There's a lot of competition for top engineering talent out there. Companies are increasingly eager to hire new talent from a relatively small pool of candidates. It's tough to get noticed when your company's jobs are up against so many others. So how do you make your open positions stand out? The key is to think about your job descriptions as actual advertisements designed to get engineers excited about working for your company!
In this chapter, we'll cover:
A simple framework that will vastly improve every job description you write
What to emphasize to get engineers interested
How to avoid common mistakes when writing engineering job descriptions
How and where to promote your vacancy