Search Jobs

  1. Click "Jobs" on the left menu.

2. Type a Job's title, or associated tag, in the search bar in the top left corner to search for that Job.

View Jobs

Quickly find get an overview of the status of each job. Adjust the columns to quickly find the data you need.

Select and unselect the columns to customise the overview.

  • "Candidates": see the number of candidates that are in each Job.
  • "New candidates": see the number of new candidates for each Job.
  • "Department": see which department hiring per Job.
  • "Location": quickly understand the locations that belong to each Job.
  • "Languages": see in which language(s) each job post is in.
  • "Tags": view Jobs based on tags.
  • "Qualified": understand the number of qualified candidates applied per Job.
  • "Disqualified": understand the number of disqualified candidates applied per Job.
  • "Followers": see who follows each job.
  • "Open Time": see how long each Job has been open for.
  • "Create date": see how long ago each Job was created.

Reorder Jobs

1. Click "Jobs" on the left menu.

2. Click the "Reorder" button next to "+ New Job"

NOTE: This option will only be available if the option next to it is "No group"

3. Drag & drop the Jobs' hamburger icons to move them into the order you want.

4. Click "Finish reordering".

Group Jobs

1. Click "Jobs" on the left menu.

2. The default view of Jobs is "No group" > Click "No group".

3. Select how you want to group your Jobs.

  • "Department": group Jobs according to the "Department" field you filled out for each Job when creating it.
  • "Status": group Jobs according to their status.
  • "Title": group Jobs alphabetically.
  • "Tag: group Jobs based on associated tags.
  • "Location": sort Jobs based on location.
  • "Country": sort Jobs based on country.
  • "Tags": sort Jobs based on tags.
  • "Language": sort Jobs based on language.

What’s next?
Now you know how to create a job posting, it's time to check out how to organize your jobs departments to keep an easy overview.

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