Learn about configuring the job requisition template.
As a consultant, one of the key steps during the implementation process is configuring the recruiting templates to the design agreed between the client and you.
Zones of the XML Template
After the customer has completed their workbook and defined the requisition (or requisitions) that they want to use in their instance, you can start to build the XML template.
In this section, you learn how the XML template is structured, and how to construct the necessary fields. You also learn how to assign permission to your recruiting users, and the foundation for enabling some of the recruiting features that make this tool so efficient.
There are 10 sections, or zones, on the Job Requisition Data Model (JRDM) template that are used to construct the requisition.
The Zones of the XML Template
|Zone 1 — Meta Section
|Defines the template name, supported languages, template ID, and minimum posting dates.
|Zone 2 — Field Definitions
|Used to present and gather data about the position in a company's requisition. The company needs to define these fields for this to work.
|Zone 3 — Field Permissions
|Defines which roles can read or write to the requisition fields.
|Zone 4 — Button Permissions
|Makes buttons accessible by roles.
|Zone 5 — Form Section Names
|Defines section names.
|Zone 6 — Listing Layout Fields
|Determines which fields are made available as tokens in the Job Description.
|Zone 7 — Mobile Fields
|Establishes which fields are available on mobile devices, if mobile requisition approval is required.
|Zone 8 — Offer Letter Fields
|Defines token fields on the offer letter templates.
|Zone 9 — Assessment Scale
|Defines the Interview Assessment scale.
|Zone 10 — Feature Permissions
|Creates permissions for additional features. For example, Interview Assessment, Offer Letter, and Multi-Stage application statuses.