How to add your company's work location / work addresses to your company's account

What is this feature?

Within Recruiterbox you have the option to add your company's work address(es).  These allow us to better pinpoint where your jobs actually are inside of the cities you pick for your job openings.

Why is this useful? 

In the future we will be rolling out an option for candidates to be able to search for jobs within a certain distance from their desired zipcode. In order to do so, we need to know the exact location of the job you're hiring for. 

For example - you may be hiring in Seattle, Washington - but what part of Seattle would really matter to a candidate if they were relying on public transit, or, walking to work.

Where do I set this up?

Any account Super Admins can set these addresses up via Settings > Work Addresses: 

Here you can manage your existing addresses (and the openings assigned to them) or click "Add work address" to add a new address:

Once set up at an account level, how do I use the addresses? 

Once you build these addresses for your account, you can attach them to any of your job openings to indicate which work location applies to this particular role. For example, we have two offices - one in Seattle, and one in Denver - in our case, we'd want to apply the correct address to the jobs, to make sure folks know where the job is located. 

You can do this either in bulk, from the address page in settings, by clicking edit beside an address:

One by one, on each opening during opening creation:

Or when editing existing openings: 

How is this different than the city/state I am already picking when building a job opening?

This location allows your team to pinpoint exactly where the job is located, which will be key for our upcoming features allowing candidates to search by a distance from a particular zipcode. If you do pick a work location, we'll auto-fill the location box for the opening on your behalf. 

What if my roles are remote, or, I don't want to share the address?

That's fine, too! This feature is optional.