Looking at recruiting through a marketing lens is a powerful way to go from raising job awareness to signing job offers.
Email is a great way to promote your district’s opportunities and turn passive job seekers into eager job candidates who want to apply.
Plan a series of emails over the course of the school year to grow interest in your district and encourage newly graduated teachers to apply for positions.
A strong employer brand is your organization’s best recruitment asset. A good reputation will draw people to your organization, even when you’re not actively recruiting.
If you want to get as many eyeballs on your job as possible, post the job position on multiple platforms and online sites – and watch your application numbers increase.
Put the power of connections to work and make social media a driving force of your recruitment marketing strategy.
Career fairs are excellent opportunities to promote yourself and your brand, meet candidates face-to-face and create a lasting impression.
You’re investing time and money to attend a career fair – so follow these tips and make it count!
Find out where newly certified teachers who were trained outside of BC completed their education.
Your current employees can be your best ambassadors! An employee referral program is a great way to encourage your most enthusiastic employees to promote your organization.