When your job is ready to be posted/launched to your public job board, your internal job board, and/or third-party job boards (such as Glassdoor, Google For Jobs, Indeed, JuJu, LinkedIn Limited Postings).
...Wait! What does "ready" mean?
Your job is ready to be posted when you have done the following:
- Created the job with a unique job ID - see Creating a Job for more information
- Added a complete job description - see How to write a Job Description for more information
- Attached any optional pre-screener questions and/or application for employment - see Creating a Questionnaire for more information
- You have changed the job status to "Open"
Once you have done all of the above items, you are now ready to post your job.
From the jobs Launch tab, select "Edit Launch Status":
Then select/deselect any of the job boards listed on this screen, then select "Next":
See Setup - Job Boards - Public & Internal for more information about your public and internal job boards.
The following page is extremely important!
This is what gets sent to the third-party job boards!!! The job title on this page will be what the job boards use for your posting. This title can be different from the ApplicantStack job title used when you originally created the job. Make sure to follow the guidelines listed on the page to ensure your job will not be rejected by the third-party job boards!
Make sure to include only one location for the job. If your job has multiple locations, you will need to create a job for each location.
Note: Some job boards such as Indeed might want to charge you for location blasting. Location blasting is posting a job for free to multiple job locations. Contact your Indeed representative if you have any questions.
Then choose "Next" for the Confirm and Submit page:
When posting your job(s) from ApplicantStack to any of the third-party job boards in this section, you are submitting a legitimate job which follows the individual job board rules and requirements. ApplicantStack will post the job(s) on your behalf but we can't guarantee organic placement on sites like Indeed. Typically these sites only include jobs from Direct Employers in their organic feed. All new clients are subject to a review period which could delay your initial posting.
Once you hit "Submit", your job will be instantly available on your public job board and internal job board (if those were selected) and can take anywhere from a few hours to a few business days to appear on the third-party job boards.