Job offers will remain open until you close the job manually or until the job closes automatically after 6 months. You will continue to be billed until the job is closed. You can republish your work at any time after it closes. LinkedIn posts expire one month after they are published, so the creator of the ad decides not to extend the deadline or the employer chooses not to.
In other words, whether the employer will continue to consider it or not has nothing to do with whether the position has already been advertised. We'll look at how to post a job on LinkedIn using different methods and explain how to increase your chances of finding the right candidate by posting on several job boards with a single offer. There's no inherent technology for LinkedIn that automatically reposts a new job, but recruiters can redesign a job any time after it closes. Just like on Facebook's Jobs tab, you can use your company's news feed to share your job offers from your career page.
Any such activity related to this job offer will also appear in the news sources of members connected to LinkedIn, further increasing their exposure. They are visible to candidates who are actively searching for a job or viewing a company's LinkedIn page. Readers can add a comment and tag the names of other LinkedIn users who might be the perfect fit for the job. With this feature, you can post a job and set an average daily budget that will be spent based on the number of views your job offer receives.
For example, a job can be used to post 20 or more jobs, and you have the flexibility to modify, renew, or close each job offer at any time. Because someone forgot to delete a job posting when they covered it, job ads are pre-activated with an automatic expiration date. You should keep it open and active after you close your job offer on LinkedIn until it closes. I recently received a notification on LinkedIn about a job I applied for and that my resume has been downloaded.
Posting the details of a job in the LinkedIn news feed opens the way to communication with your most engaged followers and their networks. In other cases, the organization may need to continue posting job offers for a specific time on a job search site. To get the best value for money when posting a job on LinkedIn, you'll need a LinkedIn page for your company. I thought I'd share with you what I've received as an employer so that when you apply for positions on LinkedIn you'll know exactly what information LinkedIn provides to the employer.
The work (which was published just 4 days ago) on LinkedIn will say “candidates are no longer being accepted”.