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EHR: Job Posting Close Date Is Hidden/Not Showing On Careers Page (Doc ID 2714657.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 05, 2021

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Talent Acquisition Manager - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Job Posting Close Date is Hidden/Not Showing on Careers Page

The Job Remove/Close date is not showing/hidden on posted jobs in the careers page. it does show a Closed Date = Open Until Filled when an actual date is not inputted on the on the job posting details page but when a date is inputted, the Close Date is hidden.

When a Job Posting has an End date, and the Site has the box checked to Display Closing Date on the Job Posting, it worked and all job openings that had an Ending date filled in showed a closing date equal to the Posting End Date, if there was no Posting End entered, then the Job Posting would display Close Date Open Till Filled.

After PUM 35, the Job Postings Closing Date no longer is shown; When a Posting End Date has been entered in the Job Posting.

On the Site Setup, there is a checkbox to Display Job Posting Close Date

Customer is expecting that the Closing Date of the Job Opening should always be shown on the Job Opening

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

1. Create a Job Opening, add Job Posting
2. Job Posting, Internal and External
3. Add Posting Date and Posting End Date and then Save
4. Run the Job Opening and Job Posting Full or Incremental depending on the last time it was run.
5. Verify that the Check box to Display the Job Posting Close Date is checked on the Site Setup Navigation > Setup HCM > Products Related > Candidate Gateway > Site Setup
7. Navigate to Careers > Review Job Openings
8. Select the Job Opening just created with the Posting End Date filled in, note that the Job Posting Close Date is no longer shown




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