Implementing Avionté career's page onto your website is simple. All you need to do is paste a single line of code to your website, pick a theme, and add a bit of style. Creating a beautiful career page is one click away!
Another helpful article: Implementing and Configuring the Avionté Careers Page
Step 1. Retrieve Your Line of Code
Login to Avionté –> Go to Utilities –> Click on the Careers Page Editor –> Copy the line of code at the very top of the page that says “Career Page iFrame” –> Send this line of code to the manager of your website and have them place this code where you want your job listings to be.
Step 2. Once Your Line of Code is in Place
Ask your careers page manager for the URL to your careers page and enter this address into the “primary location” field of your careers page editor. Save your changes.
Step 3. Style Your Page
From the Careers Page editor –> go into Layout and Styling to choose the base style you like best. You can choose whether you would like your jobs to be grouped or listed. If you select the grouped option, you can specify how you want your jobs to be grouped. For example, by department, division, or location.
After you have chosen a theme you can easily adjust various options such as background color, font size, etc. With the ease of customization, you can style the page to match any and all types of the website!
Check out a couple of pre-created theme options below:
Advanced Customization – CSS
If you would like to customize further, you can ask your career page manager to create a custom style using CSS. Below are 2 articles that go into more details:
- Social Name: This section allows you to edit your company name which will appear on your jobs for external job boards
- Primary Location: This is where the URL of your careers page is entered *Note: if you should ever change the location URL of your Careers Page, you will need to update this field to reflect the new URL.
- Localization: Choose the language you would like to apply to your job board
- Equal Opportunity: Choose which EEO form to turn on for applicants to fill out or select "None" if it's not applicable to your online application process.
- Allow General Apply: Allows candidates to apply (submit their resume, contact info, etc.) even if they don’t see a particular job that suits them.
- Allow General Apply with LinkedIn: Allows candidates to apply with their LinkedIn profile if they don’t see a particular job that suits them.
- Allow General Apply with Indeed: Allows candidates to apply with their LinkedIn profile if they don’t see a particular job that suits them.
- Social Share Widget: Displays a widget that allows viewers of the jobs on your careers page to share the job on various social networks.
- Show Bottom Page Apply Button: Displays an apply button at the bottom of the job description. This makes it easier for candidates to apply by not having to scroll back to the top of the page to click the 'Apply' button.
- Show Job URL: Include the job URL at the bottom of the job description
Layout and Styling
Choose a theme and adjust colors and fonts how you see fit.
Choose to make either Online Questions or EEO forms required, or both! Drag and drop the sequence you wish applicants to complete their online form.
*Important notice: If requirements are turned on and a web applicant doesn't finish their application in full, they will be parsed into Avionté but will not be attached to the job they began applying for. To prevent that from happening, we recommend not turning requirements on.
Choose various ways for applicants to run searches through your careers page. You can also select what job information you would like visible to applicants.
- Job Search Ability
- Search by Job title
- Search by Location
- Search by Department
- Search by Division
- Search by Category
- Search Labels
- Display Job Title
- Display Location
- Display Department
- Display Division
- Display Category
- Display Pay
- Display Post Date
Applicant Details Visibility & Requirements
Choose what applicant information you would like visible and required for the applicant to fill out before proceeding with the application process.