Managing Your Job Posts

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by Derek Williamson
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The Locations tab in your account is where you can find a link to your job post previews, and manage the Hiring Status for all your job postings.

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On this page, you can:

Hiring Status

HigherMe allows you to manage all your job postings in one place. You can control whether or not candidates can apply to your jobs and how visible they are by using these statuses:

  • Off - Removes job posting visibility from HigherMe and all partner sites. Applicants are not able to apply
  • Passive - Activates the job posting, but limits availability to the HigherMe site. A Passive job is not shared with our network of partner sites
  • Active - Job posting is fully activated and shared with our network of partner sites, allowing it to be seen by as many people as possible.
  • Boost - Clicking the Boost button lets the HigherMe team know you need a greater volume of candidates to your job. Learn more about Boosting a job here.

Average Response Time

Each Location is assigned an Average Response Time to show you how quickly your managers are responding to candidates. The things that contribute to your Average Response Time are:

  • Changing an Applicant Status
  • Clicking "Show Contact Info" on a candidate application
  • Using the Interview Scheduler tool to invite a candidate for a phone or in-person interview. 

It's important to keep your Average Response Time under 48 hours to maximize your hiring. Candidates move on quickly to the next opportunity, so make sure that you're not left behind by contacting candidates quickly! 

Hiring Statistics

On your Locations page, you will see an overall summary of application flow for each location you manage, and an individual breakdown for each job posting at that location. 

Use the Search Locations tool to help you locate a specific location. You can also change the period of time you see the statistics for (by default, you’ll see the numbers for the last 30 days). 

Each row will give you a breakdown of candidate activity for that job and location

  • # of Applications - the total number of applications submitted in the designated time period
  • New Applications - the number of applications submitted in the designated time period that are currently marked with the status “New”
  • Contacted - the number of applications submitted in the designated time period that are currently marked with the status “Contacted”
  • Interviewed - the number of applications submitted in the designated time period that are currently marked with the status “Interviewed”
  • Hired - the number of applications submitted in the designated time period that are currently marked with the status “Hired”
  • Not Interested - the number of applications submitted in the designated time period that are currently marked with the status “Rejected”

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