As soon as you finish reviewing the sample candidates, you’ll have access to the candidate’s profile information. You can see who your candidates are and information enriched by Hiretual’s intelligence system.
Candidate list view
By default, the system illustrates the candidate in a list that sorts by ‘Best match’ and you have four other options:
- Title relevance
- Skill relevance
- Date: Ascending
- Date: Descending
The ‘Best match’ sorts by an intelligent score system that considering all factors including skills, title, and other search requirements.
The list view will show you the most two recent titles with the two highest degrees, plus relevant skills you asked on the search.
You can click on the candidate’s name to see more detail.
Candidate resume view
The resume view provides more granularity information including publications, GitHub performance, and Hiretual’s Insights.
The Insights is generated by predictive modeling. There is usually Availability, Average Market Value, and Expertise.
- Availability: Driven by the candidate’s behavior on how often changing jobs or switching companies. Many other factors including company layoffs, stock performance, macroeconomics, etc.
- Average Market Value: The number specifically towards salary, not the total comp. It’s entirely based on prediction related to the cost of living, title, years of working experience, and current company.
- Expertise: The information relies on two factors. Skills and job responsibility.
You can gather a ton of information that can better understand the candidate and present it to the hiring manager.
At last, you can click on ‘Open profile in a new window’ to download a PDF resume.
Download/Export resume, and edit resume
There will be a big blue button on the top left screen showing ‘Export as PDF’ that helps you download the file.
Besides, you can edit the resume by click on either
to enrich the profile. Most importantly, the information edit by you always capped within the team.