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Connect OfferZen to Workable

Connect OfferZen to Workable to hire software engineers

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Written by Robyn Luyt
Updated over a week ago

You can manage your ATS integration by going to More > Integrations.

What you can expect after connecting with Workable:

  • You will be able to link a position in OfferZen to the corresponding Workable job.

  • Candidates will automatically be sent to the relevant job in Workable when they accept your interview request on OfferZen.

  • As you move a candidate through the stages in your hiring process, the application stage syncs back and is displayed on OfferZen.

  • Your Account Manager will be able to see upcoming interviews scheduled with a candidate in Workable to make collaboration even easier.

Follow these steps to see candidates in Workable:

Configuring the Integration

Note: Only users with an All Access role can create an API key.

Navigate to your Integrations page. You will find the link to the page under the 'More' menu in the main navigation.

Click on the "Connect" button for Workable. You will be prompted to create an API key on Workable to enable the integration.

Creating the API key

  1. Log in and click on your profile icon in the upper right-hand corner to open up the dropdown menu. Click Settings.

  2. Click Integrations in the left menu.

  3. Go to the Access Token section on the page. If you do not have an API key created yet, click Generate new token and copy the new API key.

  4. Take note of the subdomain that appears when you log into Workable. For example, if you sign in at โ€œacme.workable.comโ€, take note of โ€œacmeโ€ only.

Finalising the integration

Return to the OfferZen integrations page and follow the steps to connect Workable. Paste the subdomain and API key into the text box when requested.

๐ŸŽ‰ Awesome! Workable is now integrated with OfferZen.

Next, follow these steps to link your OfferZen positions to the relevant Workable jobs or get started by creating your first position.

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