Recruitment Videos

The 'Job Carousel' Template

Have more than one open position? In this format, you can showcase all of them at once.

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About this template

This is a collection format for all (or some) of the positions you’re looking to fill. It's excellent format for your colleagues to share on their social media channels and also great marketing by showing that you are expanding and growing. On top of that, it's easy to produce.

How to get started

This is a step-by-step guide on how you use this template to write your year in review video script.

Find your story

In your recruitment ads. Pick all or just a couple of them.

Find your assets

For the first part of the video, use a relevant stock image/video clip, preferably something from your office environment. For the second part, use branded content.

Produce it

Once you’ve picked which jobs to showcase, go to the recruitment ads. Use the essential info for each position and make a “list of jobs.”

Create your video script

Available Jobs Headline

You want to be “inclusive” in the headline and mention as many of the jobs in the video as possible. Use a subtitle to inform of any specifics. Use a relevant stock image/video clip, preferably an internal one from the workplace.


Headline: “An engineer, a CFO, and a Sales Rep – that’s what we’re looking for right now.”

Subtitle: “Here a the positions we are looking to fill in September”

Available Jobs Headline

Job Section

Use a text field as a headline for the job listing. Include just the job role or create a title with a little more information, like “Experienced UX designer wanted for our Madrid office.” The main text field can be used for more information - most of the time, you can take it straight from the job ad’s intro. Use a relevant image/video clip per section or combine them with a workplace-specific image/video.

Job Section

Career Info

Refer to your career site or specific ad and make sure to suggest that you are looking for all types of talent. 


“This – and many more opportunities – at [Organisation]”.

Career Info


Include a standard message for the outro, if needed. Or just use a simple logo ending.


Looking for something else?

There is a lot more templates here for you. Take a look around and find one that suits you. Or you can find all the templates in Storykit.