Posting job offers internally gives the company employees chance to develop their career opportunities, grow their skills, and experience.
At the same time, internal job offers can help the company retain the top talent.
On the Powell Template "Job offers", company employees will be able to access the list of all job offers published on the portal.
They can search an offer with a key-word using a search tab or use a refiner on the left to find a desired offer through available filters.
Each job offer displays the job title, contract type, publishing date, location, department and the job description.
If users are interested in a particular offer, they can access more detailed information through the button "read more" and even apply to the offer directly from the page.
The search bar is a Powell 365 web-part "search box" which is linked to the search query. .
The refiner on the left is a Powell refinements panel web-part. If you are a Contributor 👩🌾, you can see how to configure this web-part on the page Refinement Panel.
The section with the list of all job offers, is a content-search web part. If you are a Contributor 👩🌾, you can see how to configure this web-part on the page Content search and see all the various actions and displays that come along with it.
On the Job offers page, Contributors
can create a new "Job offer", via the button "new job offer". If you are a Standard user,
this button will not be visible for you.
This button is a Powell button web-part, that simplifies the user contribution on the Intranet. When you need to create a new content, there is no need to go to the SharePoint back office thanks to the button web-part.
If you are a Contributor 👩🌾, go to the page "Create a new job offer" that will walk you through how to post a new "job offer" on the Intranet.
Click a job offer to open a separate page with more detailed information on each job.
For example, if we click on the Budget Analyst, it will show more detailed requirements for this specific job as you can see in the image below.
The section you see in the middle is organised through a Graph web-part. Here you can apply for the offer by clicking the button "Apply for this offer".
If you are a Contributor 👩🌾, and want to see how to configure this web-part, check the page Graph under widgets.
The content-search web-part on the left displays other, recent job offers that might interest a user. The information is coming from the job offers page.