If you plan on opening more than one job, you can set up your job posts by creating a template. With a template, you can add the right images, fonts, colors, and text. Then you can use this template as your starting point when creating a new job post. This way you won't have to build your job post from scratch every time you want to open a new job. In this article, we'll walk you through the steps to create a basic template.

Creating a template

  1. From the Homerun dashboard, click + Create new job

  2. For the Job title, fill in "Template", you can leave the rest of the fields as it is

  3. Click Continue to go to Homerun’s Live Editor

  4. Type or copy/paste any text you like about your company, or text that you'd like to have in every job poste (maybe about the hiring process, your team, the office, perks etc)

  5. You can add job blocks to add more authentic, personal and rich content to your template. Examples of job blocks are text, images, video’s, profile pictures of your colleagues, interesting links or an Instagram feed

  6. Finished creating your template? Click Save in the top right corner (make sure to not click Publish)

You can always edit your template; it will be displayed at the bottom of your dashboard.

Using a template

When you're ready to create a new job it's time to use your template!

  1. From the Homerun dashboard, find your draft job called "Template"

  2. At the right, click the three dots and click Duplicate

  3. Fill in the job title, job type, location and recruiting type and click Continue

  4. You're back in the Live Editor with all the text, images, and other content you've added before. You can simply add or change text and other content to customize the job you want to open

  5. Finished editing? Click Publish job in the top right corner

Nice, that was easy right? You've just published a job using your self-made template!

Publish a great looking job post in minutes.
Homerun job post templates are designed to catch the eye of talent.
Just customize to fit your role and publish. No code or design skills needed.

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