Closing a job preserves all the configurations made on the job while restricting users from adding candidates to the job, visiting the job dashboard, and submitting scorecards to the job. Additionally, this action unpublishes the job's job posts from all of your organization's job boards.
There are many reasons to close a job, which might include:
- Making the necessary new headcount or backfill hires
- The job is placed on hold while your organization priorities other roles
- Your organization has implemented a hiring freeze
- The job is temporarily not being filled
Note: All active candidates will remain active on a closed job. We suggest your organization reject these candidates or move them to another job.
To close a job, click the All Jobs tab from the navigation bar and select a job from the subsequent list.
Click Job Setup and navigate to Job Info on the left-hand panel.
From the Job Info page, hover over Job Status and click the Edit icon .
Select Closed from the dropdown menu. Click Save.
If the job has any pending offers, a dialog box will ask if you wish to Mark Candidates as Hired before closing the job. Click a candidate name to review their application without closing the job. Alternatively, click Cancel to dismiss the close job action, or click Continue to move forward with the close job action.
If the job does not have any pending offers, or if you click Continue in the dialog box discussed above, a subsequent dialogue box will ask you to confirm the decision to close the job. Select a Close Reason from the dropdown menu and click Save.
The job will be closed and users can no longer add candidates to the job, visit the job dashboard, or submit scorecards for the job.
Note: An interviewer with an outstanding scorecard for a closed job will encounter an error page if they click the Interview Kit URL provided to them. The job must be re-opened for the interviewer to access and submit their scorecard.
To learn how to search for and re-open a job after closing, please review the following Help Center articles: