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Aligning Recruiters & Hiring Managers

How to accelerate your hiring process by aligning on role profiles

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Written by Markellos Diorinos
Updated over a week ago

An important step of your process is to align the job description with the Bryq assessment. The more information you have regarding the requirements of the role, the better your results will be with Bryq - leading to a high-quality pool of candidates.

The purpose of the job description is to outline the main duties and responsibilities that are involved in a particular job. In addition, information such as the recruitment and selection process, company values, and benefits should be listed to attract the right candidate.

Once you've completed the job description, the next step is to set up a 10-minute session (yes, that's all the time it takes! ) with the Hiring Manager, to align with the Bryq assessment. The focus of the session is to match the keywords of your job and company requirements with the assessment.

A few examples of how job description keywords match Bryq's traits:

Job Description: Key Words

Bryq Assessment Traits

Fast-growing startup

Open to change

Cope well with constant changes


Attentive to customers


Find innovative solutions for our business


The same structure applies to assessing cognitive abilities. Based on your requirements, you can use the proposed output of the assessment, or tweak it where necessary.

Bryq provides two easy ways for you to create a new job profile:

  1. Use our built-in role database

  2. Use our unique AI Profile Prediction feature

There is no right or wrong! It's all about your requirements.

As a Recruiter, the alignment session with the Hiring Manager will add the following value to your recruitment process:

  • Allows the Hiring Manager to visualize what they actually need in terms of requirements. The alignment session could reveal some requirements contradict one another or may not be relevant to the role at all.

  • Ensure the Hiring Manager is setting her/his expectations of what the right candidate is for their team. The Hiring Manager is the final decision-maker in the recruitment process, therefore they need to be accountable when signing off the assessment.

With alignment, you will be able to save time and get the right candidates on your team.

Happy hiring! πŸ˜€

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