Position and Application Form

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A Position is the job title of an Opening that holds the job description and Application Form that the applicants first sees and submits in order to create an applicant in Fountain. 

If you are using an external application form instead, the applicants won't even see the Application Form and Position will simply be a job title for you and there is no need to fill out the job description.

If you chose to use the Application Form in Fountain, all changes are made at the Position level, which means all Openings that are linked to it will also reflect the changes. 

What's Covered

 

Add Position

  1. Hover over Jobs in the top navigation bar, and select Positions.
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  2. Click the blue Add Position button.
  3. Give the position a name e.g. Delivery Driver, Cashier, or Ambassador.
  4. Click on Customize Application Form to fill out the job description and edit the Application Form. Skip this step if you're using an external application form

    Job Description

    You can add a description about the job, list the requirements, add an image, or consider leaving it blank if you are embedding the Application Form on your website. 

    Application Form

    Required fields are name, phone number, and email but you can always add more questions. Keep it short, you can always ask additional questions by adding a Data Collection stage to your workflow. 

  5. Hit the blue Save button at the bottom of the page, and you're all set.

 

Edit Position or Application Form

  1. Hover over Jobs in the top navigation bar, and select Positions.
  2. Click on Actions next to the Position you wish to edit. 
  3. Update the Position name or click on Customize Application Form.
  4. Click Save.

 

Delete Position

  1. Hover over Jobs in the top navigation bar, and select Positions.
  2. Click on Actions next to the Position you wish to edit. 
  3. Click the Delete on the lower left.
  4. A confirmation message will pop up, click on Delete Opening.
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