We will now look at viewing applications for candidates.
To quickly access the candidates, simply click on the number listed in the “Candidates” column.
An alternative way to access candidates
Many of us instinctually click the position title to access candidates.
By clicking on the position title, you will access the Requisition Details and additional information, as well as another opportunity to view candidates.
JOB REQUISITION DETAILThe JOB REQUISITION DETAIL page includes the standard fields for the position information, such as:
DepartmentEmployee DesignationEmployee GroupEmployee SubgroupNumber of HoursEmployment PercentageRetirement EligibilityBackground Check DetailsCost CentersRecruitment MethodProposed AdvertisementPosition SupervisorDepartment ContactSearch Committee Chair and Members
If you move to the next tab to the right, JOB PROFILE, you will be able to view the imported job description for Classified positions.
When the Originator created the requisition for a classified position, the approved job description populated based on position title.
For unclassified positions, an HR Recruiting team member entered the details provided by the department via the Originator.
CANDIDATES (from the position title)
The “CANDIDATES” tab will include the number of candidates. Click on this tab to view the candidates.
Once you clicked on the CANDIDATES link, the dashboard of candidates will display.
Candidates (from the Requisition Dashboard)
Or again, you can click the number in the Candidates column on the Requisition Dashboard
In most cases, the applicants will be located in the New Application step or “bucket.”
The talent pipeline refers to the optional and required steps of the process.
Only the “Recommended for Hire” step is required.
Committees may use the additional steps to sort candidates. It is not required to process candidates through each step of the talent pipeline.
There are additional features available in the “Interview” step and that will be covered in another presentation.
Seek the number in the step process, in this case at New Application.
Click on the candidate’s name to view the candidate’s details, including the candidates’ contact information, resume, and answers to the pre‐screening questions.
The candidate’s employment application is displayed in the middle of the page. To view the entire application use the scroll bar on the right hand side of the screen.
You can view the resume by either clicking on the “Resume” link with the icon or by the button “Resume” further to the right, and you can toggle back and forth from the application and resume.
“Right Column” on the candidate’s application
The right column includes system history information.
This is updated during the candidate’s process, including the background check information and offer letter for positions that are eligible for offer letters.
You may also utilize the “Action” drop down menu to view all of the resumes.
Click the button next to “Name” to select all.
Click on “Action” to open the menu and select, “View Resume” to view the resumes in the Resume Viewer mode.
Resume Viewer mode
1. Use the arrow button to scroll through the resumes.
2. Click on the “X” to escape from the Resume Viewer.
Print or Save
The “Print or Save” option on the menu is available for you to generate a file with the resume and application with the option of printing or saving.
Mass Print with resumes and cover letters
Share this file securely with members on the search committee who may not have access to the file, for example, students, including graduate students and external (non‐University employee) search committee members.
Mass Print for Unclassified jobs (faculty, researchers, coaches, executives)Share this file securely with members on the search committee who may not have access to the file, for example, students, including graduate students and external (non‐University employee) search committee members.
Additional Columns: New Status
Identifies where the candidate’s application is in the application process. Search committee members are responsible for reviewing applications.
Additional Columns: Source
Identifies how the candidate’s application was submitted.
This will help determine where the candidate found the job advertisement and how the candidate was directed to the career site.
To remove the job announcement from careers.olemiss.edu to stop applicants from applying,email [email protected] with the request. Please include as much information as possible; position title and department.
The search committee can still access the application.