We don't like to repeat things over and over again. With career.place, you don't have to either. You can establish a series of defaulted data for your jobs. These defaults changed at an individual job level. These are the areas organizations can manage defaults on new jobs:
- Application Status Labels: Customizable statuses or tags to associate with revealed candidates. Useful to track interview status on qualified candidates being considered for hire.
- Requirements: things such as "Are you a US citizen" or "Will you accept a background check to be performed"
- Benefits: the base set of benefits available for any job in your organization
- Education & Certs: what educational degree or certifications will always be required for any job in your organization
- Languages: which language(s) and at what proficiency level(s) will be required for any job in your organization
- Hard Skills: which hard skill(s) (e.g., Python programming) and at what proficiency level(s) will be required for any job in your organization.
These fields all work the same way:
- On the top menu, click Organization Settings
- Click the Defaults tab
- Click on the Search or add your own... field in the section you wish to modify
- A drop down will appear with the common choices
- As you type, the list will be narrowed down to match your search
- Select the item in the list you wish to add
- If you wish to add a custom one, completely write it out and click the Add button
- Click the 'X' next to an item you wish to remove from the list
- Click the Job Default checkbox next to an item to ensure it will appear on any job created by default
- Use the Arrow icons to change the order of your list
- Your changes are automatically saved
- Repeat the above for other fields supported for default data