- Click Create widget → choose Contact
- On the Appearance choose a color and position for the form
- Switch to Content → click Choose template → choose Job application form
- (Optional) Add new fields, remove custom fields, reorder fields by drag-and-drop
- Switch to Success page to check the final message
- Click OK → activate the widget
If you want to accept job applications through your website, use GetSiteControl to create a custom online job application form that will send new applications straight to your email inbox. Start with our job application form template and then customize the form to meet your specific needs. Add or remove fields, easily reorder fields by drag-n-drop to collect the details you need. Follow the steps below to build a perfect employment application form and publish it on your website. No coding skills required!
Open your GetSiteControl dashboard and click the Create widget button to create a new widget. Select Contact from the drop-down list.
On the Appearance tab choose where on the page you want the form to be positioned. Switch between available position options using the corresponding icons at the top of the tab. You can see the result in the preview window.
Here you can also change the form’s color. Pick one main color and have all other colors automatically matched or choose custom colors for the form’s elements (button, text, etc.)
Switch to the Content tab and click on the Choose template link to select one of the available form templates. Choose Job application form.
You can choose to leave the fields as they are if they suit your needs. You can also add new fields and remove any of the existing ones if necessary.
Use the Remove option to remove an existing field. If you want to add a new field, use the +Add field button that will open the list of available field types.
You can reorder the fields by dragging and dropping them.
If you want to change the success message that’s shown after the form is filled out, switch to the Success page tab.
The Final action is what happens after someone fills out the form. The default option is to show the ‘thank you’ message. You can also choose to simply close the form or redirect the respondent to another page.
The last three tabs are optional. You can leave these settings as they are by default.
- Behavior: this is where you can specify when and how often the form will be displayed and when it should stop appearing. For more detailed information, check this guide.
- Targeting: here you can choose which groups of visitors will see the form and what pages it will be displayed on. For more detailed information on page targeting, check this page. You can choose to target visitors by browser, OS, device type, referrer, UTM tags, IP, geographical location or language.
- Integrations: here you can set up an email autoresponder or integrate your form with any popular email marketing app (MailChimp, AWeber, GetResponse, MailerLite, Benchmark Email, Campaign Monitor, etc.)
When you are done editing your form, click OK to save the changes. When you first create a widget it’s deactivated which means it’s not yet live on your actual website. You can leave it deactivated if you want to make changes to the form before publishing it. If you are ready to publish the form on your website, activate it.
After you activate the widget, it will go live on your website at once. When someone fills it in, you will receive an email notification and will be able to reply to the applicant right from your email inbox.
Other articles you might find helpful:
- How to set up an email autoresponder
- Behavior settings overview
- How to set up URL targeting (page targeting)
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at email@example.com.