How to Source Tech Candidates with AmazingHiring Extension
Find IT Talents’ Social Media Accounts
The Extension indexes GitHub, Stack Overflow, Kaggle, Dribbble, Behance, Google+, Rubygems, Quora, Slideshare, Facebook, Twitter, and more than 40 other professional and social networks.
You can easily review the whole footprint of the candidate in social media getting more knowledge about them and their activity in professional communities.
Get information about the prospect’s current job and location
AmazingHiring plugin provides you with information about the candidate’s current location and position, which are the best starting points for a recruiter to review the prospect’s profile.
Get access to the candidate’s direct contacts
The plugin gives you access to candidates’ publicly available contacts including phone numbers and emails.
Integrate the Extension with any ATS
AmazingHiring enables you to find a candidate’s full profile by their email address on any website or ATS, just highlight the email and choose “search by email in AH” in the right-click menu. Let’s see how it works:
In the ATS
In Google Spreadsheets
Manage the prospects right in the Extension
Manage the best prospects easily by grouping them into vacancy folders. Add comments or view them in candidates’ profiles or see your colleagues’ comments.
AmazingHiring extension as an add-on to the AmazingHiring platform. You may need to request access to the platform to see the extension functionality in full power.
Otherwise, install AmazingHiring Extension with limited functionality. It is free and will never stop working when you need it.
Ready to start sourcing IT candidates?
AmazingHiring is an AI-based solution for tech recruiters to source passive IT candidates across the web. It aggregates IT profiles from 50+ networks like GitHub, Stackoverflow, Facebook, Kaggle, etc. using Boolean operators, and provide recruiters with candidates’ professional background, contacts, skills.
AmazingHiring empowers recruiters to double their pipeline and improve their sourcing metrics.
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