During Google’s May 2017 I/O Conference, CEO Sundar Pichai announced the company was introducing an improved job search experience to help people find jobs more quickly and efficiently using Google Search. Now when people search for jobs on Google, they’ll see an immersive experience (desktop or mobile) for exploring jobs from across the web, with tools to refine a search to meet their unique needs. This enhancement to Google Search promises to connect the right employers with the right candidates at a scale few companies can deliver.
To optimize this new search feature, Google is partnering with many sites including job boards, applicant tracking systems, aggregators and direct employers. Today, we’re excited to announce that JazzHR has partnered with Google to show your job listings prominently in relevant job-seeking search results, highlighting your job listings to exactly the people that will find it most relevant. We’re committed to helping your company maximize its recruiting reach, and with Search now streamlining the job search experience on Google, more qualified candidates will have easier access to your postings.
Job seekers will have access to detailed information about each of your jobs, so they can find the opportunity that’s right for them. They’ll see at-a-glance details about your posting, such as the job title, location, whether it’s full-time, part-time or an internship, with the option to click and learn more. When a job seeker is ready to apply, Google will redirect them to your company careers site to complete the application process.
The great news is there’s nothing for you to do in order to get your jobs on Google Search. As of today, all current and future qualified jobs will be syndicated to Google automatically, and the new job search experience will be available to the 1.2 billion people who use Google Search every month. Once candidates start finding and applying to your jobs, you can identify those who’ve applied through this channel when their Source field contains “Google Search.”