ApplicantStack and Google for Jobs
ApplicantStack has integrated with Google for Jobs to make finding the right candidate even easier.
ApplicantStack and Google for Jobs: You can now automatically push your jobs to appear in Google for Jobs. Google for Jobs is a new job search engine powered by Google and is a job search tool which boosts the exposure of your job listings to help you attract more relevant candidates to your roles. Job seekers can search for and apply to open positions directly from Google search. Google’s advanced technology makes it easier to find jobs that are a good match for what you’re looking for in your next position. It is similar to how Indeed pulls job listings from many different sources.
How to post to Google for Jobs in ApplicantStack
When using ApplicantStack, simply go to your jobs launch page and select “Google for Jobs” here:
Simply continue as you would with any other job board included in your ApplciantStack account.
How can candidates find your jobs on Google for Jobs
When a candidate searches for a job in Google, they can easily select apply with “ApplicantStack”
and they will be directed to your ApplicantStack job board where you can track the candidate in your workflow, communicate with them right from your ApplicantStack portal, & hire the right candidate!
Please note that Google does have full discretion of what they place in their feed. By submitting your job through ApplicantStack, there is no guarantee that your job will post on Google for Jobs.
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