Hyrell - How To Build a Position

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Hyrell - How To Build a Position

  1. 1. White Paper: Getting Start with Hyrell Building a Position & Assigning Users July 2013
  2. 2. hyrell.com | 1-877-695-0194 Copyright 2013 | Hyrell Online Hiring Systems OVERVIEW: In the Hyrell Online Hiring System, a Position is comprised of 2 key components: • A Position Template (found in the Library tab) • A Location (found in the Organization tab) EXPLANATION: The Position Template is where the core attributes of a position are stored. These include: • Position Title • Description The Location allows the position template to be assigned to a specific address and/or zip code, thus creating the actual Position. The location is key to posting a position on internet job boards as it allow local job seekers find the open position. Once a Position Template has a Location assigned to it, it becomes a Position that is ready to be posted live. Remember that a Position is not advertised in public until you have posted the position. (see: ) hyrell.com | 1-877-695-0194 Template + Location = Position Getting Started with Hyrell Building a Position • Requirements • Benefits
  3. 3. hyrell.com | 1-877-695-0194 Copyright 2013 | Hyrell Online Hiring Systemshyrell.com | 1-877-695-0194 Users: Notification & Visibility Getting Started with Hyrell Building a Position OVERVIEW: Once a Position is created, you may assign Users to that specific position. This allows: • The User to see the position and applicants • The User to receive notification of applicants and communications EXPLANATION: The Position is created by combining a Position Template and a Location. This allows the Position to exist in your hiring system. If you want your Users to: • Have access to the position • View the position’s applicants • View other user’s communications relative to this position • Receive notification of Applications • Receive notification of Internal Communication • Receive notification of Applicant Communication then you need to assign each user to the position, thus granting them permission to access the Position.

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