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Name your job and add keywords that describe the job, like “Account Management” or “Engineering”. Being more specific will help us suggest most relevant competencies to you for this job:
Select from the suggested competencies by checking each box or type in a new one.
Selecting competencies is the most critical part of starting a new job—you’ll use these throughout the process to assess candidates and find the best job match.
We break out competencies into three categories: skills (e.g. data analysis, project management), values (e.g. team player, transparency) or interview project (e.g. cognitive assessment, technical test). The competencies you select become the backbone of this job, from informing job description content to building your interview guide—and will help reinforce at every step what criteria should have the greatest bearing on candidate selection.
Competencies are not visible to applicants in the job description.
After you add competencies, rank them in order of most important to least important for someone to be successful in this role. This priority ranking will then help candidate sourcers get a clear picture of what criteria is of greatest priority for you. Unitive will also use these weighted importances to calculate a candidate’s interview score.