BIDDING ON A WORK ORDER

As a Field Nation technician, you receive notifications each time a position opens near your location if your profile is enabled. If you consider a work order to be a good fit with your skills and accept the basic conditions from the job site, you can request the position. You can do this either by requesting the position as is, or by making a counter offer. The job site will then either select you, accept your counter offer, counter your counter offer, or decline to work with you. This document discusses bidding on work orders.
 

REQUESTING A POSITION

If the price offered by a job is acceptable, your first step is to request the position.

 

1.             Login to the Field Nation web site.

 

 

2.             Click ‘Available’ under your ‘My Work’ section .

3.             Select a work order to request.

 

 

4.             Read the information under the tab carefully.

5.             Click , located in the top right and bottom right of the work order, to send your request to the job site.

MAKING A COUNTER OFFER

Sometimes the client allows you the opportunity to make a counter offer. If that happens, you may wish to do that instead of immediately accepting or declining the position. This section teaches you how to make a counter offer.

1.             Login to the Field Nation web site.

 

 

2.             Click ‘Available’ under your ‘My Work’ section .

3. Select a work order to request.

 

4.             Read the information under the tab carefully.

5.             Click , located in the top right and bottom right of the work order, to send your counter offer request to the job site.

 

 

6.          Select the type of counter offer (Pay, Schedule, or Expense) that you would like to submit and fill fill out fields for your request.

7.          Explain the reason for your counter offer.

8.          Click if you want to set a time limit for your counter offer.

 

9.       Click  

10.          Click to request the position based on your counter offer.

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