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Setting up multiple job templates on Recruiterflow
Setting up multiple job templates on Recruiterflow
Chirag B R avatar
Written by Chirag B R
Updated over a week ago

With Recruiterflow you can now easily set up multiple job templates. This means that every time you create a new job, all the necessary details will be automatically filled in for you. This feature not only saves you time, but also promotes consistency within your team, making collaboration even smoother.

Using the job template, you can create:

  • Job details (Commitment, Engagement Type and Job Description)

  • Application form

  • Stage workflow

  • Scorecards

To create the job template, you can go to:

Job Details

In the first part of the job template, you can choose the level of commitment, type of engagement, and job description. Remember to click save in order to save all of the details.

When you create a new job, these details will be auto-populated. You can always edit and change them.

Application Form

In the section for application forms, you have the ability to create a questionnaire for candidates to complete during their application process. You have the option to default questions or include your own personalized questions. Additionally, you can map the answer to a custom field or create a knockout question.

Interview Plan

The third section of the job template gives you the ability to modify the stages in your pipeline, add or remove interviews, create scorecards for those interviews, and set the fill probability for your pipeline.

Click on Add Stage at the bottom to add stages. Moves stages across the pipeline.

Click on the Edit icon on the stage card to Edit the stage name, add fill probability and add/remove/edit interviews. Click on Configure Scorecard to configure the scorecard for the interview.

Once you are done, click save!

You can select the template while creating a new job.

Note: The job templates will only work for the jobs created after the template is saved. It won't work for pre-existing jobs.

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