Recruiter rights (right to participate in the process / dossier)
A recorded and open position. You can see how to create a new job here.
Jobs - Publish
The Publish section is divided into 3 main areas. These 3 variants are available for you to publish a job. Our aim is that, regardless of the channel through which you receive applicants, they are received directly online and centrally by Dualoo.
You can access the "Publish" section either when you create a new job or when you edit an existing job. To do this, click on "Jobs" at the top of the menu and click on the button for the relevant job:
Overview 3 main variants - Publication of a job
By default, all areas of the publication are set to 'Off'.
1. 'Application portals' (website, intranet)
2. 'Google & Social Media Posting (direct integrations)'.
3. 'Links to the application form (job platforms)'.
1. Application portals (website, intranet)
Application portals are Dualoo portals that can be displayed directly on your company's own website using I-Frame integration. This integration must be carried out once by the Responsible of your website (effort / duration approx. 15 minutes). You can then publish vacancies directly from Dualoo on your company website with just one click.
Here is an example of an application portal:
1. Application portals can be selected by clicking in the "Add portal" field.
2. If the button is set to "On", the job is published on the website or intranet, and you only have to wait for the incoming applicants.
2. Google & Social Media Posting (direct integrations)
These are direct integrations, i.e. you can publish on the relevant platforms directly from Dualoo. 'Google for Jobs' and 'Social Media Posting' are free job postings. 'Social media postings' are free postings in the feeds and not paid job postings such as Linked-In Jobs or Facebook Jobs. You can find detailed instructions on the various types of publication in the 'Help Centre'.
By clicking on the advert on 'Google for Jobs' or one of the social media posts, candidates are taken directly to the Dualoo job advertisement and can apply via the applicant form (the input mask).
1. Google for Jobs
If you set the button to "On", the job opening information will be sent to Google for Jobs and the job will be published automatically. The detailed instructions for Google for Jobs can be found here.
2. Social Media Post
By clicking "On", the social media post is automatically prepared, which you can then share via your profile.
In addition, clicking "On" enables the job advertisement to be shared with the corresponding social media platform and displayed on the advertisement.
Detailed instructions using LinkedIn as an example can be found here.
3. Links to the application form (job platforms)
You can enter the applicant link to Dualoo in your job advertisements for any job application portal. This means that you create the advertisement on the job platform (e.g. Jobs.ch) as usual, but enter the link to the application form in the link for the application.
With many job application portals (including Jobs.ch), you also have the option of linking directly to the Dualoo advertisement. You therefore have two options:
Option 1: Link to the application form.
In this case, the Dualoo link to the application form is stored on the Apply button of the job application portal. With this option, the advertisement is created and laid out on the job platform. Only the Apply button is linked to the Dualoo link.
Option 2: Integration URL job advertisement
Use of the Dualoo advertisement on the job platform
With this option, the job advertisement including layout will be taken over by Dualoo. The texts of the job advertisement must also be created for the keyword search. In addition, the Dualoo link to the application form must also be stored on the Apply button of the job application portal in this variant.
1. Both options described above can be started identically. By clicking in the field Add link, a selection of job application portals will appear.
Is something missing? You can also add further job platforms by entering a free text (enter new labels).
2. By selecting the job portal, it will be inserted and the button will automatically be set to On. You can then copy the applicant link to your clipboard by clicking on Copy link.
3. Now simply paste the copied link into the desired job. As mentioned, for example, in the job advertisement on jobs.ch, etc.
With most job portals, you can either link to the application form or directly to the entire Dualoo advertisement. You can find instructions on how to do this as well as further articles on individual job application portals here.
For practice purposes, you can also simply paste the copied link into a new tab in your browser. You will then see that you land directly in the input mask. Candidates can use this input mask to apply to you.