We’ve made it easy to post a job on veteransjobhub.com

We want to make it as easy as possible to post a job with us, as well as  getting your job listing as much visibility as possible. 

On this page you’ll find a number of guides to assist you in listing your job.

If you have questions about hiring veterans we have a number of guides here that will answer some of the most frequently asked by employers. 

Bulk Uploads: Uploading Job Listings using our CSV.

Uploading job listings in bulk can be a time-efficient way to post multiple jobs. This guide will walk you through the process of using a CSV file to upload job listings with all the essential details we need to list your jobs.

Step 1: Prepare Your CSV File

First, download our CSV file here in a spreadsheet program like  Excel or Google Sheets. Ensure it has the following columns: Job Title, Job Description, Job Location, Job Application (email or URL), Company Name, Company Tagline, Company Website Address, Company Twitter Handle, Company Logo URL, Company Video URL, and Job Type.

Step 2: Input Job Listing Data

  • Job Title: Enter the official title of the position.
  • Job Description: Provide a detailed description of the role and responsibilities.
  • Job Location: Specify the location of the job, including city and country.
  • Job Application: Insert either an email or a URL where applicants can apply.
  • Company Name: State the full legal name of the company.
  • Company Tagline: Include a brief, catchy statement about your company.
  • Company Website Address: Provide the URL of your company’s website.
  • Company Twitter Handle: Add your company’s Twitter username.
  • Company Logo URL: Link to an image of your company logo (ensure this is publicly accessible).
  • Company Video URL: Include a link to a video about your company or the specific job (if available).
  • Job Type: Specify whether the job is full-time, part-time, contract, etc.

Step 3: Save and Export

Once you have filled in all the information, save your document. Ensure to export or save it as a .csv file.

Step 4: Uploading Your CSV File

  • Log in to the employer section of your job posting platform.
  • Look for an option like ‘Bulk Upload’, ‘Upload CSV’, or similar.
  • Follow the on-site instructions to upload your CSV file.

Step 5: Review and Publish

  • After uploading, review the job listings for any errors or omissions.
  • Once satisfied, confirm and publish the job listings.

Simple Tips for Creating a Successful Job Posting on VeteransJobHub.com

1. Use an Accurate and Searchable Job Title

The job title is the first thing a veteran candidate will see. It should be precise, reflecting the nature of the job and the level of expertise required. Avoid any jargon and overly creative titles that might be confusing or not commonly searched. For instance, use “Technical Support Lead” instead of “Tech Support Guru.” This ensures your job posting appears in relevant searches and attracts suitable candidates.

2. Include an Emotive Introduction

Start with a compelling introduction to grab attention. This should highlight what makes the position unique and desirable to any veteran. Convey enthusiasm and pride for the role and your organization.

An emotive introduction sets a positive tone and encourages potential candidates to continue reading. Mention key aspects like innovative projects, team dynamics, or the impact of the role within the company.

3. Describe the Ideal Candidate You’re Looking For

Clearly describe the qualities of your ideal candidate, including both hard and soft skills. Mention specific qualifications, experience levels, and personality traits that would make a candidate successful in this role.

This helps potential applicants assess if they are a good fit, reducing the number of unqualified applicants and increasing the likelihood of finding the right match. Remember, veterans don’t want fluff. They want clear information front and center.

4. Tell Your Company Story

Provide a brief background about your company, this could include things like highlighting your mission, values, and culture. Share achievements, milestones, and what sets you apart from competitors. If you currently hire veterans share this here too.

This section helps candidates understand your company’s ethos and envision themselves being part of your team as a veteran. A compelling story can significantly increase the attractiveness of the job and your organization.

5. Provide a Clear Outline of the Responsibilities of the Position

Detail the key responsibilities and daily tasks of the role. Be clear and concise, giving candidates a realistic preview of what the job entails. This clarity helps manage expectations and attracts candidates who are genuinely interested in and capable of fulfilling the role’s requirements. Again, and without sounding like a broken record keep it simple and clear.

6. Provide a List of Requirements

As you’re hiring veterans list the necessary skills, experience, and certifications you require. Be specific about what is required and what is preferred. We want to be able to provide you with great applicants and not waste time, so this will helps filter out candidates who don’t meet the basic criteria.

7. Include Company Benefits

Don’t be afraid to share the salary. There is nothing worse than applying for a job without knowing, and getting through to a first stage interview only to find out that the salary is too low. Detail the benefits that come with the position, such as health insurance, retirement plans, professional development opportunities, work-life balance initiatives, or unique perks.

This is an opportunity to showcase why your company is a great place to work and to differentiate yourself from other employers.

8. Break Down the Application Process

Outline the application process step-by-step. Include information on how and where to apply, documents needed, application deadlines, and any follow-up steps. A clear understanding of the process reduces confusion and frustration, making it more likely that interested candidates will complete their applications.