To be able to post jobs to a job board, a user needs the following:
Have the correct permissions assigned
Be associated with one posting profile at minimum
To post a job to a job board through Recruiting Posting, proceed as follows:
Select the job to be posted to a job board.
Post the job externally.
Access Post and Manage Jobs and select the posting profile.
Select a job board.
Complete job-board-specific fields.
Review the job posting information and post the job.
Select the job to be posted to a job board
From the Job Requisitions page in Recruiting Management, hover over the job and select Job Postings.
Post the job externally
Post the job externally first, so that a career site URL is generated.
Select the posting profile
From the posting profiles that the user has access to, select the appropriate one for posting this job.
Depending on profile selection, a list of job boards will be available.
If the user is assigned only to one profile, this screen will not be available.
Select a job board
This page allows a user to select all job boards where the job should be posted. Remember that a user has to have posting profile assigned and only those job boards are available, that are connected with that specific posting profile.
General activities on this screen are as follows:
Progress track on the top of the screen
Number of credits consumed based on the job board selection displayed on the top-right corner
Posting profile change on the top-right corner (for example, the user does not have a job board available where the job should be posted)
Favorite Job Boards: If a Favorite list has been created earlier, a user can retrieve the selection to the current job board selection
Save my selection option on the bottom-right corner to add a set of job boards as a favorite selection. The user should first make a favorite job board selection and then select the Save my selection option and name it (frequently used to make favorites by job function, such as Engineer, Sales, Management, and so on).
The Job Posting page has several major sections:
List of available Job Boards: Full list of the job boards that are associated with user posting profile is displayed in this section. A free job board has green crossed $ sign next to the job board.
Some of the free job boards might require posting credits to post the job after a certain number of free postings were used. Those job boards require at least one job board configuration in the Configuration tab (same as for a paid job board). A paid job board has a yellow box with the number of credits available.
Job board details are available by selecting the dots next to the job board name. Check if you have a sufficient amount of the credits and how many credits will cost posting for defined duration. Credit information is calculated based on information stored in Admin Center → Manage Recruiting Posting → My Job Boards → Contracts. If information entered in this section is incorrect, job board credits will be calculated inaccurately. This will impact not only the posting process but also the results displayed in Advanced Analytics reports.
If the job board is already selected and the user is able to clear it, the job will not be posted to this job board. This job board is marked as pre-selected in Recruiting Posting settings.
If the job board is already selected and the user is not able to clear it, the job will be posted to this job board. This job board is marked as a mandatory job board for this posting profile in Recruiting Posting settings.
If the job board is available and not selected, the job is marked as available in Recruiting Posting settings.
These settings can be updated in Admin Center → Manage Recruiting Posting → My Job Boards → Posting Profiles & Groups.
A job board is grayed out if there are no more credits available or no configuration is active for the posting profile.
Job Boards languages: It is possible to post job requisition in different languages. These languages have to be enabled in Provisioning and job requisition has to be created in these languages.
A few job boards allow a user to post one job in several languages at the same time (for example, LinkedIn). That means you can select all available job requisition languages in the job board selection step if they are supported by the job board and complete the posting form in each set language. Most of the job boards allow several languages but job requisition can be posted in only one language at a time. The list of available job board languages depends on which languages the job board handles.
School Job Boards: In this section, the user finds the available school job boards that are associated with the user’s selected posting profile. Schools are tagged in the Recruiting Posting backend, depending on the type of job they accept to broadcast. For instance, some schools will post jobs on the alumni network only; others will handle all job type distribution. Select the distribution channel you want your job to be posted on among the following types: Alumni, First Job, Internship-Apprenticeship.
Complete job-board-specific fields
Review and complete information in this section as requested. Information in the common fields are sent to all job boards that were selected in the previous step. They are same for all job boards selected in the previous step. Job boards might also have fields that are specific to each of them. Therefore, this information needs to be completed separately for each job board selected in the previous step.
A user can choose to view only the required and auto-populated fields by selecting the Display required and filled fields option on the job posting page.
Review the job posting information and post the job
Review the available information and make sure that it is correct. If anything needs to be updated in the future for the job posting, the customer might be charged additional job board credits, depending on the contract with the job board.
The URL displayed is the career site page where the job requisition is hosted. When selecting the Apply button on the Job Board page, candidates will be redirected to this particular URL. It can be the Recruiting Marketing career site URL or the Recruiting Management career site URL, depending on the technology used to build the career site.
To post the job, click Submit in the bottom-right corner. Once the job is posted, you are redirected to the job posting page in the Recruiting section. Note that it is not possible to see if the job was posted with Recruiting Posting when you are on the Job Posting page of Recruiting Management.
A recruiter can easily identify candidates that have applied for the job through job boards in the Candidate Source column.