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Job Postings are job openings that your members would like to advertise to other members and to the general public. Members may submit a job posting when logged in to the Member Information Center (MIC).  As an association staff member, you may add a job posting on behalf of a member. If you choose, you can allow job submissions by anyone on your public website.
 
Job Postings are job openings that your members would like to advertise to other members and to the general public. Members may submit a job posting when logged in to the Member Information Center (MIC).  As an association staff member, you may add a job posting on behalf of a member. If you choose, you can allow job submissions by anyone on your public website.
  
==Procedures==
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=Setting up Job Postings from the Back Office=
*[[Working with Job Postings in the Backoffice]]
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The following steps describe how to add, remove, edit, disable, and approve job posting submissions as a staff member:
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==Add a Job Posting for a Member==
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#Click '''Members''' in the left-hand menu.
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#Select the desired member from the dropdown list at the top of the page.
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#On the '''Advanced''' tab, click '''New Job Posting''' in the "Job Postings" section.
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#:[[File:new_job1.png]]
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#Complete the form in the "Job Posting" pop-up form.
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#If you do not have job postings fee set up, click '''Save & Exit'''. The job posting will be automatically approved and active based on the dates you selected. If you do have a job postings fee setup, click '''Continue''' and complete the checkout process.
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:::[[File:new_job2.png]]
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'''Note: '''Alternatively, you can access job postings for all members by clicking '''Jobs''' in the left-hand menu.
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==Remove a Job Posting==
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#Click '''Members''' in the left-hand menu.
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#Select the desired member from the dropdown list at the top of the page.
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#In the Job Postings section of the '''Advanced''' tab, select the checkbox next to the job posting you wish to remove.
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#Click '''Delete Selected Job Postings'''.
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==Edit a Job Posting==
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:'''Note: '''Job posting dates may not be changed after the transaction has been completed if charges are associated with the job posting. You may, however, disable a job posting and create another job posting with the correct dates. Charges from the first job posting will still apply unless refunded separately.
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#Click '''Members''' in the left-hand menu.
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#Select the desired member from the dropdown list at the top of the page.
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#In the Job Postings section of the '''Advanced''' tab, select the name of the job posting you wish to edit.
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#Make the desired edits and click '''Save'''.
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==Disable a Job Posting==
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#Click '''Members''' in the left-hand menu.
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#Select the desired member from the dropdown list at the top of the page.
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#In the Job Postings section of the '''Advanced''' tab, select '''Disabled''' from the dropdown list in the '''Status''' column.
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==Approve a Job Posting==
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Job postings will always need approval by a staff person if the member submits them through the Member Information Center or your public website. Notice the '''Task List''' just below the left-hand menu will indicate the number of pending job postings that need your approval. Job postings submitted in the MIC or public website will not be displayed on your public website without your approval.
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#Click '''Members''' in the left-hand menu.
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#Select the desired member from the dropdown list at the top of the page.
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#Click the '''Advanced''' tab.
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#:[[File:Job Posting.JPG]]
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#Select '''Approved''' from the drop-down list in the Status column of the desired job posting.
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An automatic email will be sent to those who have subscribed to the '''Content (deal, job, event etc.) was submitted that may need approval''' notification.  This email is hard-coded and may not be altered.
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'''Note: '''You can view job postings for all members at once by clicking '''Jobs''' in the left-hand menu. Or, to view only jobs that are '''Pending''' or '''In Cart''', click '''Job Postings''' in the '''Task List''' below the left hand menu.
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When a job posting is '''Approved''', it will display on your public website and/or in the Member Information Center (depending on how you have it setup).
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*[[Working with Job Postings in the MIC]]
 
*[[Working with Job Postings in the MIC]]
 
*[[Working with Job Postings on Your Public Website]]
 
*[[Working with Job Postings on Your Public Website]]

Revision as of 06:38, 17 August 2017

Overview

What Are Job Postings?

Job Postings are job openings that your members would like to advertise to other members and to the general public. Members may submit a job posting when logged in to the Member Information Center (MIC). As an association staff member, you may add a job posting on behalf of a member. If you choose, you can allow job submissions by anyone on your public website.

Setting up Job Postings from the Back Office

The following steps describe how to add, remove, edit, disable, and approve job posting submissions as a staff member:

Add a Job Posting for a Member

  1. Click Members in the left-hand menu.
  2. Select the desired member from the dropdown list at the top of the page.
  3. On the Advanced tab, click New Job Posting in the "Job Postings" section.
     
    New job1.png
     
  4. Complete the form in the "Job Posting" pop-up form.
  5. If you do not have job postings fee set up, click Save & Exit. The job posting will be automatically approved and active based on the dates you selected. If you do have a job postings fee setup, click Continue and complete the checkout process.


New job2.png


Note: Alternatively, you can access job postings for all members by clicking Jobs in the left-hand menu.

Remove a Job Posting

  1. Click Members in the left-hand menu.
  2. Select the desired member from the dropdown list at the top of the page.
  3. In the Job Postings section of the Advanced tab, select the checkbox next to the job posting you wish to remove.
  4. Click Delete Selected Job Postings.

Edit a Job Posting

Note: Job posting dates may not be changed after the transaction has been completed if charges are associated with the job posting. You may, however, disable a job posting and create another job posting with the correct dates. Charges from the first job posting will still apply unless refunded separately.
  1. Click Members in the left-hand menu.
  2. Select the desired member from the dropdown list at the top of the page.
  3. In the Job Postings section of the Advanced tab, select the name of the job posting you wish to edit.
  4. Make the desired edits and click Save.

Disable a Job Posting

  1. Click Members in the left-hand menu.
  2. Select the desired member from the dropdown list at the top of the page.
  3. In the Job Postings section of the Advanced tab, select Disabled from the dropdown list in the Status column.

Approve a Job Posting

Job postings will always need approval by a staff person if the member submits them through the Member Information Center or your public website. Notice the Task List just below the left-hand menu will indicate the number of pending job postings that need your approval. Job postings submitted in the MIC or public website will not be displayed on your public website without your approval.

  1. Click Members in the left-hand menu.
  2. Select the desired member from the dropdown list at the top of the page.
  3. Click the Advanced tab.
    Job Posting.JPG
  4. Select Approved from the drop-down list in the Status column of the desired job posting.

An automatic email will be sent to those who have subscribed to the Content (deal, job, event etc.) was submitted that may need approval notification. This email is hard-coded and may not be altered.

Note: You can view job postings for all members at once by clicking Jobs in the left-hand menu. Or, to view only jobs that are Pending or In Cart, click Job Postings in the Task List below the left hand menu.

When a job posting is Approved, it will display on your public website and/or in the Member Information Center (depending on how you have it setup).


See Also