A job post is like an ad; it needs to rise above the noise. With 20 unique job blocks, and 1000s of variations, your job posts will always stand out from the competition.
Introducing your team shows the humans behind your company.
Show people where they'll be working. Travel plays a part in choosing a job.
Show images of your office so people can see what to expect.
Imbed podcast episodes or other audio to inspire your people with your creations.
Give people a more
in-depth look into your culture with video.
Playlists let people know how their music tastes align with the team.
Let people know what tools you're using to create great work.
Great company perks get people excited in a way that numbers never will.
Combine text and image for a modern job post that fits your brand.
Show people what goes on behind the scenes with a live Instagram feed.
Break up text and inspire people with a big, bold and beautiful quote.
Show people how well you can express yourself in 280 characters or less.
Created award-winning work? Share your triumphs with job seekers.
Your list of clients lets people know the caliber of work you do.
— Alexander Klöpping, Blendle
Whether you're a visual designer, recruiter or creative director, anyone can create a career page, customise beautiful job posts and tailor apply forms. Already have a career page? You decide what parts of Homerun you use.
A Medium-style content editor that requires no tech skills. What you see is what you edit, and get. You can even create your own template.
Add your custom fonts so job posts and applications forms are both beautiful and on brand.
Freedom of design with custom padding.
You have full control over your color palette.
Get the information you need from candidates by asking the right questions.
Your career page and job posts perform great on any device.
Although variations run into the millions, we've created three example pages that show you how much is possible with one Homerun Live Editor.
“The Homerun Live Editor is very user friendly. Never knew it was this easy to create attractive, professional job posts.”
Dick Vulto, Product Manager