" qualifications.
You can list projects that the candidate will work on, or include links to in-house videos or blogs that give a clearer picture of the company culture for the candidate. (Someone who has a free-wheeling style, for example, may realize she's not a good cultural fit for your more conservative company.) When it comes time to post a job, think about whether you're willing to recruit from other cities or states, or even internationally. If you're not willing to pay relocation costs, it may make more sense to post on local or state job boards. If you are targeting a specific industry, many industry associations will offer use of free or low-cost job boards if you're a member.