When conducting structured interviews, there will be two roles within your hiring team those are:
- Interviewers (you can have more than 1 interviewer)
- Feedback editor (you can only have 1 feedback editor)
This article explains each type of these users and what they are eligible to 'see' on the platform.
In the same way that we suggest using 3 reviewers for Sift questions to obtain the 'Wisdom of the Crowd' For Interviews we recommend 2-3 interviewers per interview round.
Each interviewer receives a personal scoring links for each candidate within each interview round. By using this link, interviewers can score candidates and add notes to support their scoring decisions.
Interviewers only see their own scores and notes.
Below is a demonstration of what interviewers can do.
Feedback editors have a key role when it comes to boosting candidate experience. They can write candidate-facing feedback using the notes and scores given by the interviewers.
Interviewers can be Feedback editors or you can appoint a Feedback Editor who hasn't been part of the interviewing team.
Each feedback Editor receives a separate link per candidate and using this link, they can see the scores and notes given by all interviewers and summarise feedback that will be shared with the candidate.
Below is a peek at what feedback editors do.
Admin users with full access to roles can view the candidate scores and written notes for each candidate.
Candidates are sent written links to access their written feedback directly and Admin users with full access can also access candidate feedback, via the Admin view of the candidate application and candidate record.
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