Enter basic information about a job

Enter basic information about a job

Step 1 of the Post a Job, Edit a Job, or Duplicate a Job wizard is to enter the basic job information on the Job Info screen. The selections you make here affect later wizard steps, as well as applicant activities.

  • Required fields are designated on-screen by a red asterisk *.

  • At any point, you can save your work by selecting Save & Finish Later (if posting a new job) or Save & Preview (if editing an existing job posting). You will need to come back later and finish the wizard. See Finish a job posting left in the Drafting state.

To enter basic job information

  1. On the  Jobs page, find the job posting you want to edit and select Edit, then select Edit for the Job Info section.

  2. Enter the Job title.

    Type a brief but specific title that accurately describes the job. As you type, any job titles you entered in the past will appear, and you can select one that matches that job. Avoid using internal jargon for the title, as that may confuse job seekers and not yield good responses.

  3. Specify the Job location.

    • For an on-location job, enter at least the city and state.

      This information is used to find job seekers near the job location.

    • For a telecommute/work-from-home job, select the check box and then select the appropriate option, such as Fully remote.

  4. Under Job type, select one or more check boxes that best describe the job, such as Full-time.

  5. From the Minimum experience drop-down list, select the appropriate option, such as Entry level.

  6. Under Salary, do one of the following:

    • To enter a salary range, select Salary Range and then enter the low and high ends of the range and select the period, such as per year.

    • To enter an exact salary, select Salary and then enter the salary and select the period, such as per year. To set an hourly rate, enter the hourly salary and select per hour.

  7. When ready, select Continue. See Enter the detailed description of a job.


Last updated: August 17, 2021
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