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  • 1.  Posting Client Job Descriptions

    Posted 12-08-2022 11:13

    We receive about 30 new Job Orders per week and would like to post as many as possible on our website.  We don't like posting our clients job descriptions verbatim and we are looking for a service that can take these job descriptions and make them more generic to help hide the identity of our clients.  Having an administrative person do this does take some time and they often are not very creative - What do other people do? 

    Gary Matura
    Matura Farrington Staffing Services, Inc

    Los Angeles, CA / 213/996/3724

    Gary Matura
    Matura Farrington Staffing Services Inc.
    Los Angeles CA
    (213) 996-3724
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  • 2.  RE: Posting Client Job Descriptions

    Posted 12-09-2022 18:06
    Hi Gary,
    At NEXTAFF we offer training on how to dissect an HR job description (or work with clients if they don't have one), turn it into a job advertisement, and optimize it for SEO purposes. Our users do this on their own, though we also have support staff to help if any questions or lack of creativity arise. I won't say that every one of the jobs that are shared is the best, (we're not a marketing specific agency by any means) but I feel our users do a pretty good job overall. The quotes we received for outsourcing were far more costly than we felt was necessary, and we prioritized that spending elsewhere. Taking the training in-house cost us far less, and I feel it elevated our jobs from D's to B's. Feel free to take a look at some of the ones we have for inspiration if you'd like. Nextaff

    Nicole Scott | Franchise Support Manager
    NEXTAFF | (913) 562-5611

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  • 3.  RE: Posting Client Job Descriptions

    Posted 12-12-2022 14:57
    Edited by Jeff Pelliccio 12-12-2022 14:58
    Hi @Gary Matura,

    I was thinking about your question to offer anything of value and besides training as @Nicole Scott pointed out and I think it might be worth investigating some tech that can help reduce labor demand. Have you considered an ai writing solution? They're not perfect and would still require your team to review before it can be published, but I do think if you breakdown the content into blocks (intro, description, qualifications, etc) it should do a decent job while reducing the amount of time people are spending in creation or overcoming writer's block.

    There are a variety out there (some better than others), but the feature you want should craft variations of existing content.

    I hope this helps!

    Jeff Pelliccio
    Founder | Allied Insight
    o: 332.282.6322

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  • 4.  RE: Posting Client Job Descriptions

    Posted 12-13-2022 21:34
    Edited by David Searns 12-13-2022 21:34

    Hi Gary,

    Building on Jeff's idea, I tried entering one of your jobs, for a Litigation Legal Secretary, into ChatGPT to see what it could come up with. If you have not tried out this chatbot from, it's pretty amazing. See below for the job post the AI bot wrote for this job. Now, this is completely generic, but it could be a good starting point to augment client-specific information provided to your recruiters. And if nothing else, watching the AI write a description is pretty amazing!

    Prompt to ChatGPT: write a job description for a litigation legal secretary


    A litigation legal secretary is responsible for providing administrative and legal support to attorneys in a litigation department. This individual is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the litigation department and assisting attorneys with preparing and filing legal documents, scheduling court appearances and meetings, and conducting legal research.

    The ideal candidate will have experience working in a legal environment, preferably in a litigation department. They should have strong organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple tasks and deadlines simultaneously. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are also essential in this role, as the litigation legal secretary will be expected to interact with clients, other attorneys, and court personnel on a regular basis.


    • Provide administrative support to attorneys in the litigation department
    • Assist with the preparation and filing of legal documents
    • Schedule court appearances and meetings
    • Conduct legal research
    • Manage the day-to-day operations of the litigation department


    • Experience working in a legal environment, preferably in a litigation department
    • Strong organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple tasks and deadlines
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
    • Knowledge of legal terminology and procedures
    • Proficiency with computer programs and databases commonly used in the legal field

    Now if AI isn't quite there yet, you might also look for an offshore VA or a recruiting assistant. Happy to refer a couple of companies I know that can act as an overseas PEO for you, if you are interested.


    David Searns
    Haley Marketing | 888.696.2900

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