Purpose: This document provides step-by-step instructions for publishing, deactivating and deleting a Job Profile in Calibrate.
Audience: This document is meant to be used by Job Profile Editors as part of the Job Profile lifecycle.
Assumptions: The Job Profile you want to deactivate and/or delete has already been published.
Before you begin: The Job Profile you want to publish may or may not be validated. Job Profiles do not need to be validated to be published, although that is best practice.
You must deactivate a Job Profile before you delete it. Once you delete a Job Profile you cannot retrieve it—it will have to be recreated from scratch.
You can find the definition of the capitalized words used in this User Guide in the SkillsEngine dictionary located here.
Publish a Job Profile
1] Login if necessary and navigate to the Job Profile Dashboard of the Job Profile you want to publish.
2] In the upper right click Publish.
|NOTE: If the Job Profile is Draft mode, the button to the right of Publish will say Validate. If the Job Profile is in Review mode, the button to the right will say Revise.|
3] The Publication notification pops up.
4] Optionally select the Don't show me again textbox.
5] Click Okay. The Job Profile status changes to Published.
Deactivate a Job Profile
6] Login if necessary and navigate to the published Job Profile Dashboard.
7] In the upper right corner click the three dot menu .
8] From the popup menu click Deactivate Profile.
9] When the warning appears, click Yes, Deactivate.
10] The Job Profile status changes to Inactive.
|NOTE: You can republish an inactive Job Profile by reactivating it.|
Reactivate a Job Profile
11] Login if necessary and navigate to the Job Profile Dashboard of the inactive Job Profile. Make sure the Include Inactive checkbox is checked when locating the Job Profile.
12] In the upper right corner click the Reactivate button. The Job Profile status changes to Published.
Delete a Job Profile
13] Login if necessary and navigate to the inactive Job Profile Dashboard.
14] In the upper right corner click the three dot menu and click Delete Job Profile.
15] When the warning appears, click Yes, Delete.
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