Roles and Permissions

In Here You'll Find:

Information about the various user roles a Program has and the permissions associated with them

Roles and Permissions:

Awato has 4 distinct roles that every Program can use. These roles can be assigned to any user within your program via the User Management page.

Role Description Permissions
User Default role. Everyone in Awato always has the permissions of a User, even if they are set to a different role.
  • Take Assessments
  • View their own Assessment results
  • View their own Career Matching
  • View their own Degree Matching
  • Create and edit their own Documents
  • Apply for jobs on Job Board
  • View and edit their own User Settings
  • Open support
Counselor Counselors can be assigned students. They can view the assessment and matching activity of the students they are assigned in User Reports, and the Document activity in Document Tracking.
All the roles for the User, plus:
  • Can invite students
  • Can be assigned students
  • Can view students User Reports
  • Can view student document activity and creation
  • Can review student documents and leave suggestions
  • Can set student document status
Program Admin Program Admins share many of the same permissions as counselors, however cannot be assigned students. They additionally can manage the roles of other users in the system. All the roles for the User, plus:
  • Can invite users to the program
  • Can manage and set roles for all users
  • Can view students User Reports
  • Can view student document activity and creation
  • Can review student documents and leave suggestions
  • Can set student document status
Program Owner Program Owners share many of the same permissions as Program Admins, however they can also set sensitive program settings that adjust how features operate. All the roles for User, plus:
  • Can invite users to the program
  • Can manage and set roles of all users
  • Can view students User Reports
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