Advertising the Position
The goal of your ad is to attract attention and get qualified individuals to apply for the position. But before you advertise your open position, have a clear idea of what you want to communicate. Your first step begins with your job description and using key elements of it to create an appealing ad. Begin with a concise statement that you can expand on – depending on space and cost.
Posted in Employment Practices on Sunday, May 15, 2016
Tips for Writing a Job Posting
Whether you advertise online or in print, there are several things your ad should include.
- Job title – this should clearly identify the position
- Company information – provide an overview of your practice, services you offer, and why it’s a good place to work.
- Job description – give the reader an overview of the responsibilities.
- Requirements – list desired experience and education needed for this position. Differentiate between necessary and preferred qualifications.
- How to apply – can they apply online, should they mail or fax a resume and cover letter?
Sample Chiropractic Job Postings
Front Desk (Control Station) Chiropractic Assistant
Busy chiropractic office seeks (full-time/part-time) assistant. Clerical and computer skills necessary. Duties include greeting patients, collecting fees, scheduling appointments, data entry, and filing. Must be people-oriented. Willing to train the right person. Call (_________) between (hour) and (hour) ONLY or fax resume to (_________).
Busy chiropractic office seeks (full-time/part-time) person to assist doctor with patients. Basic office skills required including basic computer skills. Must be enthusiastic and have a positive attitude. Call (_________) between (hour) and (hour) ONLY or fax resume to (_________).
Busy chiropractic office seeks (full-time/part-time) person for third-party billing. Must be organized, with experience in billing and collections and strong computer skills. Call (_________) between (hour) and (hour) ONLY or fax resume to (_________).