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Here you can create and use layouts to design your job postings.

Default job posting texts (“Language”)

Info.gif You can use “Default job posting texts” to enter template texts for the job posting. These texts are pre-filled in every job posting, and can be edited by the responsible HR expert. Note that after the first time the job posting text is changed and then saved, the default text will no longer be loaded.

Template for job posting (language) on own homepage

  • Title for text block (1–8)
  • Text block (1–8)
  • User-defined list — External posting (1 & 2)
Selection value (1–6)

Template for job posting (language) on the intranet

  • Title for text block (1–8)
  • Text block (1–8)

Default job posting layout for job posting (“language”) for this branch office

Info.gif Here, you can specify the job posting layout for the job board (for internal and external job postings). This template is pre-selected as the job posting layout for each job posting, and can be modified by the responsible HR expert.

Default job posting layout — External/Internal job posting

  • Select the layout from the list
This job posting layout is pre-filled (not saved) for all external job postings for this branch office.
O Set automatically
When publishing through an interface (e.g. Solique), this layout is automatically saved if no other code has been sent via the interface and no layout has been saved for this job yet.

Job posting layout not accessible?

Try the following tips if a job posting layout is not accessible, or if a 404 error is caused by a Template Toolkit error.

  • This error can be bypassed with the following workaround:
In the command <!--[if IE]> <![endif]-->, the string [if IE] is incorrectly interpreted as a Template Toolkit variable.
Therefore, these and other similar expressions must be masked with a Template Toolkit command: [TAGS <<<< >>>>] and <<<<TAGS [ ]>>>>
[TAGS <<<< >>>>]
 <!--[if IE]>  <![endif]-->
 <!DOCTYPE html>
 <!--[if IE 7]> <html lang="de" class="no-js ie ie7 lte-ie8 lte-ie7"> <![endif]-->
 <!--[if IE 8]> <html lang="de" class="no-js ie ie8 lte-ie8"> <![endif]-->
 <!--[if IE 9]> <html lang="de" class="no-js ie ie9"> <![endif]-->
 <!--[if (gt IE 9)|!(IE)]><!-->
 <html class="no-js" lang="de">
 <<<<TAGS [ ]>>>>


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