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Page Location: Admin > Codes > Job Boards > Monster

Monster codes will be available to a user when the Monster job board has been enabled and the user selected to have access as detailed in Admin > Job Boards > Monster.

The Monster configurable code tables available in Admin > Codes > Job Boards > Monster are listed below.  These codes are Monster specific and should be verified with Monster before submitting jobs. The list for codes as of August 2013, can be found at http://integrations.monster.com/Toolkit under the “Enumerations” dropdown.

User View: When the user completes the Monster page in the requisition file these codes are used.

Codes may be imported using the import keys listed below:

Table Name Import Key
Cities MONCITY
Countries MONCY
Industries MONIND
Job Categories        MONJC
Job Levels     MONJL
Occupations     MONOCC
Salary Types MONST
Library Items MONLIB


.csv file should contain Code & Description in that order

Creating Monster Codes

After clicking "Add new record." enter in the necessary information to create a new code.

Due to the extent of the possible codes used in each category, frequency of change and available through Monster, the full listing of codes is not included with this document. Please contact directly with Monster related to this lists. 

It is recommended that ONLY the codes which are relevant to your organization be added as options.  For that reason, codes are not pre-defined in Cyber Recruiter.

Notes Related to the Codes

Cities
Do not import the locations table from Monster. Those are not cities but Search Locations.  They’re the regions we break the states down to, sort of like DMAs, for the search engine.   Some of them are named for the big city that the region is based around, others are more general - such as “Boston North” or “Northern” NJ

Cyber Recruiter needs a code to be established so it can appear in a pick list BUT the Code does not matter, since those are not part of the feed. Build the city list using cities that are relevant to your company.

Job Categories
Set this table up before you set up the Occupations table.

Occupations
Import the Occupations spreadsheet and then tie the Job Category to the Occupation using the Applies To column.
Countries
Use the two letter code associated with the country. Do not put a numeric value in the Code field as it will cause your file to fail.

Inactivating Monster Codes

At this time Monster codes cannot be inactivated.

NOTE: If a code cannot be inactivated, it is not recommended to delete the code as this could cause "holes" in your data. Instead, consider adding a "z" to the beginning of the Description field as this will move the code to the bottom of the list.