To recruit candidates who speak any language other than English, a best practice is to post two jobs — one in English, and one in the other language. This is the only situation in which it is acceptable to create two job postings for the same position. Read more about job posting best practices here: Indeed Best Practices.

In addition, when you're looking for candidates who fit a specific set of criteria, it's a good idea to recruit with the help of your existing bilingual employees (More info: How do I utilize the employee referral program?) and post your job to external job boards, especially ones in the language you want the candidate will be able to speak. Those who have the most success in hiring bilingual candidates don't wait for bilingual candidates to find their jobs on the major job boards, they seek out bilingual candidates. Learn more about posting your jobs to external sources: How do I post my job to outside sources (such as Craigslist, Facebook or local colleges)?

Some employers may wish to hire only those who can speak a language other than English. If this is the case, you might not post a job in English at all. When posting a job in another language, ensure that the job title, description, and prescreen questions and answers are all in that language.

You may wish to create a special job template or custom prescreen library in the language desired to save you time when posting jobs in this language. Here is more information: