It is possible to assign someone as an external recruiter as part of your hiring team in a recruitment group. However, you can only assign someone that exists in Sage HR, This means if you want to make someone outside the business you need to add them as a user first, then assign them as an external recruiter.
We'll show you how to do this in the steps below.
Click on the ➕ at the top, then click New employee
Alternatively, on the main menu, click Company, then click Add.
Enter the user's:
First name and Last name
⚠️CAUTION: This email will be what they use to log in. You must make sure this email address is the correct email address for the external recruiter, and ensure it has no spelling mistakes. Make sure you enter it correctly before following the rest of the steps. We advise to avoid entering it with capitalisations.
Start date - As you won't be running reports for this user it doesn't matter what the date is.
To have the welcome email send straight away, select the Send welcome email check box.
Click Create account.
If you're presented with options such as time off policies, position teams etc. you do not need to select any of these for this type of user. If you're given a message you need to select a time off approver, just select an admin.
If you integrate with Sage 50 Payroll and are presented with an option to send the employee record to Sage 50 Payroll, select the Skip for now checkbox, then click Save.
On the main menu, click Company, then click on the newly created profile.
Enter any additional details you think are relevant to them.
For example, their phone number or business address.
If you integrate with Sage 50 Payroll select This employee doesn't need to be in Sage 50cloud Payroll. This makes the 'Missing payroll information' error disappear'
Save any changes.
Click on your name on the top right, then click Settings.
On the settings menu, click Recruitment, then click Groups.
On the relevant recruitment group, click on the pencil icon.
Now select the external recruiter profile you created earlier.