By duplicating a job, you can easily create a new job posting that includes all the original information and settings, while removing previous school requests and past applicants.
Note: If the original job was connected to an interview schedule, that link is not preserved. If you'd like an interview schedule linked to the new job, you will need to request a new schedule.
1. To begin, click Jobs from the left navigation bar, then locate the job you'd like to duplicate.
Tip: Use the tabs at the top of the job postings table to switch between displayed results for Active, Expired, All, Declined, Not Posted, or Divisions.
2. Click directly on the title of the job.
3. On the job overview page, click More Actions in the top-right corner and select Duplicate job.
4. From here, you will be redirected to the Basics tab within the job form, where all the initial job details are preserved.
5. We strongly recommend reviewing all of the details before you post the job. Some key areas to review are:
- Title: we recommend updating the title to help our users differentiate between the original job posting and the new job posting.
- Schools: make sure to add schools to post the job to. If you're not ready to post the job yet, you can skip this step, click Save in the lower-right corner of the page, and access the posting later.
- Note: if an approved school isn't listed, make sure they have given your company the role to post jobs. Read more in Why can't I post jobs at a school that's already approved me?. Also, verify whether your Favorites filter is applied. Learn more about Using the Favorite Schools Filter.
- Apply Start Date & Apply End Date: review the default dates that your job application window is set to start and expire and update as needed.
5. Click the Schools tab to select from the approved schools you'd like to post the job to. For additional details, refer to How to Post a Job.
6. After schools are selected, click the blue button Save in the lower-right corner of the page to post the job.
7. If you've selected schools to post the job to, the request will be reviewed and processed by each school. For more information, refer to Understanding Job Posting Approvals.
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