Job types are used to distinguish between different types of users and the access rights they have.

Hover over the cog icon in the nav bar to find manager and admin functions.

Click create new job type.

Enter the name of the job type followed by the access level required.

For example, a job type of coordinator will have an employer access level meaning they can see all store’s rotas and book locums. 

Whereas the job type of pharmacy manager will have employee access level and only be able to view and edit their own rota.

To enable scheduling for that job type, tick the ‘Scheduled Enabled’ tick box.

This will ensure that when you assign users with that job type to a branch or area, they appear in the schedule for those locations.

If that job type relates to a relief worker (employee who works across multiple stores on short notice), tick the relief worker text box.

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