You can create a new job or manage existing jobs from Organization administration -> Jobs or via the Excel add-in. The more information you register, the easier it is to create positions later.
You can also copy jobs from another job or create from a template, information will be copied over to the new job.
The sections in a job is:
- The General tab has name, short description of the job, a dropdown with the title the job gives, what the full-time equivalent is, and the maximum number of positions. Can you create just a specific number of positions based on this job, or should it be unlimited.
- Description is a textbox where you write the description of the job.
- Job Classification is where you set the function (f.eks. mid-level manager, professional, excecutive etc), job type (are used to classify similar jobs into categories. Job types, like job functions, can be assigned to jobs and used to set up and implement eligibility rules for compensation plans. Can be full-time or part-time, annually or hourly) and job family.
- Compensation contains all information about how the job should pay and the level it should be on.
- Skills is the section where you can add the skills needed for this job and the level you need for it.
- Certificates is where you register the certificates they need or should have for this job.
- Tests contains the tests the job requires.
- Education says what type of education you should have for this job.
- Screenings is the section where you set what types of screening is required.
- Job tasks describe the basic tasks that a worker in a position for that job must complete. The same job task can be added to multiple jobs, and positions for those jobs use those job tasks.
- Areas of responsibility is the last section and is the section where you register what responsibilities this job has, it’s used to indicate the work roles, processes, and products that a worker in a position for that job would be responsible for.