You wrote a job posting for your open position,
but will it attract the right candidates?

Tell people you’re hiring and the perfect candidate will show up… right?

Unfortunately, hiring doesn’t work that way.

The best candidates are only applying to the positions that appear to be the right fit for them.

In many cases, poorly written job postings are hiding great opportunities.

Is your job posting helping candidates see that your opening is the right job for them?

Let’s find out through a Job Post Audit

What’s included with the audit?

A thorough review of your existing job posting to learn what’s working and what’s not working.

The audit is recorded and provided to you in video format.

One 15-Minute call to discuss your audit results, get feedback on changes, and ask any questions you have about the hiring process. 

You’re only a few steps away from having a job posting that attracts your ideal team member.

Step #1

Purchase your Job Post Audit and, if needed, finalize the job post you want reviewed. 

Step #2

Submit your job posting through the provided form. 

Step #3

Receive a video audit of your job posting within three business days. 

Step #4

Have your 15-minute call to discuss the audit and your hiring questions.

Small business hiring, Jamie Van Cuyk, Growing Your Team

Meet your hiring expert

Jamie Van Cuyk is a hiring strategist who helps high-performing business owners learn how to hire like a pro.

After leaving a successful corporate career to follow her entrepreneurship dreams, Jamie quickly learned that many business owners had no or minimal experience hiring employees.

With ineffective teams being one of the top reasons businesses fail, Jamie felt inspired to help companies overcome this challenge and succeed.

Today, drawing from her over ten years of leadership experience, Jamie teaches her clients how to master the art of hiring.

On a personal side, Jamie lives in St Petersburg, FL, with her husband and two daughters, loves to travel, is a home winemaker, and enjoys exercise that takes her feet off the ground, including rock climbing and aerial dance.