If you're wondering how you can apply for shifts, whether you have a shift coming up, or how many shifts you have completed, its important you can navigate the Sidekicker dashboard. 

The tab on the top that says "Categories" will allow you to filter your dashboard based on specific roles. To see all jobs you have access to ensure you have selected "All".

Open projects

A job will start in "Open" and this means you can apply for your job. Note that unless jobs appear under the "open projects" section, you will be unable to apply for them. 

Applied

After you submit your application statement to a job it will move from "Open" to the "Applied" section. Your application will sit in this section until it has been reviewed by the client. If the client accepts you application, the job will then move to the  "active" section and you will receive a notification. If the client chooses not to select your application, it will disappear from the "active" section and you will be notified by email.

Active

If the client accepts you application, the job will then move to the  "Active" section and you will receive a notification. If the client chooses not to select your application, it will disappear from the "active" section and you will be notified by email.

The "Active" section is also where you can see all the details of your shift and log your hours once you have worked at the shift.

Awaiting Review

After you complete your timesheet the job will move into "Awaiting Review". This is where the client reviews and approves your hours for payment and they can leave a review and star rating.

Completed

 Once the job has passed through the previous sections, it will move into the "Completed" section. This allows Sidekicks to view the shifts that they have previously completed on their profile.

Passed

When you click on a job in your open projects, it will give you an option to pass or apply. If you click pass, the job will be sent to your "passed" section. This removes the job from your "open" section, allowing you to filter the jobs that you prefer. 

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