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Revision as of 13:48, 25 December 2012

When you access the job menu for the first time or soon after you configure your system, you see a screen like this:

First Time (No Jobs)

It provides two options:

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Add New Job

With this option, you can add jobs one by one; this is the best option if you have ONLY a couple of jobs to add.

General Requirements

General Requirements

Copy from existing job

This will show you a blank dropdown if you are creating your first job. If you have created job(s) before, just copy a previous job to create the new one. This is very useful if you are creating a job for the same profile again.

Job Title

The title of the job is limited to 200 characters

Designation

This is a designation for the job requirement. If you do not have any designation in the dropdown list or you’d like to create a job with a designation not available in the dropdown, just select ‘New Designation’ from the dropdown to create one. You can also create,edit and delete designations from Manager-> Master Data -> Designation.

Brief Description

Candidates while applying will review this brief description of the job. A clear and concise description is suggested, and it must be under 500 characters

Industry

This is industry for which you are creating a job. This is important only for the recruitment agency version. For business, you may select your default industry. If you don’t see it in the list, you can create a new one by selecting ‘New Industry’ (First option) from the dropdown.

Functional Area

This is a business area or functional area, used to match candidates for this job. You can create a new record by selecting ‘New Functional Area’ from the list.

Detail Description

A detailed description for candidates to review details about any Job. This may include a job profile, incentives, business, etc.

City

The city for the job location

State

The state for the job location

Country

The country for the job location

Contact Name

If you like to provide a contact name with job details.

Contact Email

A contact email address to go along with the job details.

Phone No.

The phone number for candidates to call about a job (Or do you mean for recruiters to call candidates?

Next

Click on the “Next” button if you have added all required data marked with *. If you miss any data you get an alert message.

Cancel

The cancel button will cancel all data entered and will redirect you to the previous screen

Additional Requirements

Additional Requirements
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