You can customize your job board settings and security to make sure it's being used the way you intend it to be used and by the people you've allowed to use it.
In this article, you'll learn how to:
1 Go to Security Profiles
Click your name on the top right of your screen and choose Administration. Click Security Profiles in the Administration menu. A page opens listing the profiles on your site. You might have an Administrator's security profile, a Regular users security profile, and a Job Posters security profile. Users are added to profiles, and the profile a user belongs to determines what they have permission to access.
Click the shield icon for the Job Posters security profile. The list of permissions opens on a new page. Select the Job Board category in the Permissions menu. One of the permissions you'll see is "Post Jobs" and its turned on so that the job posters on your job board can post jobs.
2 Manage who can posts jobs
If there are users you want to add to this profile, scroll to the top of the Permissions page and click the Membership button. Click the Users tab. Start typing in the name of the user in the "Add" field and select it when it shows up in the drop-down. If you aren't sure of the name, click Advanced Search to filter the users on your site and find the one you want to add.
3 Allow internal job posts
Click Settings in the Administration menu. Another menu shows up beside it. Scroll to the bottom and click General under the Job Board category. You'll see a setting called Internal Jobs. If you want job posters to have the option of posting internal jobs, make sure this switch is turned on .
Now when posting a job, there's an option to make it internal. If you want to make the opportunity public later on, just edit the job and turn off the Internal switch. We'll walk you through creating job posts step by step in the last article of this guide.