A custom opening field allows your organization to record select information on a per-opening basis rather than for the entire job. Recording information on a per-opening basis can be useful if you plan to hire multiple candidates of varying experience, location, etc... against the same hiring plan and need to capture information specific to the opening. Click here for more information.
In this article, we will cover how to edit an existing custom opening field for your organization.
Click the Configure icon in the upper right-hand corner and select Custom Options from the left-hand panel.
Click Openings on the subsequent Custom Options page.
The Custom Fields: Openings page will list all of your organization's custom opening fields. Click the custom opening field you wish to edit.
On the subsequent page, edit the details of the custom opening field. Refer to the following table for additional information:
|Field||The name of the field.|
|Description||Provide any additional context, direction, and/or summary of this custom opening field.|
|Only show for openings made in these offices||If this custom opening field should only be available for certain offices in your organization, select those offices from the dropdown menu. If none are selected, the custom opening field will default to all offices.|
|Only show for openings made in these departments||If this custom opening field should only be available for certain departments in your organization, select those departments from the dropdown menu. If none are selected, the custom opening field will default to all departments.|
|Mark Private||Field can only be viewed by users with Job Admin permission levels or higher with the additional user-specific permission Can see private notes, salary info, manage offers, and approve jobs/offers.|
|Required||Makes the custom opening field a required field when creating any new opening.|
|Changes to this field require reapproval||When checked, any changes to the custom opening field will re-trigger any job approval flows that your organization has configured.|
Note: Once created, it is impossible to edit the Type of a custom opening field.
When finished, click Save at the bottom of the page to confirm your edits.