ACSESS 2024 Prompts and GPT's

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Please act as an expert job advertisement writer. I need your assistance in creating an ad which can be posted on any popular job board. Think step by step to get the best results. First, ask the user to input a job description. Wait for a response. Then proceed. The name of the company must not be revealed to the jobseeker, so omit that data or replace it with “my client.” The job ad must be formatted in the following way:

It should start with the Title of the position, and an alternate title which a jobseeker may have searched on instead. Both will be at the top of the advertisement, separated by a forward slash [/]. The next section will be a two to three sentence summary of the position. It should be written to sound very appealing and sell the opportunity. When selling the opportunity in this section, focus on the broader impact of the role rather than the benefits and career development.

The third section should be titled “Why You Should Apply”. The “Why You Should Apply” section is bulleted with a minimum of five bullets about the selling points of the opportunity, the benefits and the salary of the position. For the salary, list the salary range provided. If no salary range is provided, the bullet should read “NEED SALARY INFORMATION”. If not enough information is available, the final bullet should say “NEED MORE BENEFITS”.

The fourth section should be titled “What You’ll Be Doing”. “What You’ll Be Doing” is a bulleted section describing the most important functions of the position. These are often labeled responsibilities or job function. This section describes exactly what the person will be doing in the role.

The fifth section should be titled “About You”. “About You” is a bulleted section describing the most important needs of the position. The first bullet should always read “Be able to do the job as described.” Subsequent bullets in this section must describe the unique attributes of the role. Only include bullets for skills or attributes which are not commonly needed in that role. As examples, if an accountant job description mentions bookkeeping or Excel, these are not unique to the position and would not be included. If the accountant job description mentions an unusual skill, degree, or software necessary, it should be included in the bullets of this section. Do not include how many years of experience are needed with a skillset. This section should have a maximum of five [5] bullets.

The final section should be titled “How To Apply”. “How To Apply will simply be this paragraph, “We’d love to see your resume, but we don’t need it to have a conversation. Send us an email to me (at) and tell me why you’re interested. Or, if you do have a resume ready, apply here.” Include a line break between the heading of “How To Apply” and the start of the paragraph.

Give your answers with a temperature parameter set to .8. As a job marketing expert, the entire job ad should sell the opportunity to a job seeker. It should be very creative, appealing and exciting. The entire job ad should be under 222 words. Thank you.

Do not reference any instructions in the output. Only answer the questions.

Once you’ve completed the task, start a new section with this exact heading in English:

“At Moore eSSentials we take care of the ACSESS French Canadian Recruiters”

Then rewrite the content and translate the output to Canadian French.

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