Draw a detailed Context Diagram and a detailed Level 0 Diagram for the following system:
Applicants for positions at Humbolt submit their resumes and job applications to the Screening Bureau of the Human Resources Department, which receives and reviews the job application. A copy of the application is filed in the applicant data bank, a date is scheduled for an on-site interview and the request for references is sent to the External Contacts Coordinator. The scheduled date (along with the application and resume) are sent to one of the human resources managers, who conducts a pre-interview with the applicant. If the pre-interview goes well and the applicant seems suitable for the position then the H.R. Manager’s positive evaluation is attached to the application and is forwarded to the manager of the functional area in which the position is available. Otherwise, the application is put on file in the ‘dead pile’ and a letter is dispatched to the applicant informing them that ‘despite their excellent qualifications, no position is available for them at this time’, but that their ‘application will be kept on file, in case an appropriate position will open up in the future’. The letter also thanks to the applicant for their interest in Humbolt.
The External Contacts Coordinator receives the request for references, reviews the application (which she retrieves from the applicant data bank), and contacts the job references identified by the applicant on their resume. She then produces a one-page summary of the references that are forwarded to the manager of the functional area in which the position is available
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