You don’t have to do this alone. Define the team of people who will be involved in selecting the right candidate for the job. A team can be as large or as small as you like. There are 3 job roles that can be involved in a team.
- Hiring Manager – the owner of the job and the person who is hiring the candidate. Hiring Managers have full edit capabilities on the job. By default, we define the person who created the job in career.place the Hiring Manager role. There must be 1 (and only 1) Hiring Manager defined in every job post.
- Recruiter – the person or persons assigned to assist the Hiring Manager in setting up the job and reviewing candidate responses. Like Hiring Managers, Recruiters have full edit capabilities on the job. There can any number of Recruiters defined on the job team. These Recruiters can be internal to your organization or can be a 3rd party you can invite to be part of your team.
- Reviewer – subject matter experts who help review candidate responses to homework and interview submissions. Reviewers do not have edit capabilities on the job. In addition, during homework and interview submission reviews, they cannot see the ratings of other job team members but can see comments made so they can collaborate. There can be any number of Reviewers defined on the job team.
Note: Since there can only be 1 Hiring Manager defined for a job team, changing any user on that team to the job role of Hiring Manager will automatically change the original Hiring Manager person to a Recruiter.