Overview of Categories, Positions, and Pages

Last Updated: Aug 19, 2016 01:34PM EDT
Categories, positions, and pages play a vital role within applicant tracking. If you are new to the product, consider reading this article first to understand how they coincide. 

Once you understand how each of these functions, you can create your categories, positions, and pages for both applicants and employees.


Creating Categories and Positions

Let's focus on applicants first. An Administrator uses categories to allow applicants to view job postings. The Positions further define jobs into job types and help applicants find positions that best suit their abilities. 

For more information on creating categories and positions, click here

If you are not yet familiar with creating a job posting, read this article as well! 

Editing Categories and Positions

Once you create your categories and positions, you may occasionally need to edit information associated with these listings. 

Click here to learn more about editing your categories, or click here to learn about editing those positions! 

Creating/Editing Pages

Now that you have categories and positions, you can create and manage application pages. For more information on creating, managing, assigning, or removing pages, click here!

By now, you probably realize that pages are associated with job postings based on the selections with the Manage Application Pages. Click here to understand how these correlate and how you can add pages to a specific job posting. 

Categories, positions, and pages are all dynamic tools within the system, and you must understand how each work in unison with the other. Take time to work through each article link, and consider how these applications can assist with your individual, district's needs.