When you add new users to your Teamspace, you must assign them to a Job. In most cases, Jobs identify a user's company or employer. In some cases, you can use jobs to create work package groups like Window Supplier, Architect or Asset Manager.
You must assign a user to a Job as is it's a requirement for the Issues & SafetiBase features. When creating Issues & Risks, you assign them to a Job and not users, so that the entire team gets notified. Different Teamspaces have unique Job lists, so you might need to create a new one if it's not in the list.
Create a new Job
Open the User Management window
Click on the Jobs tab
Click on the Green Plus button to create a new Job
In the new window write the Job Name and select a job colour
Click on the + ADD JOB button to save it
Interact with an existing Jobs list
Search for any existing job using its name. This is useful for when you have lots of Job entries in your Teamspace.
You can change the colour if any job at any time. Click on the drop-down menu and select a new colour.
If you wish to delete and existing or newly created Job, click on the round minus icon as shown below