Create and edit profiles to drive employer engagement and post jobs:
An employer profile can be set up with just a few basic pieces of information, which allows employers and staff to begin posting jobs. You can then choose to build upon this basic profile to create a fully developed profile page, which better engages students, drives career education, and ultimately increases the quantity and quality of job applications.
With a profile in place, employers can engage with students by sharing career advice, highlighting employee success stories, promoting upcoming events and more.
Add an employer profile:
Under the Publish tab in the left-hand side menu of your dashboard, hover over Employers & Jobs, and select Employers
From the Employers page, select Add New
On the Basic Profile tab, add the company name, logo, contact information and accompanying tags (this is all that's needed in order to post jobs)
Select the Expanded Profile tab to show additional fields for creating a profile page on your front end (here, you can include additional information like social media accounts, call to action buttons, and company descriptions)
Make sure you toggle the Profile Page button on, so that the content you included in the Expanded Profile section is available on the front end!
Select the Jobs tab to add, edit, and manage current job listings
Click Preview to examine the profile and make changes as needed
Once you're satisfied with the profile hit Publish
Note: If you have the sponsorship add-on module, you will also be presented with the option to identify whether an employer is a Sponsor/Partner on the basic info page. This will enable additional exposure for that profile.
Edit an existing employer profile:
Navigate to the Employers & Jobs tab in the left-hand side menu of your dashboard > Employers
Hover over the employer profile you wish to update and click Edit
Make updates as desired on the basic info, jobs, or profile page tabs
Update once changes have been made
Understand profile expiration:
It's important to make note of the Expiration function. When a profile expires, it's hidden from the front end of your platform, but will still exist in your dashboard. There are three options for setting expiration guidelines of Employer Profiles:
Auto (when an employer no longer has any job postings)
On a specified date