The Natural HR Recruitment module allows you to create Requisitions (job vacancies) which can then be posted to your company careers page on your website, third party jobs boards etc, click here to see more information about creating Requisitions.
You can control the content, look and feel of your requisitions so they match the look, feel and branding of your company website
The top and bottom of the website example you see here is your company website, the area in between are the Requisitions, and if applicable, Job alerts and Register your details options.
To make your requisitions appear with the same look and feel as your company website go to
Recruitment -> Options -> List page settings
Here you can click on 'Add' to create a new template or you can click on 'Edit' if you need to change an existing template, maybe because the company website branding has changed.
Please note: You can create multiple templates to match the style of your careers pages if you have multiple branded websites.
The template will have a name and then some initial colour and box size settings which you can see here.
Please note: Any changes you make here will have an immediate effect on any Requisitions already posted on your company website careers page.
The effect of the settings above you can see here, in this case the 'Background colour' (c) was changed from the original white background (#ffffff) to teal (##00d6ab).
Please note: Colours used in Natural HR for Branding, Recruitment, Analytics etc are entered in in HEX or hexadecimal format just like you see above. If your marketing/branding department is only able to provide you colours in RGB or CMYK, there are many online resources that can help you to find the hexadecimal values for colours for which you only have the RGB or CMYK values such as
Job list page
The Job list page will display all of the active Requisitions you have created and want to show on your website careers page. You can choose the 'Fields' you want to display as well as the font and its colour, size and style.
The settings you apply above will affect the appearance of the corresponding Job list page on your careers web page, an example of which you can see here.
Job detail page
Here you can choose what fields you want to display as well as selecting font, size and style, in the Job detail page.
After clicking on the 'More information' button, you will see the specific details for the Requisition in the Job detail page which will appear like this
Please note: The details shown in the 'Job description', 'Responsibilities', 'Qualifications' etc are pulled from the corresponding details entered in the 'Job role' by going to
Administration -> HR -> Data management -> Job roles
'Edit' the 'Job role' and scroll down to the 'Job description', here are the details that appear on Requisition posted on the company careers webpage. There are edit buttons which allow you to enter your text and format it in Bold, Italic, Underscore etc.
Clicking on the 'Apply now' button in the Job detail page, will display either the default or a custom application form. If you are using a custom application form created via 'Form builder' then none of the below 'Application form' settings will be utilised - your fields and questions should be set within the custom form
The settings and fields you choose above will display in the standard application form like this
You can add up to 10 custom questions which will appear on all requisitions which use the standard application form. These are added in the These can be in the form of 'Yes or no', 'Text, multiple or single' or 'Date' questions.
The questions will appear directly below the fields on the standard application form.
After making your changes and clicking on 'Submit', your template will be listed here.
You can use this template when creating a 'Portal key', click here to read how to do this.
As well as the settings above, you can also add additional content to the displayed requisitions, which are detailed below by going to
Administration -> Company -> Settings -> Recruitment -> Settings
Recruitment page text
If you link directly to your recruitment listing page, i.e. NOT using an iframe, this text is displayed under your logo as Information about your company and recruitment etc
To find your Portal key(s), go to
Recruitment -> Requisitions
Click on the 'Other actions' button at the bottom of the screen and click on 'Portal keys'. Listed here will be the Portal key or keys you have created, click here to read how to do this.
Instead of the link being placed in an iframe on your company careers website, you may choose to embed the portal key elsewhere.
To see the Recruitment page text displayed, that was added above, copy and paste the portal key into an internet browser URL window and you will see the text as shown below
Adhoc applications page text
If you are creating adhoc requisitions, you can add text into the Adhoc applications page text option
If adhoc applications are enabled, when you click on the 'Register your details' button, you will see the text highlighted below
Show address on standalone portal
If you select 'Yes' in the 'Show address on standalone portal' option
then just as above with the 'Recruitment page text', you will see the company address displayed as highlighted below
Please note: the address is taken from the address details added by going to
Administration -> Company -> Settings -> Company information
In the template above, you can create custom questions to be displayed in your standard application form
The text you add here will be displayed immediately above your custom questions
Additional online application documents
When you select the 'CV' option from the visible fields for the standard application form, by default, the person completing the application form will be required to upload a copy of their CV
You can also specify up to 5 documents in addition to the CV, that must be uploaded as part of the standard application, by going to the 'Additional online application documents' section. Enter the display name of the document to be uploaded
After clicking on 'Submit', the additional document to be uploaded will appear on the standard application form like this
In the standard application form, which is set in the template above, you can choose to include a selection of monitoring questions for Gender, Ethnicity, Religion etc.
These monitoring questions appear near the bottom of the standard application form like this
In the recruitment settings option, you can add some text that will be displayed above your monitoring questions on the standard application form. Enter the text here
after clicking on 'Submit', the text is displayed on your standard application form above the monitoring questions
You may also require an applicant to read and agree to a privacy notice before they complete and send their application.
Enter the required text here
There are also options to choose where to display the privacy notice
after choosing the display option, and after clicking on 'Submit', the privacy notice text will appear at the bottom of the standard application form.
In this case the option to 'Require candidate to agree with privacy notice?' has been set to 'Yes'