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Standard Seat collaboration

With a standard seat on Hired, a user can contribute to their company’s recruiting efforts by collaborating directly with their team on positions, see their team’s insights, and help schedule interviews with candidates. As further discussed in User Types and Permissions, a Standard seat includes an Executive, Reviewer, or Scheduler role. The main differentiation between a Standard Seat and a Premium Seat user is the Premium Seat user’s ability to directly reach out to candidates.


Note: According to Hired’s Terms of Service, Standard Seat users are not allowed to send interview requests or interact with candidates on the Hired platform.


The Executive

As a user in an Executive seat on Hired, the main purpose is so that the user can view all team activity and manage settings and integrations. This user’s permissions do not involve candidate sourcing, aside from being able to view or join positions. Primarily, Executive users are focused on candidate interview processes, team insights and metrics, and company level account settings.


The Reviewer

As a user in a Reviewer seat on Hired, it is important to understand how to best collaborate with your recruiting team on Hired. In order to find candidates, you’ll need to get added to any open positions on the account that you are working on. Any Premium seat user or your Customer Success team can add you on to the hiring team on the relevant positions. Once this is done, you can begin searching for candidates. Since this role is more hands on that the other Standard seats, you can reference the below articles to understand how to review and flag candidates that could be a great fit for the open positions you are collaborating on:


The Scheduler

As a user in a Scheduler seat on Hired, while you can see and join all non-confidential positions, your main focus will be around candidate interview processes, specifically for candidates that have open processes with your company. The Scheduler is able to view candidates’ interview status, message candidates to schedule upcoming interviews and reference their listed compensation preferences, and create and manage Interview Process Guides.



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