Top 10 Job Boards for Barber Jobs
Are you looking for the most talented barbers around? At Choice Barber, we understand that hunting the best barber for your shop can be a trial-and-error exercise. There is no guarantee that the barber you will hire will be the best match. Unfortunately, you can’t tell until after you have hired him or her.
In your search for the best match, you will meet the good, the bad, and the ugly. To save your time, try posting your job listing on the following websites:
1. Choice Barber:
Choice Barber is the first and only website dedicated for both barbers looking for a job, and barbershops looking to hire barbers. By posting your job offering on Choice Barber your chance of success increase because you will be reaching to an audience of barbers only. We are committed to promoting your job listing on our social media channels, where it will reach thousands of brilliant barbers who are eager to start working with you. Choice Barber is built by and for barbers, we understand the industry better than anyone. Make it your first stop when looking to hire a barber for your business! We don’t sell your information to third parties.
Indeed is one of the largest job search engines in the world where you can reach thousands of hairdressers. Indeed for Employers allows you to post a job for free and setup email alerts for particular skill you are looking for. So, whenever a job seeking barber post his or her resume you’ll get notified that you have a match. The interface is stripped to the bare essentials, so there’s no clutter when you are posting your job and looking for the right candidate.
LinkedIn is a unique social network for professionals where you can A) post a job and wait for the applications to pour in. B) Manually search for the right talent and reach out based on what you see on their CVs. Once you post a job on LinkedIn, it will automatically reach for the skills and titles that you specify without you having to interfere. LinkedIn also offers a free premium month so you can give it a “test-drive.” If you like it you can keep using it, if not, you can cancel anytime. This tool is quite useful when posting a job.
One of the longest standing classifieds website and also a good place to start hunting for your next barber. You just need to post your job descriptions and wait to see who will apply. Use Craigslist when you are looking for something specific and don’t expect thousands of applicants. You can skip posting your company’s name if you want to post the job “discreetly.”
When you are recruiting a barber, ZipRecuriter is worth your time since it allows you to post your job on more than 25 boards. You can manage the candidate within the platform and even put filtering questions to your job posting so inquirers would answer them before you decide to interview them. It also has a massive searchable resume database which allows you to search for the right candidate. You can also customize your job posting page so it would fit your company’s branding.
If you are just starting your barber’s hunt, Jobs2Careers is a great place to start. In essence, it is a website that collects job postings and resumes from other job search engines and presents them under one umbrella. The platform is easy to use and makes managing applications and candidates much easier. You can also create a board where you can post different jobs. However, be mindful that your information will be used to send you promotions from third-party websites.
CareerJet is another giant jobs search engine with millions of visitors worldwide. One of its best features is the Web Publisher program, which allows you to integrate CareerJet’s search capabilities on your website, allowing job seekers to find employment right from your website. If you want to reach millions of barbers, you will have to give CareerJet a shot.
Monster is one of the earliest jobs search engines and therefore it’s a valuable resource for career education. It will provide you with information on how to recruit the best talent, and the platform itself has everything you need to hire the best barber you can find. From the initial job post to interviewing to finally engaging, Monster will help you through all the steps. Unfortunately, it is easy to lose your way on the website because of the bust website design. Monster.com is unique in that it doesn’t collect job posting from other websites.
For employers, Glassdoor.com, more than anything, is an excellent reputation management tool. It allows you to build a positive image of your company before you even start hunting for your barber. If your business is registered on Glassdoor.com, you should always strive to respond to employee reviews and improve your company’s image. You can also register a free Employer account and start posting your jobs to reach heaps of potential candidates for your barbershop.
Are you ready to receive a large list of qualified barbers? SnagAJob is here to help especially if you prefer to hire hourly employees. SnagAJob is another large jobs search engines that you don’t want to miss. However, unfortunately, there have been some complaints about unsolicited sales pitches associated with SnagAJob, so be very careful when inserting your information.
Hiring the best barber is not an easy task. However, posting your job on one of the above websites or all of them will make it easier for you. Remember that patience is always the best policy when you want to get the best match for you barbershop, as the next barber you hire could make or break your business. It’s guaranteed that you will receive tons of phony applications, so get your BS detectors up and running. We highly recommend that you use Choice Barber for your next hire, but of course, it is just us.
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