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Our research with government job applicants has revealed how you can make your job posting a hit with job seekers. The fields below reflect the categories of information that job seekers ask about the most.

If you aren't able to modify your job posting to fit these categories, don't stress. Just put the entire copy into the "Position description" field and hit submit!

Your organization

We’ll tag your organization’s Twitter account when we promote the posting on social media. (optional)

Contact information

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Job posting title

What position are you looking to fill?


Any details about the location. (optional)


Any details about compensation. (optional)


In a single sentence, what would you tell someone to get them excited about this role? This is the first thing candidates will see when they're searching for jobs. (optional)
Give a little context about the organization, its functions, and any larger department that the position exists inside. Be sure to explain any relevant acronyms. (optional)
Talk about the immediate team and environment that the candidate would be working with. Include information about who the candidate would report directly to, the size of the team, and any notes about the team's recent work or accomplishments. (optional)
What projects will someone in this position work on? What are typical day-to-day tasks?
What specific skills and responsibilities will the position involve? Clearly list what the day-to-day work is like, include details or examples on the types of projects being worked on, and mention logistical requirements like travel. (optional)
Minimum qualifications should only reflect firm criteria that would prevent a candidate's application from being reviewed. Be sure to clearly describe any alternative minimum requirements that would allow persons with diverse backgrounds to apply (e.g. years of experience equivalent to years of education).
If possible, include the exact tools and technology that an applicant would use for this role. For technical roles, this might include programming languages (e.g. Ruby, Java) or frameworks (e.g. Drupal, .NET). For design roles, this could be design tools (e.g. Photoshop, Sketch). (optional)

Application link

What webpage should a candidate visit to apply or learn how to apply?


What's the last day for candidates to apply? We'll automatically hide the job posting after this date. (optional)