Careers Page Main Board setup and settings

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Once these initial configurations are set, admin users may begin the process of personalizing the Careers Page.  

  1. From the Careers Page Editor, select the Careers Page to be personalized. 

  2. In the Social Name field, enter the Careers Page name as it should appear on external job boards. 
    1. This section allows you to edit your company name which will appear on your jobs for external job boards

  3. In the Primary Location field, insert the URL from the company’s career page. 
    1. This is where the URL of your careers page is entered
      Note: if you should ever change the location URL of your Careers Page, you will need to update this field to reflect the new URL. This field is required for a job posting to work.

  4. To allow Talent to apply through Indeed.com, toggle the Allow General Apply with Indeed switch to On. 
    1. Allows candidates to apply with their LinkedIn profile if they don’t see a particular job that suits them.

  5. To allow external viewers to share job postings via social networks, toggle the Social Share Widget to On
    1. Displays a widget that allows viewers of the jobs on your careers page to share the job on various social networks.

  6. To have an apply button visible at the bottom of the Careers Page, toggle the Show Bottom Page Apply button to On.  

  7. To include the job URL at the bottom of the job description, toggle the Show Job URL button to On.  
    1. Include the job URL at the bottom of the job description

  8. To allow Talent to submit general applications if there are no specific jobs to which they would like to apply, toggle the Allow General Apply button to On
    1. Allows candidates to apply (submit their resume, contact info, etc.) even if they don’t see a particular job that suits them.

  9. From the General Apply Selection, Job Board Style & Layout, Default Workflow, and Localization & Language drop-down menus select the pre-configured option to apply to the Careers Page. 
    1. Choose the language you would like to apply to your job board

  10. Set how talent will be checked for duplicates for applicants using this Careers Page. In the Duplicate Check Field, select Email, Mobile, or Either Mobile or Email.

    1. Email - Talent email addresses will be reviewed when they apply to see if that email address is already in your Avionté database.
    2. Mobile - Talent mobile numbers will be reviewed when they apply to see if that email address is already in your Avionté database.
    3. Both - Talent email addresses AND mobile numbers will be reviewed when they apply to see if either the email address or mobile number already exists in your Avionté database.
    4. Use Last Name in Duplicate Check - You may also choose to look for a "Last Name" match in addition to the duplicate checking method selected. With this option selected, a new profile will be created if someone applies with the same Mobile/Email but the last name doesn't match. This will prevent profiles from being merged incorrectly, and having to go back to fix the data points which were updated.
    5. Use SSN in Duplicate Check and select Last 4, Last 6, or Full SSN - You may also look for a Social Security Number match in addition to the duplicate checking method selected. 

      1. Full SSN:  When the full SSN is added to your duplicate checking method, it will take priority over the other duplicate check data points.  This means if the SSN does not match, but other criteria does match, the new applicant will not be considered a duplicate.  When the full SSN is a match with existing talent, that will always be considered a duplicate.  When an existing talent does not have an SSN on their record but is a match to the other duplicate check data points provided by a new applicant, this will be considered a duplicate.
      2. Last 6 or Last 4 SSN:  When these are added to your duplicate checking, they add another parameter to your duplicate checking process.  For example, if your setup is "Email" and "Last Name" and "Last 6 of SSN", then all three of those items will need to match for a duplicate to be identified.  If an SSN is not yet on a talent profile, but the other data points provided by a new applicant match an existing talent, again, this will be considered a duplicate.

  11. Select an option for the Duplicate Criteria Setting. This defines if the criteria "Any" or "All" are met before an applicant is considered a match to the existing talent in the system.

     

    1. Any - the system will find duplicates more easily; any of the chosen criteria will be used by it to detect duplicates.

    2. All - a more strict setting that will only find duplicates when all of the chosen criteria have been met. Use this to avoid false positives. 

  12. Set up the Application Verification options if desired. This allows you to set more restrictive duplicate checking than the default.
    Duplicate Checking and the Application Hard Stop Option

 

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