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Creating a Job

Create your first job post and learn how manage active posts.
Your first job post is the most important post, because this is the first impression professionals will have of your company. So don't be shy, and let your organization shine.
All you need to be succesful is make sure your job post includes the following:
  • Title
  • Location (City, State, Country)
  • Type (Full-time, Part-time, Contract, Temporary, Internship)
  • Description (What is the role about? What will the employee be doing? What will they be responsible for?)
  • Requirements (What should the applicant ensure they're equipped with?)
  • Results Desired (What results/achievements are you looking for in prior experience?)

Definitions & Terminology

Below is an example of a job post on Clarify, you can use this as a guide for setting your own job post.
Field
Content
Title
Title of the position you're hiring for.
Location
City, State/Province, Country, the position is located in or Remote, if you offer flexible work arrangements, like WFH (Work From Home).
Type
Indicate whether the position is Full-Time, Part-Time, Contract, Temporary, Volunteer, or an Internship.
Seniority
Indicate whether the position is a Intership, Entry Level, Associate, Mid-Senior Level, Director, Executive, or Other level.
Experience
Indicate what experience level the role requires.
Remote Friendly
Indicate whether the role is Remote friendly or not.
Featured
Indicate whether the role is Featured or not. If set to Yes, the role will be featured at the very top of your Careers page.
Description
Provide a detailed description of the what the position entails. This is where you should place your job description.
Results Desired
What makes Clarify different is that you get to specify the types of results you're looking for. For example if you're looking for a self-starter, you'd probably ask for results centered around: "You've probably tinkered around with your ideas and built something."
Applicants will provide up to 5 examples where they've "tinkered around with ideas and built something"
The goal here is for applicants to demonstrate with data that they can yield the results you're looking for out of the position. Giving you better insights into what a candidate has done and can do, while saving you time in the hiring process from the beginning.

Example job post

Below is an example of a job post on Clarify, you can use this as a guide for setting your own job post.
Field
Content
Title
Full Stack Engineer
Location
Miami, Florida, US
Type
Full-time
Seniority
Associate
Experience
3 to 5 Year Experience
Remote Friendly
No
Featured
Yes
Description
Clarify is looking for a talented and enthusiastic Full-Stack Engineer who shares our passion for building products that truly help people launch and manage their careers.
You must feel comfortable working in a fast-paced environment and resourceful enough to manage thru a bootstrapped startup.
You will be responsible for providing key valuable insight into the technological direction of Clarify.
  • You’ve been building web applications professionally for 3+ years.
  • You have experience with front-end frameworks — e.g., React, Angular or Ember.
  • You have experience with programming languages — e.g., JavaScript, Python, Ruby, Go, C, or Java.
  • You can lead technical architecture discussions and help drive technical decisions.
  • You write understandable, testable code with an eye towards maintainability.
  • You are a strong communicator. Explaining complex technical concepts to designers, support, and other engineers is no problem for you.
  • You have a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Engineering or related field, or equivalent training, fellowship, or work experience.
Results Desired
  • You've probably tinkered around with your ideas and built something.
  • You've led a team or have been a major contributor to a cross-functional team, providing expertise and direction.
  • You've probably generated an algorithm, nothing too complex, but it's a definitely a plus if it was!
  • You've likely implemented a new feature or managed a product from A to Z.