Presentation on theme: "Welcome to the… Applicant Tracking System Tutorial for Hiring Managers."— Presentation transcript:
Welcome to the… Applicant Tracking System Tutorial for Hiring Managers
How to set up a User Profile to access the system What the Hiring Process entails & how to apply it How to create new & replacement requisitions How to view internal & external candidates for your assigned positions What we hope to teach you from this presentation…
Becoming a User All Hiring Personnel are required to set up a user account to create or access postings referencing their departmental areas.
What will I need to start the Recruitment Process? Approved job title and job description from Compensation Department Supervisors name & position number Name of additional department contacts (if any) Additional questions you may want to ask applicants (i.e.; skills needed to perform job). Note: Please remember to contact your Human Resources Recruiter assigned to you, to discuss recruitment needs for your area.Human Resources Recruiter
How to create a requisition? To start recruitment for a new or replacement position, click the Create Requisition from Template link.
View Active Postings To view applicants for a particular posting, simply click the view link under the position name. Once you are logged into the system you should see active positions that you have available in your area.
View Pending Postings Once you submit a position for approval to Human Resources, you can check on the status of your posting by simply clicking the View Pending link.
View Historical Postings Selecting the View Historical Postings link, lets you access all positions that you have recruited for and provides you with a position posting history.
End Process When you are done with posting of a position or the viewing of applicants, please always remember to log out of the system.
For questions regarding: Posting a position. Finding job titles and job descriptions. Questions about this presentation. Please contact the Human Resources Department at (713) 500-3130 Questions?
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