On the network, the teaser will be visible when you choose a highlighted exposure. It will look like in this example:

Display of a job description teaser

The main three points to keep in mind when writing a teaser:

  1. Elaborating on the value that you present for the candidate.
  2. Adding a few more details about the job.
  3. Keeping the teaser short and sweet (you can use max 175 characters).

In case you need some inspiration, we have collected a couple of examples from job postings for different roles within various areas:  

Example #1: Internship / Finance

How would you like to help shape the future of international banking? The Oslo-based Corporate Banking Team is looking to hire a top performing individual into their Corporate Banking 2014 Summer Internship Programme.

Example #2: Graduate Programme / IT

By joining the Graduate Program, you'll play a huge part in our international growth. You'll get the opportunity to visit our San Francisco headquarters, where you’ll learn more about our product, users, and culture.

Example #3: Entry-level job / Supply Chain Management

You will be part of our planning team consisting of 7, reporting to the Planning Manager. Your primary goals will be to ensure accurate forecasts and to deliver valuable input to the central production planners.

Example #4: Student job / Agriculture

In the department for agricultural production, we now have an open position with a duration of 2 years, with the possibility for prolongment.  We are looking for a colleague with strong competencies within the field of domestic animals.

Example #5: Entry-level job / Consulting

We are offering a limited number of places to young professionals with management potential and a commercial mindset. Starting in September 2014, our intensive programme will position you for an immediate managerial role within operations, customer partnerships and strategy.