Assign a job
In the Jobs module of your Back Office, you can, as an administrator, assign jobs to other admins by clicking on the "More" button and then on "Assign the job" on the right.
Select the name of the person you wish to assign the job to, then click on "Assign the job". The job will appear in the tab "My offers" of their account.
Warning: this does not generate an email notification to the person to whom the offer has been assigned.
Assigning a job is useful when a job has to be validated by a third party, for example a faculty member. It can also be useful to indicate who has validated the job, without impacting the users and the recruiters (this option can be useful if several admins are validating jobs).
When a job is assigned, a tag with the admin's name appears below the title of the job. You can also find this info in the "Verified by" column of the CSV export.
Please note that when a job is created manually it will will automatically be assigned to its creator.
Tag a job
In the Jobs module of your Back Office, you can, as an administrator, tag private jobs. This means adding additional criteria to specify them. These tags are defined before the launch of the Career Center and can be changed at any time.
To tag a job, just click on "More" next to the job and then "Edit".
You can then select the desired tag(s).
Duplicate a job
In the Jobs module of your Back Office, you can duplicate jobs as an administrator. Click on the "Details" of your job.
Click on "More", then "Duplicate". Then you just need to modify your job and create it.
Republish a job
In the Jobs module of your Back Office, you can republish archived jobs as an administrator. This can be useful if the position has not been filled yet.
Just click on the "Archived" tab and then on "Publish again" on the right of your job.
Then, you can create the job and activate it to make it visible to students. The created job will be a new job.
From their Back Office, recruiters can also republish a job without having to create it from scratch again. This job will be subject to validation.