Not only will spelling errors stop job seekers from finding your vacancies when searching with keywords but they can immediately put the perfect candidates off. Take the time to double check your job titles and descriptions and use spell check!
Obscure Jobs that you can’t understand
You might think you’re being original and creative but what’s the point in making up a job title that no one will search for, let alone understand.
3. Sandwich Artist
4. Global Filtering Analyst
5. FHM SALES… Fun + Hard Work = Money!
‘Spam-y’ extra words
You think it makes the job look more attractive but it makes the vacancy look a bit ‘spam-y’ and will often appear lower on job board results pages.
6. NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED! Sales / Marketing & Customer Services
7. No Experience, No Problem – Immediate Start in Sales
8. Fantastic Opportunity for a Front of House Manager – Beautiful Seafront
Sell your vacancy within the description not the job title. The title should be simple and to the point, making it as easy as possible for candidates to find the role.
9. Only The BEST Internal Sales Staff require.
10. AMAZING NEW BUSINESS, General Manager needed, TWICKENHAM, Surrey