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Business Owners: Post Your Job Openings on Patch

If you have a job opening at your local business, take a minute and post it on Patch.

Patch is designed for you, the reader, to post information to share with your community. Patch file photo.
Patch is designed for you, the reader, to post information to share with your community. Patch file photo.
Patch loves to partner with local small businesses to make your business life easier. One way we can help is by giving you the platform and tools to post your job openings. 

Need a salesperson, a line cook, a personal assistant? Post the details of your business and job opening on Patch. 

It's easy to do! By posting on Patch, you reach thousands of our email newsletter subscribers each day. Plus it's free! 

Here are a few helpful hints for posting:

  • Make sure you include a clear title of the role, its responsibilities, and the amount of previous experience (if any) you are looking for. Are you willing to train?
  • Provide a salary range (hourly? yearly?)
  • Note the location of the position (Danbury, Trumbull, etc.) or indicate if it is a work-from-home job.
  • Provide a brief description of your business.
  • Include information on the type of job: full-time employee, contract, freelance, part-time and the hours expected. Is there travel involved?
  • Make sure you include how prospective candidates can contact you and what is involved, such as, "send a resume and tailored cover letter to xyz email address." 
Here's how to post your job opening(s) on Patch:  Sign in to your local Patch account (or sign up, it's free). Go to the "Boards" section of the page, click on "Post Something," fill out the title and add your description, click "Business Updates" and when finished, click the green "Post" button. Your job listing will appear on the site. 

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