Everything you need to know about ‘Facebook Job Posts’

Did you know that you can use Facebook to Recruit new Staff? Well you can now post Job Vacancies on your Facebook Business Page for Free!

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This blog post will give you an insight into Facebook Jobs and how to post a job on Facebook.

 

Recruitment can be a long, time consuming and sometimes expensive task. Facebook are aware of the hassle involved in finding applicants for jobs so they have introduced ‘Job Postings’ to help businesses reach the right candidates.

 

How do I post a Job on Facebook?

First of all you need a business page. From your business page click on ‘Jobs’ on the left hand side and then click on ‘Publish Job Post’. Complete all the required information from Job Title to Job type. Type in your email address in the box provided if you want to receive applications by email. You will be able to preview your Job Ad on the right hand side and when everything is looking the part just click on ‘Publish Job Post’. Like any other Facebook post you will also have the option to promote it through paid advertising – this is when things really get good – you can target the job post at people who have the skills the job requires!

 

Individuals on Facebook can subscribe to get notified of new job postings on Facebook and they can also use the ‘Jobs on Facebook’ search tool where they can search for jobs by location, type and Industry. They can apply on PCs and mobile phones.

 

Once you job post is live you will be able to track and review applications, contact the applicants and schedule interviews through Facebook Messenger.

 

Interesting stuff eh? If your business is looking to recruit then why not give Facebook Jobs a go!

 

For Advice on Facebook Jobs join our Marketing Advice Centre.

 

If you would like training on how to use Facebook For Business please visit our Facebook Workshop page.

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