What are Scorecards?
An interview scorecard is a set of factors that you would like to assess the candidate on, and enables you to create a structured, standardised way of assessing a candidate.
Learn more about Scorecards in this article: What Are Scorecards?
Create a Scorecard
If you haven't already, please make sure you're logged in to your Pinpoint account - you can do this by browsing to https://pinpointhq.com/login and entering your work email address and your Pinpoint password (you will have set this when you signed up for Pinpoint or when you accepted an invitation from a colleague).
First, browse to the navigation on the left hand side of your Pinpoint Admin Screen and select 'Scorecards' under the 'Settings' section:
Click 'New Scorecard'.
Fill in the name of your Scorecard, for example 'Customer Service' which could then be used for all customer service job vacancies that your organisation has.
Fill in the Section Name, for example 'Cultural Fit' and then enter the Options that you want for that section.
Add additional sections as you require:
Assign the Scorecard to a Job
Once you have created your Scorecard you can add it to a Job.
Browse to the navigation on the left hand side of your Pinpoint Admin Screen and select 'Manage Jobs' under the 'Jobs' section:
Locate the job you wish to add the Scorecard to and click on the job title.
Next, click the 'Edit Job' dropdown and select 'Scorecards':
Under the 'Add a Scorecard' dropdown select the Scorecard that you want to assign to the Job:
Edit a Scorecard
Browse to the navigation on the left hand side of your Pinpoint Admin Screen and select 'Scorecards' under the 'Settings' section:
Next to the Scorecard that you wish to edit click 'Edit' and then make any changes that you wish. Once finished, click Save at the bottom of the window.
If you wish to remove a Scorecard then click Delete:
Note that this will not remove any Scorecard ratings already recorded against a candidate.