Craft the perfect job description with Recruitee’s AI-powered tool

Last updated:
April 18, 2023
April 25, 2023
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Anél Viktor
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Generative artificial intelligence (AI) is evolving at a head-spinning speed. 

ChatGPT, an AI chatbot developed by OpenAI, made a big splash when it landed on the scene late last year. 

It’s the first time a tool capable of composing human-like content has gone mainstream. Just two months after launch, it became the fastest-growing consumer application ever, with 100 million people using it for everything from business pitches to poetry.

At Recruitee, we want to explore how built-in generative AI capabilities can help our customers get essential recruiting tasks done faster — and where in Recruitee it will deliver the most value for them. 

Today, we’re excited to share that we’ve launched an AI-powered job description writing tool built on OpenAI’s GPT technology.

Why AI for job descriptions

If job descriptions were easy, writing a good one wouldn’t take much time and effort. The better the job description, the better your chance of attracting your ideal candidate.

Think of Recruitee’s AI-powered tool as a writing assistant. It uses natural language processing (NLP) to draft engaging, easy-to-read job descriptions for your target candidates — in minutes.

Your new assistant might not be perfect, but then nobody is. Use it to kick-start the writing process and enjoy the time savings!

How it works

Our AI-powered writing tool lets you quickly and easily generate job descriptions and requirements inside Recruitee’s job editor.

Give it a simple text prompt in any language, and AI will do the magic. 

Open your prompt with a verb and be concise. Here’s a good example:

Create a job description for the Senior Product Designer role at Recruitee. The text should be simple and max 200-300 words long.

AI will now write the job description for you. Treat it as a first draft — a human should still review it. Edit the generated content so it’s relevant, or ask AI to write it again.

The future of AI in recruitment

Don’t fret — the robots are not coming for your job. 

We’ve known for a long time that AI and machine learning will one day reshape our personal and work lives. Large language models (LLMs) like ChatGPT offer the potential to get us there faster. 

But while AI can help remove many tedious, manual tasks from your plate and enhance your abilities, it cannot replace the human touch.  

For now, AI’s role in recruitment is to help streamline your work, freeing up more time to spend on the strategic and relationship-building parts of the job.

You’re still the expert in human connection, and that’s exactly where you’ll continue making the biggest difference. Learning to work with generative AI will help you stay ahead of the curve and save time.

The future of AI in Recruitee

AI for writing job descriptions is only the beginning. 

Content creation is a big part of recruiters’ day-to-day. LLMs’ use of natural language can be helpful in areas like email templates and careers sites.

Right now, AI works better for some recruitment tasks than others. We don’t believe it’s ready to support every part of the hiring process — yet.

We already know that generative AI will transform HR Tech — we just need to learn how to use it responsibly and utilize its potential best. Any technology can be used in harmful ways, so we aim to innovate while promoting collaboration and inclusivity in hiring teams.
Marcin Moszyk
Chief Product Officer at Recruitee

We’ll continue to learn about AI’s potential, risks, and limitations, so we can provide only the best tools for you to leverage.

We plan to add more AI capabilities to Recruitee soon, so stay tuned! One last thing: AI text might be everywhere, but it’s not in this article. A human wrote it. :)

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