Users with Site Admin, Job admin, and Hiring Manager roles can create a job on Skillate. While creating a job, you can set up a hiring plan to follow, create a job approval chain, etc. Only those jobs which are approved by the approvers (users added to the job approval chain for the job) can be published on various job boards and avenues for candidate sourcing. 


For creating a new job on Skillate, follow the below steps:


  1. Log in to your Skillate account.

  2. Navigate to Jobs and click on +Create New Job.

  3. In the following screen, you will be asked to choose how to create a new job.


    Method 1: From Template

    Organizations might have a set of unique roles. In such instances, you can have the job description and other related processes created as Job Templates on Skillate. For the same, navigate to Settings > Job Setup > Job Templates > +Create.

When you choose this method, you will be prompted to choose a job template that is already defined for a specific department and location.


Method 2: Copy from existing job

At times, you will be hiring for a similar job profile that you have hired already. The method of copying the details from an existing job saves you time in creating a new job. You simply copy them to your new job.

By choosing this method, the following screen will prompt you to select a job from which you would like to copy the job details and related steps.

Method 3: Start from scratch

If you are looking for flexibility in creating a job, here is the solution for you. Any new job, new role, a new position, - fret not, Skillate allows you to come up with your own job description, hiring plan, and approval process.

To ensure that you don’t miss out on anything, by choosing this method- in the following screens, Skillate has got the process of job creation simplified to steps like- configuring basic job details, job description, setting up interview stages, scorecard, hiring team, approval process, configure automated emails and sourcing plans.


Upon completing these steps, you will have the job ready to be published on job boardsIJP, etc., and sourcing for potential candidates. The created job will be available to view on Skillate’s Jobs.