Ever wonder if you pushed a job listing to an external job board, but you couldn’t remember for sure?
When you click the clipboard icon (see arrow in image above), you will be able to see where you’ve pushed a job listing. Here is an example of the ad tracking detail, below:
If you accidentally push the job to the same job board within a 30 day time frame (or 60 day if specified), you will be given an option to cancel the posting where you see the “Remove Posting” link listed in the screen shot above. Simply click “Remove Posting” on the posting that has yet to be added to the job board. This will help to keep your system from getting confused.
What if I want to make changes to a job posting that I have already pushed to an external board?
- Automatic Update Boards: If you pushed your job listing to Indeed and/or CareerBuilder, or any of the boards listed in the below "Automated Job Board Feeds" image (either box below), any edits you make to the job listing within the ATS will automatically post to those two external boards automatically without any further action on your part.
- Manual Update Boards: For all other external job boards available for selection within the ATS, job postings are manually posted by our Job Post team. So, for example, if you previously pushed a job posting to Monster, and then realize that you had a typo in your job description a few days later...then once you make the edits to the job listing in the ATS, it will NOT automatically update to your external Monster ad. In order to get your Monster ad (or any other external board BESIDES Indeed and CareerBuilder or the Automated Job Board Feed options listed in the image above) updated, please do one of the following:
- Log in to your external job board and make the correction/changes from within that job board's portal;
- Or, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the details and we will make that change. With this option, however, please note that we will only do this in the first 30 days of a job posting if the update is due to a major issue such as a typo and/or misinformation.