A job posting is the official advertisement of an open position for which the company is actively seeking a new-hire.
Job postings can be made internally by utilizing company bulletin boards or announcement forums. This allows current employees to move around within the company and bid for the position prior to it being opened to the general public. Internal job postings are what is traditionally indicated by the term. Publically-advertised job postings can be found on websites, online job boards or staffing agency availability lists. Postings are traditionally written by the human resources department and include details regarding qualifications, hours and pay. They may also describe the work environment or where the new hire would fit into the current company structure.
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