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In addition to the Basic Job Information, more specific detailed information on the job can be stored on the job profile including the current approver, amount of openings, and other helpful internal information. This information is directly under the basic information.
Job (id#) - The unique identification number that BrightMove assigns to each job. This is also called the BMID, or BrightMove ID.
Status - This describes the state that the job occupies in the recruiting process. Some examples are Open, Hot, On Hold, Closed, and Filled.
Status Comments - Any comments related to the status of the job.
Approval Status - This indicates the current approval status. Click on View Approvals to see the approval history.
Current Approver - The last person to approve the job.
Department Job ID - The ID number that your Department assigns to the job or your own internal job identification number. This is different than the BrightMove Job ID.
Open Date - The date when the job is open for submittals.
Placement Type - Reflects whether the position is a contract, permanent, or internal hire.
End Date - An optional feature that will automatically mark the job as Closed at midnight on the date specified.
Openings - The number of open spots for this position.
Part Time - Select this to designate the job as part-time.
Original Openings - The original amount of open positions when the job was created.
Other Location - This optional field is used if the same job is open in multiple locations.
Duration - An optional field where you can specify the number of weeks, months, or years that a job will last.
Work From Home - Switch to mark the job as Work From Home.
Min Pay Rate - The minimum pay for the job.
Max Pay Rate - The maximum pay for the job.
Required Skills - The required skills for the job. The required skills are automatically used as search terms when a search is done from the options menu of the job.
Optional Skills - The optional skills for the job.
Job Group - The list of assigned job groups.
Marketing Locations - Exclusively for Indeed. Marketing Locations allows Indeed to post one job that will show up in multiple search locations for Location Agnostic or Work From Home jobs ONLY.
Recruiters - The recruiter who has been assigned to work on this job. There can be more than one recruiter assigned to work on a single job.
Sourcers - The sourcers assigned to the job.
Industries - This field is only used if you enabled the LinkedIn Real-Time Job Distribution integration.
Categories - Pre-defined groups that a job falls into. Some examples are accounting, human resources, etc.
Functions - This field is used if you enabled the LinkedIn Real-Time Job Distribution integration.
Workgroups - The assigned workgroups.
Interview Schedule - The assigned interview schedule.
Vendors - The assigned vendors.
Preferred Portal - The preferred portal link for the job. This will override the link to the default portal.
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