Marshall University uses PeopleAdmin as the system for job postings and applicant tracking as well as position management. Below are guides and instructions on how to use the system. For complete updates, please see our list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
How to Begin Using the System
How to Apply for Jobs – To apply for jobs in PeopleAdmin, you must first have an account. Once you have created your account, you can begin applying for a job.
How to Begin using the Employee Portal – You must have an Employee Profile (Role). If your role is not correct, you will not be able to access the information you need.
Log In – You will log in through MyMU. You will select the Employees option of the menu on the right. You will then have the PeopleAdmin image under the Quick Links menu.
Navigation – PeopleAdmin has a new interface and navigation has changed. We have instructions on how to navigate through the new system.
How the System Works – To see the workflow in a visual/diagram format
Create a Custom View – You can create a custom search view in PeopleAdmin. You can also export the results of this view into a Report.
Faculty and Staff
Positions – How to Create/Modify for Faculty/Staff
Before you post a position in the Applicant Tracking (Hire) Module, you must first make sure the position has accurate information in the Position Management (Positions) Module. (this excludes Graduate Assistants)
If you have a new position to post, you must first create the position description in PeopleAdmin. REVISED!
Job Postings – How to Create for Faculty/Staff
Now that your position has been created or modified, you are now ready to create a job posting in the Applicant Tracking (Hire) Module. (this excludes Graduate Assistants)
Once you have created/modified your position in PeopleAdmin, you are now ready to create your job posting.
Supplemental questions are a method of gathering additional, job-specific information to assist the search committee in identifying candidates to move forward in the applicant process. This guide can help you with choosing the correct questions for your posting.
How to Approve Your Process
An important part of the PeopleAdmin position and posting process is the approval. Employees who have been designated as an an approver must take action for the process to be complete.
The PeopleAdmin process for a Graduate Assistant is different than Faculty and Staff. Graduate assistant positions are not stored in the Position Management (Positions) Module. You will post the position and complete the Hiring Proposal.