Once your job post is configured and ready to accept applications, you'll need to publish it to your job board, making it visible to the world. But first, you'll need an active Wrk subscription.

The Subscription required modal in Wrk

Adding a payment method

To add a payment method, head to the Plan & billing screen in Account settings. This is accessible from the user menu dropdown in the top right of the screen. One thing to note: you'll need the user role of Owner or Admin to configure billing.

The plan and billing screen in Wrk showing no current payment method

On the Plan & billing screen, you'll see an overview of our per-job pricing model. Click the "Add payment method" button to start setting up your subscription.

You'll be taken to a checkout screen where you can add your desired payment method for the subscription.

The add payment method screen in Wrk

Complete the form and click "Save card". After your payment method is verified, you'll be returned to the Plan & billing screen where you'll see an overview of your subscription. You can click "Manage billing" to update any information about your payment method.

The plan and billing screen in Wrk shown with no published jobs

Publishing your job

With an active Wrk subscription, you're now able to publish job posts. Return to the Job setup screen for the job you want to publish.

The Job setup section in Wrk with a job ready for publishing

Click on the "Publish job post" button and your job post will published to your company job board, ready to accept applications. If you have not yet added a payment method, you'll be instructed to do so.

The Job setup screen in Wrk with a newly-published job

You'll see that the Job post link now contains the URL to the live job post. You can visit your job post by clicking on it.

Your job post is ready to share to the world. As job seekers submit their application, they'll show up in the candidate inbox for that job, where they can be tracked and managed as they progress through your hiring process.

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