Get the basics right
That’s right – first things first. Ensure that your grammar, spelling and punctuation are correct. If it helps you, ask a colleague to read over your listing before you post it.
Be clear about the location
It’s useful to include the suburb or town that your vacancy is in. If it’s close to public transport or has features such as free or subsidised parking, make a note of this too. This way, job searchers can eliminate roles that aren’t suitable. It saves everyone time.
Outline essential requirements
For roles that have particular requirements beyond those that are understood as part of the job title, outline them. For example, a Practice Manager may need to travel between two sites. Or a General Practitioner (Family Physician) may be expected to supervise and teach junior doctors or medical students.
Be clear about how you want people to apply
If you want people to call you, then include a phone number. If you only want to receive email responses, include your email address and note that you only want to receive inquiries via email.
If special qualifications are required, outline them in the description
For example, if only a Vocationally Registered General Practitioner will be considered for the role, then make this clear.
Make it clear if overseas candidates are eligible to apply
Some countries, such as Australia and Canada, allow foreign trained candidates to work in their country if the satisfy certain requirements. This process general takes at least a few months from the time that a candidate applies for a role to when they can start working, so it’s worth considering this as part of your staff planning.
If only job searchers registered to work in the country that you’re based in can apply, say so. If candidates from overseas are eligible to apply, make this clear too.
Tell your friends!
Once you’ve created your listing, it’s worth forwarding the specific jobs board URL of the listing to colleagues and friends who might be interested in the role. Good jobs boards should send you a confirmation email when a hyperlink to your listing, so you can simply forward on the email.
Need more help?
If you’d like assistance creating your listing, it’s worth contacting the company that runs the job board. If they’re keen to get your listing, they should be happy to help you create great copy.
All Jobs Health is an Australian-based online jobs board for healthcare professionals. It lists jobs for doctors, nurses and healthcare administration and management professionals. All Jobs Health can be accessed at http://www.alljobshealth.com.au
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