Job Posting Templates are used along with contingent types to standardize the job posting creation process. At least one job posting template must be defined before job postings can be created. They contain the default values and information fields that appear when a job posting is created.
Templates include such information as rates, supplier distribution lists, and specific rules that need to be applied to related job postings. The manner in which they are configured depends on an organization’s procurement workflows.
Job Posting Templates must be selected before a job posting can be completed. They determine much of the information that is needed for the specific position being posted.
When a user creates a job posting, a template is selected and much of the information is defaulted.
When used in conjunction with Contingent Types, Buyers can set up rules and determine the fields that are visible on job postings for specific contingent labor needs. WorkingNet, for example, can create separate templates to use when hiring network engineers, programmers, accountants, or factory workers. Each template would be configured for the specific position required.
At least one job posting template must be defined before job postings can be created.
Detailed information on configuring and using Job Posting Templates is available in the Contingent Certification Learning Journey.