Job Requisitions

Overview of Job Requisitions

This article will teach you how to find a Job Requisition within Workday.  Job Requisitions are needed in order to post the unfilled positions to the broader world to then allow you to select the most qualified candidate.  Job Requisitions allow you to verify information previously entered, and/or check on the progress of the candidates through the selection process.

Below you will find instructions on how to Create Job Requisitions, Instructions on how to find a Job Requisition, and Key Components of the Job Requisition

Please remember that the posting of a vacant position can only be done if there is a Job Requisition

Typically hiring managers want their search members to have access to the Job Requisition. Please work with your recruiter to ensure these folks are added as search members.


Finding Job Requisition

  1. Log in to Workday.

  2. Click on the Recruiting Application.

  3. Click on either My Recruiting Jobs or Job Requisitions, pick whichever one works best for you.

  4. Once you've found the position/job requisition you are looking for, click it.


Key Components of a Job Requisition

Inside the Job Requisition, there are many tools, below is an overview of the various sections and key information the Job Requisition holds:

  1. General Information you'll notice: Please see Fig. 1 

  2. Recruiting Start Date (i.e. when you began the Create Job Requisition process)

    1. Target Hire Date (i.e. the realistic hire date for an equitable and comprehensive selection process)

    2. Location

    3. Hiring manager

    4. Summary of candidates

    5. Tabs of different viewpoints

  3. There are several tabs to show you various viewpoints and additional information. They are:

    1. Overview: images to show snapshot information of where in the process your candidates are and the source of those candidates to our posting

    2. Candidate Grid: information about the candidates currently or previously in process

    3. Details: information about the position including compensation, job description, and past business records.

    4. Organizations: Ignore. 

    5. Qualifications: Ignore. 

    6. Job Postings: URL information for our external and internal candidate applications.  


Fig. 1



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