Step 3

Posting a Requisition on the Career Portals

Lesson for full-time recruitment process

Learn how to post a requisition on the career portals within the HRMS.

New Steps

Note:

  • Prior to creating a requisition, managers must consult with their Dean or Director, Vice-President and HR Business Partner to discuss if any changes need to be made to the vacant position or job description. Details of these conversations must be added to the ‘Additional Information’ section when the requisition is created. In the case of overlapping incumbents in a position, managers must complete an ‘Overlapping Incumbent Form’ and attach it to the job requisition.  
  • The HR Generalist must review the requisition prior to posting it to ensure the correct position number was selected, to confirm why the position is vacant, the reason the position is vacant, and confirm consultation notes have been detailed on the requisition by the manager. 
  • If the position is not vacant, the manager should have attached a signed ‘Overlapping Incumbent Confirmation form to the requisition.
  • The HR Generalist must add the details of these checks on the requisition underneath the manager’s notes in the ‘Additional Notes’ section. 

1. Sign into HRMS using your single sign-on ID and password.

2. Click ‘Talent Acquisition’.

3. Click ‘Recruitment’.

4. Click ‘Recruiting’.

5. Click ‘Requisitions’ on the top menu.

6. Search the requisition using various filters available on the left-hand panel.

7. Type in the name of the requisition or the requisition number in the ‘Search Requisition’ field.

8. Click ‘Apply Filters’.

9. Click on the hyperlink title of the requisition. 

Note: This will open the requisition. 

10. Click on the ‘Sourcing’ tab. 

11. Under ‘Career Sections’, click Add career sections. 

Note: The status of the requisition must be ‘Open’ in order to post it. 

12. Select a ‘Post from and ‘Post to for the job posting on the Humber – External an‘Humber – Internal’ career sections.  

13. Click ‘Save and apply’. 

Note: The status of the requisition will appear as ‘Posted’ 

Legacy Recruiting Steps

Note:

  • Prior to creating a requisition, managers must consult with their Dean or Director, Vice-President and HR Business Partner to discuss if any changes need to be made to the vacant position or job description. Details of these conversations must be added to the ‘Additional Information’ section when the requisition is created. In the case of overlapping incumbents in a position, managers must complete an ‘Overlapping Incumbent Form’ and attach it to the job requisition.  
  • The HR Generalist must review the requisition prior to posting it to ensure the correct position number was selected, to confirm why the position is vacant, the reason the position is vacant, and confirm consultation notes have been detailed on the requisition by the manager. 
  • If the position is not vacant, the manager should have attached a signed ‘Overlapping Incumbent Confirmation form to the requisition.
  • The HR Generalist must add the details of these checks on the requisition underneath the manager’s notes in the ‘Additional Notes’ section. 

1. Sign into HRMS using your single sign-on ID and password.

2. Click ‘Talent Acquisition’.

3. Click ‘Recruitment’.

Note: A new window will open, logging into Taleo. If using Chrome, download Adobe Flash. 

4. Click ‘Legacy Recruiting’ under Quick Access.

5. Click the drop-down arrow for ‘View the Search Options’ .

6. Click ‘Requisitions’.

Note: The person icon will now change into a document icon.

7. Type in the name of the requisition or the requisition number in the ‘Search Requisition’ field.

8. Click ‘Enter’.

9. Click on the hyperlink title of the requisition. 

Note: This will open the requisition. 

10. Click on the ‘Posting and Sourcing’ tab. 

11. Under ‘Services’, in the Career Section, click ‘Modify’. 

Note: The status of the requisition must be ‘Open’ in order to post it. 

12. Select a ‘Start Date’ and ‘End Date’ for the job posting on the Humber – External an‘Humber – Internal’ career sections.  

Note: Ensure the posting status is ‘To be posted’. If you don’t want to identify an end date, select ‘Ongoing’ 

13. Click ‘Done’. 

Note: The status of the requisition will appear as ‘Posted’