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  1. The header shows details of the job opening including job opening number, posting title, grade, department and duty station. It also provides a link to open the job opening.
  2. Each candidate card displays applicant ID, total years of work experience as calculated by inspira based on PHP inputs, whether the candidate is on a relevant roster for the job opening, UN Common System status, gender, and a link to the full PHP.
  3. The name and nationality of the candidates are hidden to reduce unconscious bias.
  4. The card of the candidate whose profile is being reviewed is displayed in a darker shade of blue. The relevant candidate summary is shown on the right-hand side.
  5. The cards are listed by application date, with the most recent at the top.
  6. The summary of the candidate’s profile, extracted from the PHP and the candidate’s application, is presented in four sections and may be downloaded:
    1. Languages – Fluency and knowledge of (also called working knowledge).
    2. Education – University degrees and certificates/diplomas, institute and study period.
    3. JFQ – Candidate’s responses to screening questions from the Job-Fit Questionnaire.
    4. Experience – Job title, employer, employment period and duration, duty station.
    5. Scroll bars allow to navigate the candidate cards and the candidate summary sections.
    6. After defining a range (ex. 1 to 100) and clicking the arrow for the respective candidate cards to be marked, PHPs and candidate summaries can be downloaded in bulk, up to 100 at a time.

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Last modified: 22 November 2021