General Job Board Questions
What is the Women Who Code job board?
- The Women Who Code job board is your opportunity to connect with our community of over 100,000 engineers. We've created an experience that facilitates efficient communication between employers and potential tech employees by eliminating the subconscious biases which are often a barrier to effective hiring practices.
What Sets the Women Who Code Job Board Apart?
- We are the largest community of women engineers. Our job board specifically targets our community by taking on a minimalist approach. The application process is quick and easy, allowing engineers who may not be actively seeking employment to quickly explore potential opportunities. It also encourages companies to highlight job benefits (e.g. medical insurance, maternity leave, work from home, paid vacation, etc.) which our community has voted as being most important when considering their next employer.
What type of jobs can I post on the WWCode Job Board?
- Our members are predominantly engineers and people who participate in different parts of the development process: product, data science, analytics, security, dev ops, etc. Companies yield better results when posting jobs that meet our member's career demographics.
When will my job be removed?
- Your job will automatically expire 30 days after the job was posted (find expiration dates by visiting your dashboard).
Do you track clicks on the Apply Now URL?
- Yes. Please email companies@womenwhocode if you would like to see analytics data for your posting.
Can I get a refund?
- Women Who Code does not give refunds for any job posts or subscriptions (please see our Terms of Service).
I forgot my password.
- Please go to here and click Forgot Password? to reset your password.
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Job Board How-To
How do I post a job?
- The first step is to purchase job credits by choosing a one-time website post or one of our monthly subscription plans on our Companies Page. If you’ve already purchased a website post or subscription, simply go to your dashboard and click “Post a Job.”
Why do I only have a 141 characters to describe my position?
- Research has found that employers who include too many requirements risk losing qualified applicants that might otherwise be able to learn the necessary skills on the job. We reserve the right to edit job posts in order to make them better match the Women Who Code community (for more information, please see our Terms of Service).
It says I can either submit my email address or a job application link. What is the difference?
- There are 2 options when posting on the job board. The first allows applicants to directly email you about the job you posted. The second option is for you to list your job application link, and for applicants to apply directly through that.
If I choose to use an job application link what page should I link to?
- Please include a link to the initial application process for the position. We discourage you from posting a link to a longer job description as our research has shown that when someone clicks the Apply Now button, they are ready to begin applying for the job. Linking to a longer job description can make your post repetitive and cause people to abandon the application process.
Can I change the content of my job post?
I have a benefit (e.g. medical insurance, maternity leave, tuition, etc.) for my job post that is not listed?
What are the different plan options that are available for posting a job?
Website Post: One job post published on the Women Who Code job board for 30 days.
Monthly Reach Subscription: One job post published on the Women Who Code job board for 30 days and one promotion each month. The promotion for the Monthly Reach promotes your job in our newsletter, the CODE REVIEW, delivered directly to 40,000 members. Example job posting in the CODE REVIEW:
Monthly Growth Subscription: Three job postings published on the Women Who Code job board that will last for 30 days and one featured promotion each month.The featured promotion for the Monthly Growth plan features your job posting or company in a way that resonates with our community such a tweet to our 130,000+ followers, a featured logo sponsor placement, or a featured blog. Here is an example of a featured job placement in the CODE REVIEW:
Custom Plan: Work with us to create a custom plan by contacting email@example.com.
What is a Promotion?
- A Promotion is our way of featuring your company in a special way such as in our newsletter (CODE Review), in our blog, or on social media.
My subscription renewed, now what?
- When your subscription renews, you'll be awarded credits which can be used to post new jobs. You can create a new job or clone an existing job. After posting your job, remember to schedule your promotions.
I have job credits but am not looking to hire right now. Can I save them for later?
- Absolutely! Job credits and promotions can be used at any time, they do not expire.
How can I cancel my subscription?