There are two way to find candidates using the candidate list: using the filters in the 'All candidates' list, or by applying a position's filters.
Using filters in the 'All candidates' list
Narrow your search for candidates by applying filters to the list, so that you can quickly find great candidates that match what you're looking for.
You can filter on:
- Locations candidates are willing to work in
- Roles candidates are interested in, such as "Full Stack Engineer", "UX Designer" or "Product Manager"
- Overall years of work experience
- Salary bracket
- Keywords that are present in candidates' profiles
To find out more about managing the candidate list by “favouriting” and “hiding” candidates, be sure to check out this guide.
Applying a position filter
Positions enable you to manage your hiring pipelines more easily.
By using positions you can:
Save your search criteria - define your search criteria once and you'll be able to search our list with a single click when you log in.
Easily attach a job specification when you reach out - define a job specification and we’ll automatically send it to every candidate you contact for that position.
Organise your workflow - favourite candidates for a specific position and see the progress of your positions' pipelines at a glance.
Receive alerts for your hiring team - select members of your team to receive weekly alerts for any new candidates matching the position you've created.
Gain access to position analytics - track your success rates and quickly see the number of candidates in your pipeline.
You can create positions directly from the candidate list, from any candidate profile, or from your positions dashboard.
Keep in mind that your Positions will not be visible anywhere publicly, no one will apply directly to them. You will need to send it along with an Interview Request to any candidates you're interested in.
All positions saved by your company will be visible from your dashboard, from here you will be able to gather insights on your hiring progress for each position. Get metrics on how many hires you’ve made, number of interview requests sent, and your accept to decline ratio.
You can also edit positions from your dashboard, such as general settings and filtering. For example: how many openings you have, the job spec or filters.