JOBAPP Job application proposal

TBG11 Social Security, Employment and Education

A message specifying detailed information of proposals for one or more job applicants from an employment agency to an employer. The detailed information is related to profession, occupation, age, education, experiences, salaries, other benefits, requested location of the job, work and contract conditions.

Header

Position
Segment
Name
Max use
  1. A service segment starting and uniquely identifying a message. The message type code for the Job application proposal message is JOBAPP. Note: Job application proposal messages conforming to this document must contain the following data in segment UNH, composite S009: Data element 0065 JOBAPP 0052 D 0054 16B 0051 UN

  2. A segment by which the sender must uniquely identify the job application proposal by means of its type and number and, when necessary, its function.

  3. A segment specifying general dates and, when relevant, times related to the whole message. The segment must be specified at least once to identify the document date. The Date/time/period segment within other Segment groups should be used whenever the date or time or period requires to be logically related to another specified data item.

  4. Segment group 1
    Repeat 99
    1. A segment identifying names of the parties, in coded or clear form, and their functions relevant to the Job Application Proposal Message. Identification of the enterprise and the job administration parties is mandatory for the Job Application Proposal Message. It is recommended that, where possible, only the coded form of the party identification should be specified, e.g. where the enterprise and the job administration are known to each other, thus only the coded identification is required, but a job center or a job application address (interview) may vary and would have to be clearly specified, preferably in structured format.

    2. A segment indicating the address of the relevant party.

    3. A segment giving more specific location information of the party specified in the ADR segment, e.g. internal site or building number.

    4. A segment specifying the date or time.

    5. Segment group 2
      Repeat 5
      1. A segment to identify a person or department and their function, to whom communications should be directed.

      2. A segment to identify a communications type and number for the contact specified in the CTA segment, e.g. telephone- number, fax-number, telex-number.

  5. Segment group 3
    Repeat 5
    1. A segment identifying the reference by its number related to the whole message.

    2. A segment specifying the date or time related to the reference.

  6. Segment group 4
    Repeat 5
    1. A segment specifying general indicators for the whole message.

    2. A segment with free text information, in coded or clear form, used when additional information is needed but cannot be accommodated within other segments. In computer to computer exchanges such text will normally require the receiver to process this segment manually.

Detail

Position
Segment
Name
Max use
  1. A mandatory service segment placed before the first user segment in the detail section to avoid segment collision.

  2. Segment group 5
    Repeat 999
    1. A segment identifying the administrative operation of a job application by a number given by an employment agency, e.g. order number of an employment agency.

    2. A segment specifying date and, when relevant, time relating to the RFF segment. Examples of the use of this DTM segment are: order date or time of the employment agency.

    3. Segment group 6
      Repeat 1
      1. A segment giving the identity of the applicant.

      2. A segment specifying the date of birth of the applicant.

      3. A segment indicating the place of birth of the applicant. It may also specify requirements regarding the job location.

      4. A segment indicating nationality (or nationalities) of the person identified in the previous PNA segment.

      5. A segment providing personal information about the applicant: i.e. gender, marital status.

      6. A segment indicating the list of documents the concerned person has in his possession.

    4. Segment group 7
      Repeat 5
      1. A segment specifying general indicators related to the proposed person.

      2. A segment with free text information, in coded or clear form, used when additional information is needed but cannot be accommodated within other segments. In computer to computer exchanges such text will normally require the receiver to process this segment manually.

    5. Segment group 8
      Repeat 99
      1. A segment to give in coded form the requirements for a job application.

      2. A segment with free text information (job qualifications and requirements for individual applicants) related to job advertisement, in coded or clear form, used when additional information is needed but cannot be accommodated within other segments. In computer to computer exchanges such text will normally require the receiver to process this segment manually.

    6. Segment group 9
      Repeat 1
      1. A segment identifying the type of the remuneration requested, and if relevant the name of the remuneration type or contract.

      2. A segment used when additional information regarding the remuneration type or contract and which cannot be accommodated within other segment.

      3. Segment group 10
        Repeat 10
        1. A segment identifying additional remuneration information in coded form. The codes are also related to working condition, working time, employment contract, piece work and remuneration benefits.

        2. A segment specifying in free text form the additional information which cannot be accommodate within other segments.

      4. Segment group 11
        Repeat 2
        1. A segment specifying general indicator related to the remuneration required.

        2. A segment specifying in free text form a process regarding the required remuneration which cannot be accommodated within another segment.

      5. Segment group 12
        Repeat 5
        1. A segment giving information about the type and the amount of the remuneration required.

        2. A segment to identify a remuneration range when the exact remuneration of the previous MOA segment is not available. The remuneration range is related to the type of remuneration in the MOA segment.

        3. A segment in coded and free text form to specify any other information regarding the remuneration amount.

    7. Segment group 13
      Repeat 1
      1. A segment to identify the related area or sector of a qualification and a qualification, in coded or clear form, related to the job advertisement.

      2. A segment indicating the location or place, where the qualification or job should be performed.

      3. Segment group 14
        Repeat 100
        1. A segment identifying, in coded form, the attributes of a profession. The codes are related to education, job experience, special knowledge and qualifications.

        2. A segment with free text information, in coded or clear form, used when additional information is needed but cannot be accommodated within other segments. In computer to computer exchanges such text will normally require the receiver to process this segment manually.

        3. A segment identifying the priority of requirements for a job offered.

      4. Segment group 15
        Repeat 20
        1. A segment specifying a language in coded or clear form.

        2. A segment specifying general indicators of the experience of a language.

  3. A service segment ending a message, giving the total number of segments in the message (including the UNH & UNT) and the control reference number of the message.

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