Manage Mobile-Friendly Career Site

Mobile-friendly career sites enable job seekers to search for and apply to jobs on desktop or mobile devices. Applicants will have the same experience on your career site regardless of the device they are using. Google Analytics is also supported on mobile-friendly career sites. You can create a mobile-friendly career site, and create a customized job alert template to send email alerts.

To manage the mobile-friendly career site, go to Admin > Tools > Recruit > Career Sites.​

Job Postings Note: When posting a job requisition to a mobile-friendly career site, the posting can take up to 15 minutes to appear.

Create Mobile-Friendly Career Sites

  1. Go to Admin > Tools > Recruit > Career Sites.
  2. Click the Add Mobile-Friendly Career Site link. Use the information below to complete the fields.

For information about creating mobile-friendly candidate experience application workflows, see the Create Mobile-Friendly Application Workflow (Early Adopter) topic in Online Help.

Edit Mobile-Friendly Career Sites

  1. In the Career Site Title column, select a mobile-friendly career site.

  2. Click the edit icon. The Settings page opens.

  3. Make any necessary changes.

Career Site Language Settings

As with functionality for standard career sites, you can select the languages in which applicants can view the career site. In the Career Site Language(s) field, you can check Select All to select all available languages. Or, check the individual boxes for the languages you would like to include. The languages that are available to select are the languages enabled for the portal.

When applicants view the career site, the languages that you selected will appear in the language drop-down. The career site will then update to display in the selected language.


Enter a title in the Title field, up to 250 characters. The title displays on the Career Site Management page.

Allow Search Engines to Index Site

The Allow search engines to index site option lets you enable or disable the ability for search engines to index the site. When you allow search engines to index your career site, more candidates can find and apply to your jobs. They can use job search methods they are familiar with and see all of your available jobs that match their skills.

This option is checked by default for newly created mobile-friendly career sites. The option is disabled by default for existing career sites that were created before implementation of this enhancement.

Check the box to enable search engine indexing. Jobs that are posted to this career site via the Job Postings page will be searchable on search engines.

When the option is unchecked, candidates will not be able to find the jobs that are posted to this career site on search engines.

Logo Image for Search Engines

Pre-Step Note: There must at least one image added to Corporate Preferences in order to select a logo for your jobs.

With the Logo Image for Search Engines option, you can add a corporate logo, which will appear right next to each job on the search engine. A logo provides immediate recognition for your brand. This can also help candidates identify your jobs more quickly in the future.

To select a logo:

  1. Click the drop-down to view the list of images. The images that display are the images that were configured in Corporate Preferences.
  2. Select an image from the drop-down.

If you opt not to define a logo, Google will attribute a default logo to the job posting based on the first letter of your organization's name.

This image will also be used when sharing a job on Facebook and LinkedIn. To see how the shared job will appear, you can copy and paste the URL of a job details page into the post inspector for Facebook and LinkedIn:

  • Facebook:
  • LinkedIn:

Career Site General Settings

Mobile-friendly career sites allow you to configure a header and footer, as well as a background image. Also, a Connect With Us URL is automatically generated.

Edit Layout

In this section, you can add a banner image and banner text. You can also add additional content that will appear above the Filters and Current Openings sections on the career site.

Hide Links and Buttons on Job Details Page

The Back to Search link, Share button, and Save button on the Job Details page can be hidden by adding code to the HTML tab for the Advanced Header or Advanced Footer. After clicking the HTML tab in the Advanced Header section, enter <style> </style> with one or more of the following lines of code in between:

Hide “Back to Search” Link

.p-view-jobdetailsnavigation {




Hide “Share” Button on Job Details Banner

[data-tag="shareButtonBanner"] {




Hide “Share” Button at Bottom of Page

[title="Share"] {




Hide “Email” Option on Share Button

[title="Email"] {




Hide “LinkedIn” Option on Share Button

[title="LinkedIn"] {




Hide “Facebook” Option on Share Button

[title="Facebook"] {




Hide “Save” Button on Job Details Banner

[data-tag="save-job-button"] {




Hide “Save” Button at Bottom of Page

[title="Save Job"] {



Non-Configurable Options

Mobile-friendly career sites have different configuration settings than standard career sites. The following options are not configured on mobile-friendly career sites:

  • Allow Search Engines to Index Site
  • Meta Page Title
  • Meta Page Description
  • Enable Mobile Site
  • Mobile Image
  • Mobile Color
  • Allow Apply with LinkedIn
  • Allow Connect with Facebook
  • Referrals
  • Apply as Guest - Note: The Apply as Guest feature is available for responsive career sites but does not have the ability to be enabled or disabled. It is always enabled. For information about how mobile-friendly applicants claim an account and the importance of configuring the Application Confirmation - As Guest email, see the Application - Apply as Guest topic in Online Help.

Widget Settings

Widgets cannot be added to mobile-friendly career sites. Instead, applicants search for jobs using the job/keyword and location search bar. Images are added using the banner image option and the text box options.

The following search options, which on standard career sites are configured on the Search Jobs Widget Settings pop-up, cannot be configured for mobile-friendly career sites:

  • Naming the search page
  • Search fields, such as Division, Compensation Type, Employment Type, etc.
  • Custom search fields
  • Allow advanced search
  • Number of results to display (Note: Mobile-friendly career sites display an infinite number of results. As applicants scroll down, more search results appear.)
  • Job alerts (Note: Job alerts are not available on mobile-friendly career sites.)
  • Allow results sharing
  • Results view - List or Table