Permissions: Site Admin who can edit another user's advanced permissions
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Any user with Job Admin level permissions who can email candidates or prospects on a job can send a form to a candidate. However, only users assigned to a permission level with the Can edit forms permission stripe applied to it can create and edit forms. In this article, we will cover how to add/remove the permission stripe from a custom Job Admin permission level.
In addition to other permission levels in Greenhouse Recruiting like Basic, Job Admin: Standard, and Job Admin: Private, Greenhouse Recruiting also provides a Job Admin: Custom permission level to create the additional levels of visibility and access needed to manage a diverse recruiting process.
To add or remove the Can edit forms permission stripe from a custom Job Admin level, click the Configure icon on your navigation bar, then select Permission Policies on the left.
From the Permission Policies page, navigate to the All Job Admins section and click See and manage job admin levels.
Find the name of your custom Job Admin level in the provided list.
Navigate down the rows of permission stripes and place a check in the Can edit forms row under your custom Job Admin column.
Note: Since users with Job Admin permission levels can only add other users to jobs at a permission level equal to their own, users who belong to a Job Admin permission level without the Can edit forms permission cannot add users who belong to a Job Admin permission level with the Can edit forms permission.