A prospect post is unique type of post on your organization's career page that is not linked to any specific job. It allows prospects to express general interest in applying to roles at your company but do not see current listings applicable to their skillset. In this article, we will cover how to edit an existing prospect post from the CRM page.
Note: Alternatively, users can edit prospect posts via Configure > Job Board > Job Posts > Add Prospect Post.
To start, click the ellipsis on the navigation bar and select CRM from the dropdown menu.
Click Configure Pools & Posts from the CRM page.
Navigate to the Prospect Posts panel and click the ellipsis underneath the Actions column inline with the prospect post.
Click Edit from the dropdown menu.
From the Configure Prospect Post Settings page, edit the details of the prospect post.
Use the appropriate fields in the Job Board panel to edit the:
- External Name of the Prospect Post
- Job Board
- Location on the Job Board
In regards to the Post Under fields (location on the job board), your organization can elect to nest the prospect post under an existing department on your job board or to create an entirely new section (with a new header) for the prospect post.
Note: Your organization can create multiple prospect posts.
The CRM Settings panel allows your organization to link this prospect post with a prospect pool and other settings in Greenhouse CRM.
Note: All fields in the CRM Settings panel is optional. If a prospect pool is not selected, all prospects who apply via the prospect post will be filtered into the No Pool Specified group.
Use the appropriate fields in the CRM Settings panel to edit the:
Click Continue when finished.
Create Your Prospect Post
The subsequent page is where your organization can edit the actual post where prospects will submit their information. Use this page to edit:
|Prospect Post Details||
This section will control the name, location, description, etc... of your prospect post.
|Basic Application Information||
Toggle between Hide, Optional, and Required for the various fields that can be filled in by a prospect.
|Custom Application Questions||
Add custom application questions to the prospect post or copy them from another job.
Note: While your organization can copy custom application questions from another job, you are currently unable to copy custom application questions from another prospect post.
Use this section to configure the confirmation email to prospects, the application confirmation page, and other settings for the prospect post.
Note: If you elect to Include EEOC questions on the prospect post, be aware that the responses will not be included in EEOC, Inclusion or Demographic reports. These reports track data across candidates and not prospects. If a prospect who applied through a prospect post is converted into a candidate, that data will then be available in those reports.
Note: Prospect posts cannot be posted to any free job boards.
Click Save when finished.