This article is about posting jobs through your Employer account. If you want to know how to post a job for free, see How do I post a free job?
Click on the “Menu” button in the upper left corner [#1], and then "Post a Job or Volunteer" [#2]. From here, you can choose to post a job to one of your company locations or to a company location that is not a part of your Employer plan (note that job posted outside of your Employer plan are free but will not receive the same promotion or features that Employer jobs get). Click "Post to one of your StreetSmarts locations" [#3] to continue to the job posting tool.
If your account is connected to multiple companies, you will have the option to choose which one you are posting to [#4]. If you only have one, just click "Next."
If you are managing multiple company locations, you can select which location to post the job to [#5]. If you only have one location, just click "Next."
The next page will allow you to set the title of your job posting [#6] and the method you want applicants to use to apply [#7]. We recommend giving your job posting a clear and concise job title (you will be able to add a description on the next page). For more information on viewing applications, see How do I see my job applicants? When you have set your job title and preferred application receiving method, click "Post."
The final page [#8] allows you to add details to your job post, including the employment type, a description, job requirements, job preferences, company culture, and an expiration date. When a job reaches its expiration date, it is automatically hidden from public view (but it is not deleted). When you have finished adding the desired information, click "Finish" to post the job. All job posts are subject to review, so there may be a delay between when you submit the job and when it is made public.
For more information on how to see the status of job postings, see How do I know if my job posting is visible to the public? To learn how to edit an existing job posting, see Can I edit my job postings? Additional information on how to write good job postings can be found in What should a good job posting include?