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Internal job board

In the jobs overview on the internal job board, your company’s employees can search for an appropriate job, set up a job subscription, or apply for a job. The jobs advertised here are controlled from the expert view for HR experts/recruiters.

Overview of expert view in Applicant Management

Controlling and setting properties of the job board

You can use URL path identifiers and URL parameters (CGI parameters) to control and configure the properties of a job board and its postings, as well as how they are displayed.

  • The job board can be subdivided into sub-boards by branch office and by language (the language is controlled through an ID).
  • Each jobs overview can have its own design, its own welcome emails and its own job subscription.
  • You can also activate unsolicited application links separately for each branch office. Applicants who are currently unable to find an appropriate job to apply to, but who would still like to express their interest in joining your company, can either submit an unsolicited application or set up a job subscription so they can be sure not to miss a single opportunity.


URL structure and parameters for the job board

The job board is introduced by the URL path identifier “VacanciesIntraxData”, followed by multiple URL control elements and parameters.

“https: //recruitingapp-[CustomerID].umantis.com/VacanciesIntraxData/[LanguageID]?CompanyID=[ID]&DesignID=[ID]&lang=[ID]”

  • [CustomerID]: Corresponds to the customer ID (e.g. “133”).
  • [LanguageID]: Corresponds to the language ID for the publication contents (e.g.: 1 = German (Switzerland), 31 = German (Germany), 2= English, 3 = French, 4 = Italian, etc.; the list of all IDs can be found under Languages).
    In addition to language-specific job board calls, you can also call up the job board independently of language. To do this, use the All parameter (e.g. /VacanciesIntraxData/All).


Parameter:

  • CompanyID=[ID]: Corresponds to the ID of a specific branch office. For example, this parameter can be used to display only those jobs that are associated with the specified branch office. If this parameter is left out, then all externally-published jobs from all branch offices will be displayed. If you use job boards for individual branch offices, then you should use the parameter CompanyID=All for the global job board (resets all saved CompanyID parameters). If you would like to combine multiple branch offices in a single overview, then separate the IDs for those branch offices with the pipe character ‘|’ (e.g. CompanyID=19|15|1).
Attention.gif Please note that adaptive selection lists do not work if you restrict a job board to multiple branch offices. The job board must either be unrestricted or be configured for a specific branch office (e.g. CompanyID=19)
  • DesignID=[ID]: Corresponds to the page’s design ID. The individual designs must be created beforehand. The correct ID can be found on the page where it was created. This parameter is optional and can also be left out; in that case, the general external design is then displayed. DesignID=00 resets all saved DesignID parameters (to the default design).
  • lang=[ID]: Corresponds to the language of the environment. In umantis, the “label language” can be different from the “content language”. Each page can be displayed at any time in the relevant language (e.g. ?lang=ger or ?lang=eng) without affecting which content is drawn from the database. The list of all language parameters can be found under Languages.


Example URL:
https://recruitingapp-133.umantis.com/VacanciesIntraxData/1?CompanyID=19&DesignID=1001&lang=eng

Notes:

  • The list of parameters begins with “?”, and individual parameters are separated with “&”. The parameters can be added in any order.
  • The square brackets “[” and “]” should be left out.
  • The “DesignID”, “CompanyID” and “lang” parameters have an ongoing effect, and only have to be specified once. The “lang” parameter is overwritten after login by the current user language.
  • If necessary, restrict access to this area from outside your intranet by specifying IP ranges.
  • Jobs can be published to the external job board in much the same way (but introduced by the URL path identifier “Jobs”).


URL structure and parameters for a posting

A posting is also introduced by the URL path identifier “VacanciesIntraxData”, followed by multiple URL control elements and parameters.

"https://recruitingapp-[CustomerID].umantis.com/VacanciesIntraxData/[PositionID]/Description/[LanguageID]"

  • [CustomerID]: Corresponds to the customer ID (e.g. “133”).
  • [LanguageID]: Corresponds to the language ID for the publication contents (e.g.: 1 = German (Switzerland), 31 = German (Germany), 2= English, 3 = French, 4 = Italian, etc.; the list of all IDs can be found under Languages).
  • [PositionID]: Corresponds to the job ID (e.g. “119”).


Example URL:
https://recruitingapp-133.umantis.com/VacanciesIntraxData/119/Application/CheckLogin/1?lang=eng

Notes:

  • The list of parameters begins with “?”, and individual parameters are separated with “&”. The parameters can be added in any order.
  • The square brackets “[” and “]” should be left out.


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