Each job that you create can have a dedicated team associated with it. This team consists of a Hiring Manager and then all of the people that person invites to their job team.
The Hiring Manager is the main person responsible for that job. They will typically be the one creating the job ad, posting it and managing the applicant intake. That hiring lead can then invite an unlimited amount of users to be part of managing that job.
By setting up Hiring Teams, it allows a Hiring Manager to control who sees the updates for that job. For example, you can separate Hiring Teams between Sales and Technology so that Sales aren’t bombarded with job applications for an HTML developer and vice-versa.
To view the Hiring Manager for a particular job, all you have to do is:
1: Click on JOBS to view all the jobs your company currently has.
2: Pick a job (we’re assuming you’ll probably pick one in the OPEN section)
3: Click on the HIRING TEAM tab
Under the column “Hiring Team Members”, the first person on the list will be the Hiring Manager assigned to that job. You’ll see this reflected in the TITLE column.
Under that person are all the people that are associated with that particular job.
ADMIN and OWNER level users can also swap out the Hiring Manager for a job at any time. You can do this by simply clicking on the “Change Hiring Manager” link and then choose another user from your team.
You’ll notice that each job’s team can have dedicated permission associated with them. These will affect all the members of your team for that particular job only. In other words, each job can have its own unique permissions attached to it.
The permissions you can set for each job are as follows:
* Allowing your team to edit a candidate’s star ranking
* Allowing your team to edit the job once it’s been created
* Allowing your team to edit the workflow for an applicant who has applied to that job
* Allowing your team to see all the Internal Job Information for that job including things like Salary and EEO Category.
Remember: These permissions are job specific. For example, if Joe is on the hiring team for jobs A and B, the Hiring Manager can allow him to edit the candidate star ranking on A but not allow him to edit it on B.
Also - these permissions won’t apply to ADMIN or OWNER level users. They can do all of these things by default.