If you cannot find the answer to your question searchable below, don't hesitate to contact us.
Are you a job seeker? View the Jobs Seeker FAQs
Posting a job opening on Craft Beverage Jobs is easy! First register as an employer here. After registering you will receive an email containing your username and a brief message.
When registering your employer profile you have the option to make the profile private. If you plan to post anonymously this is the safest route.
When registering your employer profile you have the option to make the profile public. If you choose public you can add details about your organization, add a logo, and even provide a link back to your site.
Once your listing is submitted, it will be reviewed by our staff before being approved / activated. Typically this will happen within the hour.
When registering as an employer or posting a job my email address is requested, will this be public information?Your email address is required to register and to list a job, however that information is not visible on your listing unless you choose it to be. The Craft Beverage Jobs portal/dashboard does accept resumes on your behalf and allows for employers to manage candidate submissions through our website / dashboard. If you elect to use the employer dashboard to manage your applications you will receive an email notification each time a candidate submits a resume / application.
Posting a job
To list a job anonymously, an employer will simply need to either keep their profile private when posting jobs or create an anonymous profile when registering.
Editing your published listing is easy! Once your logged in navigate to your active listings page. Click on the listing you would like to update and edit away! Just remember to save your edits.
We recommend uploading an 400 X 400 jpg/jpeg or png file to ensure the best results.
At this time we do not.
We encourage employers to make their job ads clear and concise. You can easily organize your position’s responsibilities and requirements with bullet points, numbered lists, and other formatting tools we have available. It can be helpful to add benefits, salary range, and perks to make your job more appealing, but it is important to stay on message. Job descriptions that are too extensive and detailed can result in unqualified candidates because requirements can be easily overlooked. On the other hand, jobs that are too ambiguous and vague can discourage candidates from applying because there’s not enough information about the position.
The best title will be short, sweet, and to the point. A few, specific words relating to the position is all you need! Remember: Job seekers may be searching any/all keywords related to your position. You might even consider creating a few job ads with different titles to cover all search options. Also, add any/every keyword you think applies in the title and/or job description. Be sure not to include extraneous symbols, your company name, or a web address in your title. These additions are often flagged by our job board partners.
It's always beneficial to place your job under the largest metropolis within roughly 25 miles from where the job is. This assists with search algorithms and gets you higher up on the search pages. You can always include: 'Actual Job Location: ____' in your job description if you're worried about misrepresenting your official office location.
An example of a good format for your job description might be: 1) Brief overview of the position, 2) Overview of day-to-day responsibilities, 3) Requirements that must be met in order to apply. A few questions you might consider addressing in your job ad: is this position full time or part time? Is this position entry level or is experience required? Also, a job seeker is more likely to apply if they can get an idea of pay structure and benefits. Specific numbers aren't necessary, but why not include whether this is a Salaried or Hourly position? Or if there are any health insurance benefits? Free coffee? Mileage stipend? Etc.
The length of your job ad will be a case by case decision but we normally recommend you keep your job around 3-5 paragraphs. A few sentences won't communicate the full spectrum of the job and several paragraphs can seem overwhelming or time consuming to job seekers. Think like a job seeker: Would you want to read a novel? Would you be comfortable applying to a job that is only a sentence or two long? What pertinent information are you looking for in the job ad and how much length is necessary to communicate it?
Hiring Company Description
Use it! This is a great place to communicate your company history, goals, and practices without cluttering up your job ad with them.
Never miss us!
Receive Craft Beverage Jobs Posts via Email