You can post your job from drafts and templates.

Tap on "+" sign in the right bottom of "Jobs" screen. You'll see the list of templates which you can use to post a job. Open the template, start reviewing and filling out the information. Or apply filters in "Jobs" screen and search for jobs in Draft status. Tap to open it, review and update information there.

NOTE: if you want to create a template or start the job from scratch then you need to do it from web.

Step 1. Fill out the basics:

add job title, internal title, select the language of your job, add job requirements, due date, employment type, category, salary, unit and location.

Step 2. Design your own recruitment process

Tap on "Recruitment process" and build your own recruitment process here by adding/updating/deleting apps per state; adding/updating/deleting states of the process step. Apps are additional options helping you better assess the candidates, create proper communication flow with the candidates and within the team.

1. Apps:

CV app, which is a default app in Applied state. It cannot be deleted and it is not available in any other state. Here you mark the fields as required, optional or not needed. If the field is mandatory, then the candidate must provide this information while applying for a job; if the field is optional - candidate may or may not provide this information; and if the field is not needed, then candidate will not even see the field in his application form.

Other apps. Tap on "+" option available in every state and add the app from the list:

  • "Screening Questions" app - add Short Text, YES/NO and Multichoice questions. Move them from Suggested Questions, create your own questions, edit/delete questions or use all these options. Remember to mark correct answers in YES/NO and Multichoice questions. Use automatic rejection of unqualified candidates who failed to answer screening questions correclty by selecting filter automatically option (for YES/NO and Multichoice questions only). If you do not check this box for all such questions, you will need to filter the candidates manually. If you check only some of the questions, candidates will be automatically filtered based only on the checked questions.

  • "1-Way video interview" app - add maximum 3 questions here either from the suggested list or create your own questions.

  • "Interview scheduling" app - connect to your Outlook account, create the interview invitation by adding location, number of seats and time slots.

  • "Send automatic message" app - use suggested automatic message, create your own, and add files/images there.

  • "Add note about the candidate" app - use it for internal purposes within your team to make a note about the candidate progress, add files/images there.

  • "Add motimate" app - helps companies train their employees through e-learning.

Important: you can delete, update the added apps any time. You can also move the apps within the state in the order which best suits your recruitment process. It means that if, for example, "Screening questions" app comes first, then comes "Send automatic message" app, then the applicant first receives screening questions to answer and only then the automatic message. The only exception is with CV app, which will always be the first app in Applied state, because it defines the application process for the candidate. Also all the apps, except for CV app and "Screening Questions" app in Applied state, will be sent to the candidate through chat straight after changing candidates' state.

CV and "Screening Questions" apps are sent to the candidates while they are applying for a job.

2. "Move candidate forward" option: This option is available in Application and Process steps. It is always MANUAL by default. If you set it to AUTOMATIC, it will automatically move a candidate to the next state straight after he/she performs all needed actions in a previous state, if any were set up by you in that state (for example, if in the Applied state you added only "Screening questions" app, then once the candidate answers screening questions in Applied state, he/she is automatically moved to the next state).

3. Process step opportunities: This is the step where you have some more opportunities in addition to already mentioned ones above. First of all, you can update or delete the default states: change their names, change the color of the states (this color will be visible when moving candidates to the states on Applicants page). Secondly, you can add a new state here and do the same actions here as already described. And thirdly, you can change the order of the states - put, for example, Offer state straight after Applied state, and Qualified - after Interview state etc.

Step 3. Select the talent channels

Choose where you want the job to be displayed. If you choose you'll have to pay for it using your own agreement with Finn and fill out more information before it goes out. After all checks done, tap "Create and Publish job" button. The job is out on all the selected channels.

NOTE: after job is published, you can still make any changes any time there. Just open that job, tap on "..." in the right bottom corner, choose "Edit job" option and make necessary changes. After each change tap "Update job" button to make sure changes become visible to applicants.

Good luck with job posting!😊

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