Here we are assuming that Job Board has been enabled by your account admin/owner, if not read here to enable Job Board on your account.

Until now staff could only see the shifts assigned to them but they couldn't choose the shifts by themselves. With Job Board, rostering team has the ability to pin/publish/post shifts to Job Board, which you can browse through on your app and select the ones you are interested in.

Let's go through this new feature...

Accessing Job

When you open ShiftCare app and click on main drawer/menu (top-left), you will notice additional menu Item - Job Board, as shown in image below.

Tip! If Job Board was recently enabled on your account, then you might need to logout and login to see new menu item (Job Board).

Accessing Job Board

When you click on the JOB BOARD menu, you will see lists of shifts that have been advertised and available. You can check further details of a shift by clicking on the shift.

Marking Interest

Inorder to inform your manager that you are interested in shift, it is important that you mark your interested shifts. You can do so by clicking on thumbs up icon in top right corner. Once interested, it will go green, which means that you are interested in the shift.

Tip! You can toggle your interest by again clicking on thumbs icon.

Open Shifts

If shift has been marked Open then you can directly accept shift as long as you meet the criteria for the shift. For example, shift requires someone with Food Handling KPI completed, so only those with Food Handling KPI will be able to accept shift. Open Shifts are marked with shift accept button at bottom of Shift Detail view.

Note! Accepting open shifts is first come first serve basis.

Notifications

Everytime a new shift is published to Job Board, you will receive in app notification for it. You can also refresh Job Board to see shifts listed. You can see the full details of notification if you click the Notification menu

Tip! And you can directly go to detail view by clicking on the notification.

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