The simple-to-use Contract Templates feature has been designed to make your contractual tasks much easier and quicker. Here’s how to create templated contracts for your vessels.

How to use the Contract Templates feature

Log in to your Martide account and click on Settings in the drop down menu under your profile picture and then on Contract Templates:

screenshot of Martide website showing where to access the Contract Templates area

That will take you to this page. In our example, we already have 2 Contract Templates:

screenshot of Martide website showing the main Contract Templates page

Here you can:

  • Add a new Contract Template.
  • Edit or delete an existing Contract Template.
  • Sort your Contract Templates by A-Z or Z-A by clicking the 3 lines next to Name.

How to add a new Contract Template

Click the blue + Add template button on the top right of the page (see image above). You will see this pop-up box:

screenshot of the Martide website showing the template text box

Here you can:

  • Enter the name of your contract in the Name box.
  • Type (or copy and paste) your contract directly into the Template Text box.
  • You can use HTML to format your contract's text if you wish to.
screenshot of Martide website showing a contract text in the box

Click the blue Save button at the bottom when you’re finished. The template will now appear on the main Contract Template page.

How to edit or delete a Contract Template

On the main Contract Template page click on the pen icon to edit a contract or the trash can icon to delete it.

screenshot showing the pen and trash can icons

If you click the pen icon to edit you will be taken back to your Contract Template. The pop-up box is exactly the same as when you created the template - simply make your edits and click Save.

A note about Contract Templates

  • As the name suggests, these contracts are templates. The final contract will be generated at the Contract Sign stage on the Recruitment page / in the Recruitment Pipeline. The contract will be generated per position (vessel/rank), per candidate.

We hope you found this guide to Contract Templates useful but if you need any other help, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us here.