It’s already done for you! All of your public job posts are automatically scanned by Google, which means your job openings will show up in the Google for Jobs search results (only for jobs based in countries where Google for Jobs is active).
What is Google for Jobs?
Google for Jobs is a search tool developed by Google to help job seekers find their perfect job. It allows visitors to search for jobs, and filter results by location, job type, date posted and more. To offer this data, Google “scrapes” the information in your job posts. This means Google scans job posts, filters relevant information, and adds it to the Google for Jobs database. Google will automatically find new jobs, and remove jobs that are closed, or switched to private.
Optimizing your job posts for Google for Jobs
Data like the job title, job type, description, and the location address is automatically added when you publish a job post. This information is added to the job post itself, but also to the actual code of the job post. This helps Google to scan the jobs better. You can even add a salary indication and the expiry date to the code of the job post. This extra information will help candidates filter the results on more data.
Note: jobs that were published before Google for Jobs launched need a small update to show the job location address. You can read more about how to do that in this article.