Nice work, Autodesk, for putting their hiring manager in a video on their job description for Director of AutoCAD Verticals Product Line.

The hiring manager is VP of AutoCad Products at Autodesk Amy Bunszel (an 11 year Autodesk veteran) and she answers questions from Andrew Levy, Autodesk’s Social Media & Talent Brand Manager.

Ongig shares Autodesk’s vision that the more transparent you can be about a position, including removing friction between the candidate and hiring manager, the higher quality candidates you will attract. Ongig is proud to be powering these Autodesk job pages.

In case the attached embedded video isn’t playing right, here’s the link to the Autodesk video job description.

Autodesk Video Job Description Hiring Manager  | Ongig. VP of AutoCad Products at Autodesk Amy Bunszel (an 11 year Autodesk veteran) and she answers questions from Andrew Levy, Autodesk’s Social Media & Talent Brand Manager.

Video job ads can get 5X more engagement over text job ads

We are of course biased about this subject. Ongig is the first recruiting platform that allows you to automatically insert media into every job description directly from your ATS.

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Ongig is the first ever Employer Branding SaaS — it allows enterprises to create, distribute and measure interactive job descriptions at scale. American Express, Autodesk, Intel and Yelp are among the early users of the Ongig SaaS.

Rob Kelly

Co-Founder and CEO at Ongig
Ongig transforms your job descriptions to attract the best talent faster. Ongig is a content management system that supercharges your job descriptions through video, images, pictures, chat, social sharing, microsite creation and much more. Jobs can be more easily found through Artificial Intelligence-based job search and all pages are Mobile and SEO optimized. Ongig's professional copywriting team will even rewrite your job descriptions. Early clients of Ongig include Yelp, GoDaddy, Verizon, Intel andAutodesk.

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  • I would have never expected such an approach from them – and even more interesting, while there is back and forth with privacy on video interviewing, this type of setting could really become popular.

    • Agreed, Danut. Doing video job descriptions with the hiring manager in them is certainly innovative!