QuantHub is a SaaS subscription-based platform written for data scientists by data scientists, providing skill tests, data challenges, and skill development plans completely tailored to the unique characteristics of the advanced analytics space. Our platform hones in on the detailed skill profiles of candidates/employees and leverages QuantHub’s position targeting technology to align employees with clear career trajectories and continuous skill developmental opportunities.
Greenhouse’s integration with QuantHub allows you to seamlessly add QuantHub’s assessment to a job's interview plan. In this article, we will cover how to:
- Enable the Greenhouse/QuantHub Integration
- Add QuantHub Stage to Job’s Interview Plan
- Configure the QuantHub Stage
- Send and Review the Test
Enable the Greenhouse/QuantHub Integration
To enable the integration with QuantHub, each user will need to input a QuantHub global API Key into their respective Greenhouse accounts. The QuantHub global API Key is generated from any QuantHub account which will then be shared with other recruiters in your organization.
Note: Every Greenhouse user will need to input the global API key using the steps below.
To retrieve this API key, navigate to QuantHub and click on your headshot in the upper right-hand corner. Click Profile from the drop-down menu.
From the Profile page, click Integrations from the tab navigation. Select Generate API Key next to Greenhouse Integration to access the key.
An API key will generate in the window. Copy the API key and click OK.
Once you have the API key, click here to open a ticket with Greenhouse.
Note: Do not send the API key in this initial email. API Keys allow access to sensitive data and must be kept secret. If an API Key is shared in an email and your email is intercepted by a malicious third party or your email account is hacked, the hacker would be able to view and access your API Key. For this reason, we require API Keys to be shared securely using SendSafely, Greenhouse’s secure data transfer platform.
The Greenhouse Support Team will respond with a SendSafely Link or you to enter your API key. A notification will be sent to the Greenhouse Support Team after you have entered your API key and they will email you to confirm that your API key has been set up in your account and your integration is enabled.
Add QuantHub Stage to Job’s Interview Plan
Once the Greenhouse/QuantHub integration is enabled for your organization and you have created the assessment in QuantHub, you will be able to add the assessment as an Interview stage.
To do this for an existing job, navigate to a job (All Jobs>Job Name) and click Job Setup from the Job navigation bar.
From the Job Setup page, navigate to Interview Plan on the left-hand panel. Scroll down the page and click + Add a Stage.
From the Add Stage dialog box, select the QuantHub stage. When finished, click Add to apply the stage to the job's interview plan.
Configure QuantHub Stage
Once the stage has been added to the job's interview plan, click Edit Take Home Test. Use the provided drop-down menu to choose assessments that you have previously set up in QuantHub.
Select the appropriate assessment and assign at least one Greenhouse user to grade/review submitted assessments. When finished, click Save.
Note: Keep in the mind that all configuration of the assessment itself, as well as the email template, will need to be done in QuantHub.
Send and Review the Test
When candidates are moved into the QuantHub interview stage, Greenhouse will display a Send Test link.
Note: When you send a test from Greenhouse, the interview instructions are actually sent by QuantHub.
The status of the assessment will be viewable in Greenhouse:
Once the candidate has submitted their test, the Interview Kit will contain a link to view the submitted test on QuantHub.
After you click on the Interview Kit on the candidate’s profile, you’ll be taken to a page where the URL is available to view the test results from QuantHub.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for troubleshooting assistance regarding the integration.