Do you still have questions?

After logging in, please access the Dashboard. From there, go to the 'Projects' tab and click under 'New project'. Yes, it's as simple as that!

Create job

A job represents what you will actually be doing in a project. The same project might have a need for a junior software developer, a support engineer and a senior software developer. The job defines your role in a project.

It is of extreme importance to detail the job activities. Candidates will need information about the various tasks they will be undertaking during the course of a project.

Jobs can also be connected to a specific project milestone or phase: for example a support role will most likely be available at a later project stage.

The matching process works with the job fields. It always depends on the candidate technical skills, non-technical variables and other job requirements.

Yes of course! After you create a project, look on the right-hand side and use the tool to "invite people to project". You can invite anyone as a Manager, Member or Guest. Remember, if you want the matching tool to work, you need to create a job!

Yes, if for some reason you want to change an employee working in a project you created, that is possible. All you have to do is to drop that candidate and assign a different person for the same job. Keep in mind that a job can only be appointed to a candidate at each time.

No, only one person can be assigned to a job. If you want to assign more than one person to a job, you must create another job with the exact same requirements. Remember: one job per candidate.

No, people that are not connected to your organization cannot see the details of your company's projects and jobs. Since some projects' information might be sensitive, when a candidate leaves a job, he cannot access it anymore. The project name and his job in the project will appear on the user's profile, but no detailed information about the project will be available to check (ie: customer, project detailed description, other members, etc). Only employers and customers who are responsible for the project might check detailed information.

No, employers can only access projects inside their own organization. Candidates’ profiles can only be viewed by a different employer, if they’re matched to a job or candidates apply to an open job at a different organization.