Career Discovery Reimagined | Prosple

Content upload

In the first part of the form we’ll collect information about your organisation to help future talent better understand what a career with you looks like.

This is the first step towards having your organisation featured on the Prosple network.
Once your employer profile is set up, the second part is you will complete your job posting form.

When you click submit, your content will be reviewed and published within 48 hours.

For any questions or support, please email [email protected] or your account manager.

All fields with the red asterisk (*) are required.

Create your employer profile

Before you can upload a job, we need to tell our users a little about your organisation.

If your organisation already has a profile with Prosple, then you can skip this step. If you’re not sure, you can check here.


Basic Details

In this section we'll ask for some basic information about your organisation to fill out your profile.

In case we need to contact you for further information, please provide your email.
Please enter your organisation name as you would like it to appear online.
Please enter any other names that your organisation is currently or formerly known by. This helps students discover you even if they search for the wrong term.
Please provide a link to your recruitment homepage (and tracking tags if required). This is the recruitment landing page on your own site you’d like future talent to visit.


If you don’t have a page on your site dedicated to graduates and early talent, you can contact us about a candidate engagement platform.

Main sector (required)
Second sector (optional)
Third sector (optional)
What ATS does your organisation use? This will help us prioritise integrations.

Branding

In this section you’ll upload your logo and banner that will appear on your profile and helps you communicate more about your organisation’s brand and culture.

Specifications:
• File format: JPEG or PNG
• Minimum dimensions: 240 x 240 pixels
• Maximum size: 10MB

Specifications:
• File format: JPEG or PNG
• Minimum dimensions: 1786 x 642 pixels
• Maximum size: 10MB
Note: If you can’t find a suitable banner image, don’t worry. You can keep moving and we can add one later.


Social media

Provide links to the social media accounts you’d like linked to your profile.


Videos

Provide links to any videos your organisation hosts on YouTube or Vimeo that you’d like added to your profile.


About your organisation

In this section we’d like you to write some brief text about your organisation and what candidates can expect. Taking the time to write a few thoughtful comments will really help your organisation stand out from the crowd.

Please answer the following questions in the third person (use ‘it’, ‘they’. Avoid ‘I’, ‘we’, ‘he/she’). Try and be factual and objective, with minimal bias (the best talent sees through this).

Please write a 150-character (including spaces) statement about your organisation. You can see an example from Google below.

Employer profile summary

Why choose your organisation? *

This is your chance to describe your organisation's key strengths and points of difference. You might like to include brief statements about:

  • What your organisation is best known for
  • What makes your organisation different
  • What candidates value most about your company
  • What corporate social initiatives your organisation engages

What can candidates expect in your recruitment process? *

Please describe your typical recruitment process. If it differs by role, please provide some general guidance on what graduates and early talent should expect. You might like to include:

1. The steps in your recruitment process

  • Application (do they include their CV, cover letter, academic transcript, ID etc)
  • Phone interview (when to expect it, how long, who with)
  • Psychometric or aptitude test (online or in person, how long it takes)
  • Assessment centre or talent trial (how long, what does it involve)
  • In-person interview (how many, who with, types of questions)

2. The selection criteria

  • What successful applicants have in common?

What remuneration and career growth can candidates expect? *

Here you can provide guidance on how your staff are remunerated and promoted. You could include:

  • Gross salary range for graduate and early talent roles (include currency).
  • Other compensation benefits.
  • Career opportunities (travel, team rotations, early responsibility).
  • Promotion timelines (how quickly are top talent promoted?).

Hiring criteria

We’d now like to know a little bit about the types of jobs, internships and other opportunities your organisation plans to post here.


Hiring location