Administrators can perform basic user management from the User Management page.
- Access Groups
- Set up Access Groups to grant Standard, Basic, and Custom users access to specific groups of jobs and candidates without adding them to hiring teams.
- Add new user to SmartRecruiters
- Learn how to manually add new users to your SmartRecruiters account.
- Authenticate Company Domain
- Validate your company's domain to automatically add new users who sign up with SmartRecruiters.
- Change a user's name, email, or password
- Quickly change a user's login information or send a password reset request.
- Custom Hiring Team Roles
- Add a custom hiring role to the default list of hiring team roles.
What are the different user types?
What are the hiring team roles?
When someone adds a user to a hiring team, they assign the user a hiring team role that determines:
- the user's level of access to certain information about the job and candidates on that job, and
- the actions the user can take on the job or candidate, such as extending an offer or editing the job’s details.
Hiring team roles are separate from user roles. Anyone with a user role of Extended or Administrator always has full access to all jobs and candidates, and can perform all actions on those jobs and candidates, regardless of the hiring team role assigned to them for a particular job.
What permissions are granted by Access groups?
When assigned an Access Group, Standard users are granted the following access:
- Can access and view jobs in that Access Group.
- Can access and view candidates attached to those jobs.
This limited access is essentially equivalent to a Basic user who is an Interviewer on the hiring team, and allow the Standard user to:
- View the profile information and resume of candidates attached to the job.
- Send messages to candidates and access their message history.
- Review and rate candidates and run comparisons.
- Access the candidates’ notes.
- Reassign candidates and assign tags to their profiles.
Assignment to an Access group does not affect a user’s existing access to jobs for which they’re a member of the Hiring team.
A user with system role 'Basic' is @-mentioned to a candidate. Could he see the EEO screening question as well? Assessment, could they see the assessment / or even invite the candidate? Do they have access to the restricted application fields?
1. No / 2. No / 3. No
Are 'Basic' and 'Restricted' same user roles?