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Category: Agency Recruiter
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Orange arrow What is a Job Alert? How do I set it up? Can I edit a Job Alert?

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  A Job Alert is a saved Job Search that notifies via email about any new jobs that meet your search criteria. Job Alerts are the best way to stay on top of new job orders because they alert you even if your membership with RA is not current. To set up a Job Alert: Click on the Find Jobs tab at ...
Orange arrow What is RecruitAlliance? How does it work?

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  RecruitAlliance is a global recruiting vendor management marketplace that simplifies Employer to Agency Recruiter and Agency Recruiter to Agency Recruiter collaboration, either on a small or enterprise level. For Agency Recruiters/Vendors: Register for an account as a vendor to access jobs posted ...
Orange arrow What is Managed Billing?

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  No matter where an employer, agency recruiter or job order is located in the world, RecruitAlliance’s Managed Billing simplifies the onboarding of agency recruiters, processing of PO’s when required, invoicing, currency conversion, payments, and collections. Today’s employers ...
Orange arrow What do different candidate statuses mean?

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  Good things to remember when managing your candidate pipeline: A candidate referral should only remain New if they have not been reviewed by the employer. If the candidate is minimally qualified enough for the employer to want to consider, then the candidate's status should be updated to Accept...
Orange arrow What is SplitAlliance? Can I post a split fee job on RecruitAlliance?

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  SplitAlliance, part of the RecruitAlliance network, is a powerful split networking resource you can access through your RecruitAlliance account. An account allows you to post an unlimited number of split fee jobs (that you have independently sourced from your employer clients) and gain access to ou...
Orange arrow How can I obtain more information when my candidate is rejected?

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  When you receive a rejection notice from the client, they will provide you with the reason they decided not to move forward. Some common reasons for rejection include: The candidate was sourced internally Currently have more qualified candidates Candidate does not have enough experience manag...
Orange arrow Can I delete a candidate, once submitted?

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  Once you have submitted a candidate to a requisition, they cannot be deleted. If your candidate has taken another opportunity or is no longer working with you, their status can be changed to Not Available. This changes their Candidate Status for all requisitions to which they have been submitted....
Orange arrow Why would an Agency Recruiter want to join RecruitAlliance?

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  RecruitAlliance provides new opportunities for agency recruiters to more effectively: Utilize their existing database of candidates Generate new business, without having to make hundreds of ‘cold calls’ Eliminate the need to negotiate contracts and fees Leverage the power of netwo...
Orange arrow How do I become a clients’ Preferred Vendor?

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  Every internal recruiter that works on a client's behalf has the ability to create and maintain their own Preferred Vendor lists within their RA account. To make it easy to for them to invite you to their most exclusive job orders or to build a new relationship, make sure you: Create your own R...
Orange arrow How does Request for Invitation work?

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  Agency Recruiters can request an invitation to work on jobs that first require approval by the employer. Jobs eligible to receive requests for invitation are labeled Invitation Only. Invitation Only jobs help employers concentrate on a few candidates and agency recruiters at a time without becoming...
Orange arrow How do I submit a candidate to a job?

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  To submit a candidate to a job for consideration: Log into your RecruitAlliance account. Click on the Find Jobs tab, and select Job Search. Use the different filters available to find the job of your choice, then click Search Now. On the Job Search Results page, locate the job you want to wor...
Orange arrow My candidate's status is No Further Action [NFA]. What does this mean?

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  When a candidate's status is changed to No Further Action or NFA, it indicates that a candidate was initially Accepted, however the employer is no longer considering the candidate referral. Once a candidate is Accepted, they cannot be Rejected. Their status can only be changed to NFA if no longer b...
Orange arrow How do I hire a candidate in RecruitAlliance

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  To Hire a candidate, the cadidate must be Accepted. Changing the candidates status is most often accomplished from the Candidare > Details page. To do this: Click on the Candidate Pipeline tab Use the filters in the gray filter area to find the candidate (NOTE: the drop-down menu to the far ...
Orange arrow Why is my candidate showing as Not Available - Hired, in my Candidate Pipeline?

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  Not Available. When a candidate is hired for a job that is posted on RecruitAlliance, the system changes the availability from 'Available' to 'Not Available - Hired'....
Orange arrow The job is not accepting referrals. What does this mean?

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  A client will mark their job as Not Accepting Referrals when the job is on hold. This is usually temporary and is often used because they need more time to review the candidates that have already been submitted. You will be notified is a job is changed to Not Accepting Referrals if it is either in...

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