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Detailed Job Descriptions Are Critical 

Recruiter’s main responsibility is to find the perfect employee for a company. So saying, “I need a SOX Expert with 3-5 years experience in the oil and gas industry” is not going to get you what you need! Here are a few questions you should ask yourself when creating a great job description that will reward you with the person you need.

  1. What is the jobs purpose to the department or company?
  2. What are the essential duties and responsibilities? Include all aspects of the job whether they are performed daily, monthly, or annually.
  3. If the position is a leadership role, include management responsibilities as well as how many employees this person will have reporting to them.
  4. List Education, Certifications, and Software Skills that are required.

Ask yourself next, why would the job seeker want to apply to this job? Include bonus incentives, general benefit package information, compensation range, work life balance, daycare facilities, etc. They will want to know what is in it for them. When you include detailed and extensive information, this will increase the chances of finding the perfect employee for YOU!

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