When you’re writing a job brief about a vacancy you’ve asked a recruitment agency to help fill, the more detailed it is, the more likely it is that the agency will be able to supply the right candidate. So to help you write a top-class job brief for your employment agency, here’s our article on writing an effective job specification!
What should the job role brief include?
Your job brief should give the recruitment agency enough detailed information to enable them to find the candidate with the best skills and personality to be a good fit. It needs to be as clear, concise, informative, and honest as possible. You need to say a little bit about your company, including any relevant information that isn’t on the company website, as well as details about the position available and a bit about who your ideal candidate is.
About your company:
About the job (i.e. information that’ll attract the best candidates):
About the candidate:
Basically, the more information you can brief your recruitment agency with, the more likely it will be that they can source the perfect candidate for you!
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