Use very short job descriptions
Short, casual job descriptions tend to outperform long, formal ones. Candidates find them easier to read, and your team will find them easier to manage.
Here is a sample JD that will outperform most long-form job descriptions.
Title : Senior Full Stack React Developer Employer : CompanyName Location : Remote, Anywhere Salary : $ 100,000 - 150,000 CompanyName is a SaaS platform that helps junior developers in remote areas of the country get hired faster through the power of hackathons. This role will help build Version 2 of our platform. We're looking for people who can make the right technical choices in collaboration with our existing team. This is a parallel build project, which means you'll be building towards feature parity with our existing V1. Speed and clean code are both of the essence, but not at the cost of good coding practices. Here's what we're looking for: 1. 5+ years of experience in software engineering 2. 1+ years of experience leading teams 3. React, Typescript and Node experience is a plus 4. Experience in parallel build projects is a plus 5. Experience mentoring junior developers is a huge plus