iHire announces the launch of its Job Ad Builder, an intuitive, step-by-step tool that allows users to create modern job postings in less than five minutes – helping them attract top talent faster. Now available to registered employers, iHire’s Job Ad Builder is ideal for small and mid-sized businesses and busy recruiters with minimal time and resources for writing a compelling job posting.

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Accessible through the recruitment marketing platform’s job posting flow, iHire’s Job Ad Builder walks users through each piece of their job ad, including company mission and culture, position duties and requirements, salary, benefits, and EOE statement. Along the way, the tool provides tips and suggestions for optimizing every section – the builder recommends skills, offers “plug-and-play” examples of role responsibilities, and even pre-populates areas of the posting if the employer has an iHire Company Profile.

As recruiters input the information, they can see their ad built in real-time. They may also edit or update the posting after it is created, as well as run it through iHire’s Job Optimizer tool to ensure it contains sufficient keywords and details to rank high in search results.

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“Writing a job ad that attracts qualified applicants is a time-consuming task, particularly for small businesses and hiring managers with competing priorities or little to no experience crafting effective job descriptions,” said Steve Flook, iHire’s President and CEO. “Our Job Ad Builder addresses this common frustration by helping employers develop modern-looking job ads that follow industry best practices. In just a few simple steps, employers will better position themselves to hire the right talent, especially amidst today’s competitive and challenging recruitment climate.”

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