Make your job postings findable with Google Search
Google Search helps users find jobs more effectively by organizing job postings from across the web into one place. This article describes how any organization can ensure their job postings are findable via Google Search.
How do I get my job postings found by Google?
Google Search can substantially increase the discoverability of your job postings - but only if the Google webcrawler can access them. There are two ways you can ensure that Google can find your job postings:
Direct integration with Google. This feature is available only in the United States. (Developer documentation)
The following example shows how your job postings might appear in search results:
Using a third party job site. Any organization can ensure its job postings are indexed by Google by posting those jobs via a third party job site that has integrated with Google.
Using a third party job site
Any organization can ensure its job postings are indexed by Google by posting those jobs via a third party Applicant Tracking System (ATS), job board, or job distributor that has integrated with Google. The sites listed below have integrated their job posting content with Google, so new jobs posted or distributed via them are eligible to appear in Search results.
- Direct Employers
- America’s Job Exchange
- Higher Education Recruitment Consortium
- Local Job Network
Note: The list of providers above is not exhaustive and is subject to change at any time. The providers are examples of sites that have integrated with Google, but are not preferred partners in any way, as this Search feature is open for any site to integrate. Ask your ATS provider, job board, or job distributor if they have integrated with Google.