Once you have completely set up your job opportunity candidates can start interviewing. To get candidates to apply, you have 4 options in Vervoe.

Go to "Get Candidates" on the left side of your dashboard.

A dialog window will pop open with several options.

Share your link to your job

This is a unique link to your job that you can post anywhere you like. Just keep in mind that this particular link will not be tracked.

Post to your social networks

You can share your job opportunity with any of your social networks. 

Create links you can track

You can create unique job application links that you can post to social media, your career page or job boards for free. Post these links in different locations and track where your are getting the most candidates to apply.

For complete instructions, please visit this page here.  

*This is the preferred method if you are posting to free job boards like Indeed or Angel List.

Invite candidates you already know via email

This option allows you to send email invitations to candidates you may already know.
A window will pop open where you can insert the names and email addresses of the candidates or you can upload a CSV file. ( for the CSV file make sure the header titles are as follows: Column A header titled "name" , column B header titled "email".)

You can personalize the message sent by clicking on Preview Message then Customize.

Ask your network for referrals

This option allows you to ask your professional and personal networks for referrals.
Once you click this option a window dialog will open up where you can insert the names and emails of those you would like to invite. You can also upload a CSV file.
You can personalize the message sent by clicking on Preview Message then Customize.

Advertise on Premium Job Boards (beta)

You can advertise to multiple premium job boards with just one click. The first time you choose this option you will need to configure your job board accounts and connect them to Vervoe.

For complete instructions, please visit this page here

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