Now that you've created a job and described it by adding items from Libraries, you can link it to positions in your organization.
In this article, you'll learn:
1 How it works
In your organization, you might have multiple employees performing the same job. This does not mean that you need to create the same job multiple times. We use positions to define the roles in your site. For example, you might have many positions (Benefits Administrator 1, Benefits Administrator 2, Benefits Administrator 3, etc.) that can all be linked to the same job (Benefits Administrator).
2 Go to Positions
Positions aren't set up in the Jobs module. They're managed on one of the Organization pages in Administration. Before we navigate to this page, make sure you close the More Details overlay and click the Done button on the bottom of the page to save your job.
Click the gear icon on the top right of your screen. Expand Organization in the Administration menu, and choose Positions to open the Manage Positions page.
3 Create a new position
Click the Add Position button on the top right of the page. Enter a name such as "Benefits Administrator 1", and then add the user who will fill that position. Now you can link this position to the job we just finished putting together. Enter the job title in the search bar and select it in the drop-down.
If you return to the More Details overlay on the job, you'll see the position we added is now displayed along with the name of the user. If you want this information for HR purposes but don't want all employees to see it, you can hide it from users by turning off the View Positions permission on their security profile.