We recently updated Team pages and Adobe Talent to help recruiters find talent, but there are some changes older teams may need to make to get up and running again.
In the new iteration of Joblist, the flow would generally look like this:
You, a job recruiter, sign up to Behance using an email address from your company, like firstname.lastname@example.org, and filling it out as you, Joe Smith, not the company, Joe's Creative Company. This would make you a personal profile page linked to you, Joe Smith. Next, if you wanted to post a job, you'd go to the Jobs tab and start to post a Job. You'd then be prompted to go through the Teams workflow--adding a team's name, Joe's Creative Company and then assigning it a URL, be.net/joescreativecompany. What this does is connect your profile page to the team--now you can use that team page to post work done by your company and be a hub for job postings posted on Behance, like Behance's own team page be.net/behance.
The wrinkle that exists in some cases is when you have an old company profile page that uses a desired URL and had past experience posting on Behance. In that case, we'd recommend doing the following:
-Log into your old team/company profile that you used to post jobs in the past
-Navigate to https://www.behance.net/team/onboarding to create a new Team/Company page. If your URL is already in use, choose one close to your desired one--we can help you sort out the usernames once everything is created.
-With the team now created, head over to the Jobs tab
-Start the jobs workflow by entering the name of your newly created team--it should be found right away--and use that Team to host your job.
-Post and pay for your job as normal.
Once the job is posted, you'll want to consider these next steps in the transition:
Step 1: Deciding what to do with your profile
Decide whether you want to rename your old team profile page into a personal profile page for an admin of your team (someone from HR, a lead designer, community manager, owner, etc) or if you want to delete the old team profile and let another Behance member be an admin for your Team page.
Step 2: Add co-owners to projects and collections
You'll want to add co-owners to projects created on your old account so that the projects are still a part of the Team when this account is removed.
To add a co-owner to a project, go to that project's Settings and click " Co-Owner/Credit". Then, type in the name of the co-owner in the box to add them as a co-owner. You can add multiple co-owners. Click "Done" to save--they'll be sent an invitation to co-own your project now.
Make sure the co-owners you add are already in your Team. Detailed instructions on adding project co-owners: https://help.behance.net/entries/21744075
Collections are not a part of Team accounts, but if you want to preserve Collections added to your old account, you can add co-owners to the Collection so people can still access it on their personal accounts. Detailed instructions on adding collection co-owners: https://help.behance.net/entries/21776185
Step 3: Moving followers from your old account to your new Team
Contact our support team to let us know you'd like to transfer followers.
Step 4: Close your old team account
Once your followers have been moved over, we’ll close your old team account. Alternatively, you can change the name on the account to be that of an administrator of your team instead. Just let the support team know which option you’d prefer when you contact us about Step 3.
If you have any questions, be sure to reach out to our support team!