Candidates are individuals that qualify for an order or have applied through the Avionté Web Platform Job boards. A candidate is a potential "talent." When an order is displayed, candidates available for that order are displayed. If a talent has been added to an order or applied as a candidate to a job board, then a personalized candidate card is visible in a scrollable talent card list below an order. A candidate card contains details about a specific talent or applicant including an overview, contact information, and other information needed for candidate tracking and placement.
A candidate's data can be compared with order data, enabling the staffing agency to filter qualified applicants according to the order request. Avionté Web Platform's intuitive layout and search functionality give recruiters the power to quickly create, find, and navigate candidate cards.
Candidate Card Header
|Candidate Name||The first and last name of the candidate.|
|Occupation Title||The candidate's listed occupation.|
|Candidate Status||See Candidate Card Status Button information below.|
|Actions Menu||See Candidate Actions Menu information below.|
Candidate Card Status Button
The Candidate Card status button reveals a menu of indicators that are configured by the staffing agency. Avionté Web Platform may offer default values, but the labels may be changed to any status description.
Candidate Card Actions Menu
Add a candidate to order
Avionté Web Platform users are able to associate a candidate to an order from multiple places in the application including the Candidate card. For more information on adding a candidate to an order from the Talent Card, see Talent Card - Talent Card Actions Menu.
- Associate a candidate with an order by selecting Add as candidate to order from the Actions menu on a Candidate from the Auto Match list or the Talent Card.
- The Place to Order pop-up window will display. If recent orders are available, a list will be displayed. If not, select either the Order search or the My open orders button.
- Enter search text in the search field and click the magnifying glass. A list of orders containing the search terms will populate.
- The list can be rearranged by selecting the icon in the Sort by menu.
- Click an order to select it in the list.
- Click Done to associate the candidate with the selected order and close the pop-up window. The candidate is now associated with the order.
Candidate Card QuickLinks
|If the device has the ability to place a phone call, the supported dial pad displays with the number auto-loaded for dialing.|
|Opens a draft email in the recruiter's default email tool. The draft's "To" field is auto-populated with the candidate's primary email address.|
|Opens a new browser window displaying the candidate's most recently parsed resume.|
|Opens the candidate's in-depth profile page containing information such as complete address, associated documents, and parsed resume information.|
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Candidate Card Summary
|Contact Information||The individual's preferred contact data is displayed in the upper-left of the Summary section.|
|Salary desired||The individual's desired salary.|
|Summary||A summarized description of the individual's occupational focus and skill set.|
Edit a Candidate Summary
In the candidate card, the summary information is read-only and is editable in the Talent section. Visit the Edit a Talent Summary section in the Talent Card article for details about editing the Candidate Card summary.
Candidate Card QuickViews
A listing of competencies; qualifications, such as certifications and licenses; additional descriptive tags, and any skill codes previously defined.
|Career||Contains information such as work history, resume, and schooling.|
|Qualifications||Competencies, other qualifications, and Avionté Web Platform tags.|
|Q & A||Interview questions.|
A log of all messages associated with the selected Candidate card. Messages logged in either the Core Application or Recruiter Module are displayed in the Messages QuickView.
See Avionté Web Platform FAQ for more information about messages.
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