- Company agrees not to post job openings for any sister companies or divisions that go by another name. All posts on Companies account will reflect positions that the company is directly hiring for.
- Company agrees not to include references to external application forms or application methods within job postings on Professional Truck Drivers United.
- Professional Truck Drivers United does not allow ghost posting. The Company agrees to only post jobs for current open positions.
- The Company agrees not to target all freight types within job posts on Professional Truck Drivers United if the Company will not actually be hiring drivers to work with the freight types.
- No offensive language or offensive material may be used within job posts on Professional Truck Drivers United.
- Professional Truck Drivers United allows no more than 5 duplicate job posts for positions that are targeting the same driver type, freight type, and location.
When posting jobs, we encourage you to share as much information as possible but the following fields are required in order to be filtered out to our partner job board aggregators such as Zip Recruiter, Monster, Jobs2Careers, etc.:
Job Title – For keyword search purposes, we encourage using the type of freight type and driver you’re looking to hire in the title along with the location as well as any other enticing information that would encourage job seekers to click on your job postings. The title should be short, informative, and motivate candidates to click for more information!
If using the Job Wizard, remember to utilize the ‘Dynamic Content’ drop-down menu options to make each title unique! (Since the Job Wizard will automatically create multiple posts from one campaign, it is very important to use ‘Dynamic Content’ to make sure each post is relevant & unique)
Short Title – For our less sophisticated job board aggregates, we created the ‘short title’ feature within the Job Wizard, which allows you to create an extremely short, keyword oriented title that will ensure that your posts are directed to the correct audience on other job board searches. ‘CDL-A Truck Driver’ is a great example of a short title – no extra fluff needed.
Zip Codes – For maximum exposure, it is in your best interest to include zip codes for relevant cities. If it’s not entered, you are missing opportunities to receive more leads. (If you’re entering multiple zip codes, remember that one zip code will automatically target a 75-mile radius around that location. If posting jobs via the Job Wizard, utilize the “visualize” tool after you save the campaign to see exactly where you’re targeting and delete out any overlapping zip codes)
Solo/Team – If your job post is tailored to solo drivers or team drivers, make sure you are selecting ‘Solo’ or ‘Team’; however, if the posts could be targeted to both, make sure you select the ‘Both’ option – this will help maximize your campaign
Driver Type – If your job post is tailored to specific driver types, make sure you are selecting this driver type, or selecting multiple driver types, whichever applies
Freight Type – If your job post is tailored to a specific freight type, make sure you are selecting this freight type, or selecting multiple freight types, whichever applies
Description – Provide a unique, well-written, and detailed description of the job. Try to include keywords to help your jobs populate in more searches through our aggregate partners.
If using the Job Wizard, remember to take advantage of the formatting bar at the top of the Description box to make it look neat and tidy! Also don’t hesitate to utilize the ‘Dynamic Content’ drop-down menu in the formatting bar to add that unique information to each post within the campaign
Requirements – Provide a detailed list of the requirements you have for the applicants for that specific job campaign. Remember to take advantage of the formatting bar at the top of the Requirements box to make it look neat and tidy! Also keep in mind the ‘Dynamic Content’ drop down menu in the formatting bar can be used in this section.
If using the Job Wizard, remember to take advantage of the formatting bar at the top of the Requirements box to make it look neat and tidy! Also keep in mind the ‘Dynamic Content’ drop-down menu in the formatting bar can be used in this section as well.
Do not instruct applicants to apply to the job post via phone, email, or any other means. Interested job seekers will apply to your post directly on our site and you will receive their information as soon as they click “submit.”
If you are in one of the plans that provide you with a unique tracking phone number (Enterprise, National or Core Plus), we encourage you to add this phone number into your job posts. This number automatically re-routes to the recruiting phone number on file for your company, but allows us to better track the activity that is being sent your way because of our site or job posts specifically.
Job postings are automatically refreshed every two weeks in order to keep this site very low maintenance on your end. It is in your best interest however, to get in the habit of regularly posting new and current jobs if you want to achieve maximum results.
Another thing to keep in mind: Filling out as much information as you can on the Company Profile will help to rank your job posts slightly higher on our job boards.
The above guidelines are based on the results of our most successful clients. Start posting jobs immediately to increase your chances of receiving direct job applications!
Jobs that don’t meet quality standards may be subject to review and/or adjustment. Listings that prove misleading, compromise the job seeker experience or those which AllTruckJobs deem not representing a “real” job may be made only selectively visible or removed from search results altogether. Please note: Professional Truck Drivers United retains the right to edit or remove any job if we feel it is in our interest or our users’ interest.
If you have questions about these guidelines and how they affect your recruiting needs, please e-mail email@example.com.