Use our “Sort by availability” filter.
You can locate the “Availability” filter within your project on the far right underneath the “Sort By” drop down.
After doing so, we will sort your project by each candidates availability score. Candidates at the top will have the highest score.
Use targeted phrases in the mandatory skills section.
This is also a great way to target candidates who have openly stated somewhere on there public profile that they’re searching for a new job.
I’ve listed a variety of phrases that you can use at the end of this article.
Use those same phrases as job titles.
Similar to option #2, although this will capture candidates who state they’re “open” or “looking” in their job title.
Actively Seeking A New Role
Actively Seeking New Job
Actively Seeking New Opportunities
Available For New Contract
Available For New Opportunities
Available For New Opportunity
Looking For A Contract Position
Looking For A Full-Time Position
Looking For A New Opportunity
Looking For New Job
Looking For A New Job
Looking For New Opportunities
Looking For New Opportunity
Looking For A New Role
Open To New Opportunities
Open For New Opportunities
Seeking A New Job
Seeking A Full-Time Position
Seeking New Contract Position
Seeking New Contract Role
Seeking New Job
Seeking New Job Opportunity
Seeking New Opportunities
Seeking New Opportunity
If you're still having a hard time finding candidates, you can broaden your search by adding shorter phrases or key terms in the mandatory skills section.
This should still be accurate and increase your candidate pool drastically. Below is a list of those terms:
In Search Of
Put your market knowledge in action. If you are aware of a company/ companies having lay offs, then do a quick search finding candidates from that specific company using the Companies filter.
Please reach out to [email protected] or directly contact your TAS manager for more training on this topic.