Job Admin levels are defined sets of permissions that are granted to Job Admin users on a per-job basis, and permission stripes are the individual permissions that can be assigned to or removed from each Job Admin level. In this article, we will discuss the implications of the Can create and view private candidates / prospects permission stripe.
To learn more about configuring Job Admin levels and view a full list of available permission stripes, see the following articles:
- Edit or delete Job Admin level
- Create new Job Admin level
- Job Admin: Custom
- Job Admin levels and permission stripes
Note: Only organizations with an Advanced or Expert subscription can customize the permissions associated with Job Admin levels. Organizations with an Essential subscription cannot edit existing Job Admin levels or create custom Job Admin levels.
The Can create and view private candidates / prospects permission stripe allows Job Admins to view the profiles of private candidates, as well as make existing candidates private. With this permission, your team can opt to allow Job Admin users the ability to continue accessing profiles for candidates who are marked as hired.
To learn more about how to mark a candidate as private, click here.
Note: Marking a candidate private occurs at the candidate profile level. If you make a candidate private on one job, they become private on all their other jobs as well. A user only needs permission to create and view private candidates on one job a candidate is on in order to make the candidate private on all their jobs, so Job Admins with this ability should be careful not to mark a candidate private who should still remain public on other jobs.