Managing Job Boards in your community
How are others managing job boards in their community? I have a category for open roles with our clients. However, I'd like to clean it up on a quarterly basis so folks don't miss the post date and try to apply to something outdated.
Curious how others handle this, delete them? Move old ones to a private category? Update title to Closed?
Thanks in advance!
@kmonteiro Curious, does anything point specifically to the job posting on your community? For example, if you post the job on LinkedIn, are you linking to the Community's job board, or to your site's job postings page?0
I have bi-weekly calls with our HR team and get new offers to post and check which ones can be closed.
The ones that can be closed get a reply/comment from the HR person saying something in the lines of
Thank you very much for your applications and interest in joining our team.
I am happy to announce that we found the candidate for the position and we have closed it. Check out our new jobs here: LINK
We look forward to receiving your application again and don't hesitate to contact us anytime.
After that, I move the job-post (aka topic) into a board called "Filled positions" which´s a private board to keep the job board clean.
Thanks and best,
Thanks @Esther99 our job board houses jobs from all different companies (our clients) so I'm not able to check on the status of each (unless i looked them all up online).
I like the idea of moving them to a hidden category to keep things clean, but also have historical data on roles we've posted.