Wow. This really makes me want to do business with him... not! I don't think I'd even go bowling with a buffoon like that, let alone let him talk me into a job, never mind hire him to hire other people.
Well, okay, maybe if he does a really good job of it. But no. I'm going to change the name of the technology involved, but other than that, the entire text of what showed up in my email feed of the group was:
The Dude posted a job: Senior COBOL Developer – 100% Telecommute
Luckily for him, LI automagically extracts a little bit of the text from the URL, so it wasn't entirely devoid of detail... but it may as well have been! All the extract said was:
So all we see from clicking through to LI is that it's full-time and salaried. We still have to follow it further to see decent details. The guy couldn't even be arsed to copy some basics into the post. As you loyal readers well know, one of my pet peeves is such information-hoarding, making candidates waste undue time finding out whether the job is even suitable to apply to... and in my experience, in such cases it's usually not.
So, tip to all recruiters out there: not only should you be every bit as professional, informative, etc. as you demand we candidates be... but also make sure your associates are as well, before delegating to them.