Careers Templates

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Often the first interaction many prospective applicants have with your organisation is your careers website. Having a great careers site is a key component to finding great talent and supporting your recruitment strategy.

A great site should look good, load quickly, be mobile enabled and easy to use. In short, simple, powerful, elegant, fast and accessible.

Our templates allow you to get a careers site up and running and with a range of options and designs you'll find one that suits your brand and allows you to deliver the right message. Alternatively we encourage you to explore our Personalised Jobs Page offering.

Template One

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Requirements document for Template One

Template Two

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Requirements document for Template Two

Template Three

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Requirements document for Template Three

Hosting The Dynamic Template

Customer side hosting

Involvement required from: Customer IT Department

On completion of the build, the dynamic template and its' corresponding files will be provided to you to host and maintain going forward. This provides you with the flexibility to update the styling of your careers page without having to notify PageUp.

You will need to host the files within your internal network. Your IT department will be able to assist with this action and then provide PageUp with the URL to the dynamic template in return to access so that PageUp can scrape the styling onto the careers page.

Any images, CSS / JavaScript's links used with the template will need to be absolute URLs as your template is now sitting within your domain and PageUp still needs to access files from your server.

See also: Building a dynamic template > Hosting information

PageUp side hosting

Alternatively, if you are unable to host any files within your internal network then PageUp can host the template.

Should you wish to update the dynamic template, it will require you to contact PageUp. This option will incur additional charges which will be scoped at the time of the request(s).

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