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Creating, publishing and sharing a vacancy
Creating, publishing and sharing a vacancy

How to create, publish and share a job vacancy; quicksharp.

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Written by Emma Johnson
Updated over a week ago

Creating a vacancy

Head on over to the recruitment tab and select add new.

Recruitment > Open Vacancies > Add new

A vacancy form will pop up. Fill it in and click save. 

Things to note:

Publish date

The publish date relates to when you wish to share your vacancy with the world. 


Recruiters are the people who manage vacancies, typically, your HR user or line manager.

You have the option to add multiple recruiters when creating a vacancy - this is ideal for any vacancies that are to be managed by more than one individual. Recruiters will receive relevant notifications for interviews etc. on their dashboard.

If you don't select any recruiters, all HR users will automatically be assigned to the vacancy.

Vacancy tags

Our vacancy tags help you to group and keep on track of recruitment drives by department. 

Find your open vacancies under:

Recruitment > Open Vacancies

Publishing your vacancy

Once you've completed the vacancy form, click on the blue arrow to show an overview. 

Sharing your vacancy

Check twice, share once. Click on the 'eye' icon to switch to preview mode. When you're happy with the text and layout, click on the 'arrow' icon to share the vacancy. This will create a unique URL that links directly to your vacancy on Breathe.

All you need to do is copy the unique URL that was created to share your vacancy on external job sites/boards.

It is the same process for sharing your vacancy on Your company's social media accounts.

Please note: 

  • The vacancy must be published and live before your unique URL is made.

  • If you want people to apply through job sites, you can copy and paste your unique URL.

  • Currently Indeed do not allow external links to be added to any vacancies on their site.

Now onto managing your applicants. Find out how by selecting the following guide... (You're welcome.)

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