Create a Requisition in the Requisitions Tab


This article will show you how to create a Requisition in the Requisitions tab.


  1. Select Requisitions

  2. Select the In Progress tab

  3. Select Create New Requisition

  4. Fill in the information for the requisition
    • Select Job Title: Allows you to select what job from the Job Management library
    • Alternate Job Title: Allows alternate title
    • Location: Set the location of the position
    • Requisition Status: Update status of the requisition to be transparent to applicants
    • Requisition Type: Select the type such as hourly, contractor, etc.
    • Hours Per Week: Input the expected hours per week for the position
    • Daily Shift: Input the expected times for the daily shift, if applicable
    • Publish to Career Portal: Allows you to decide if the position is internal or external
    • Job Status: Indicate if it is a part-time or full-time position
    • Open Date: Indicates when the job will be visible to applicants so they can begin applying.
      • Note: Applicants cannot view the requisition until after the open date.
    • Close Date: Indicates when the job will no longer be visible to applicants.
      • Note: After this date, applicants are not able to view or submit applications, even if it was in progress.
    • Desired Start Date: Indicates the expected start date of the position
    • Requisition Notes: Add notes to the requisition
    • Private Requisition: Check the box to make the requisition private
      • Note: A private requisition does not display on the career portal. The only way to apply to a private requisition is to have the private requisition source link.
    • Require Resume Upload: Check the box to require a resume upload to be attached to the application
    • Require Additional Uploads: Check the box to require additional uploads to be attached to the application
    • Perpetual Requisition: Check the box to mark the requisition at perpetual; meaning the requisition will not close until an admin manually closes it
      • Note: Use this when there are multiple positions open for the requisition.
    • Number of Open Positions: Indicates how many positions are open for the requisition
    • Do Not Collect VSID: Click to not collect the Virtual Server ID
    • Days of the Week: Indicate expected work days for this position
    • Display Sections: Select sections from job management displays on the requisition page
    • Requisition Detail (visible to candidate): Create a description that is public to candidates

  5. Select Save

  6. Select the Requisitions tab again

  7. Select the requisition you just created

  8. Saving Options
    • Save: Will save changes made
    • Save and Publish: Will publish the requisition

Note: For more information, please visit our Add a Requisition Approver article.

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