Below are the guidelines for posting jobs on the Jooble website. These recommendations will make your job postings clear to applicants.
Direct job posting is available for the following countries: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Spain, France, Greece, Croatia, Italy, Kazakhstan, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Sweden, Slovakia, Turkey, Ukraine, Hungary, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Indonesia, Mexico, Peru, Thailand, Venezuela.
Job title and description
- The title of the job should clearly describe the position;
- Do not include multiple positions in the title of one job;
- Do not add any supporting information to the title. For example: A salesperson is urgently required → Salesman.
Job region (locality):
In the job regio, indicate the locality in which the employee will work.
If the job is relevant for several regions (cities), create several separate jobs for each of these regions. If the work is remote, indicate the region of Ukraine. If working abroad, specify the region abroad.
Keep your description simple and straightforward. This will help job seekers apply specifically to your job.
Fill in the following subheadings:
- Requirements - indicate the desired skills and abilities of the candidate;
- Working conditions - describe the advantages of working in your company so that the candidate makes a decision in your favor;
- Responsibilities - Describe the tasks to be performed.
Don't confuse the applicants.
You should not publish descriptions of multiple positions within the same job posting or publish jobs that do not correspond to the activities of your company.
Speak the truth.
Post true information about the job, including the region, responsibilities and terms and conditions of work and pay.
At Jooble, we place great emphasis on job quality and employer authenticity.
In the interests of job seekers, we trust companies that prove their status. Follow these guidelines to make it easier to verify and authenticate your company:
- the name of the company on the Jooble website must match the name of the company in the document confirming the registration of the company;
- the domain of the company's website must match the domain of the company's corporate mail.
Possible reasons for not approving job postings
Here are some reasons why your job posting might not be approved:
- the job includes prohibited or unacceptable activities (erotic services, fraudulent housework, network marketing, etc.);
- > 80% of the job posting text is written in italics or capital letters;
- in the job description, there is a list of several positions;
- there is extra information in the title of the job;
- there is no job name in the job description;
- incorrectly specified job region (locality);
Any job posting can be rejected and removed from the Jooble website without notification. We reserve the right to remove any job if it is in our best interest or the interest of job seekers.
If your job posting was not approved during moderation, the reason for its rejection will be indicated in your account. You can edit the job posting and submit it again for approval.
If you have any questions about this information, please write to us on the portal.
Rules Registration Job Postings