Gain Trust

ClearanceJobs Voice

Tired of having your calls go directly to voice mail? Candidates are more likely to answer your call if they know who you are, which company you’re calling from, and what this call is about. When they get a call from you through ClearanceJobs, they’ll know EXACTLY who is calling them. What will they see? Your ClearanceJobs profile photo – so make sure it’s current, and skip the avatar!

Focus Efforts

ClearanceJobs Voice

Prioritize your efforts to focus on people who are actively engaged with their career search. Ever hear about the 80/20 rule? It applies here – you’re going to get 80% of your results by focusing on 20% of the candidates – but which 20% should you focus on? Focus on candidates that are logged in and thinking about their careers.


HOW DOES IT WORK?

Employer sees candidate is logged into ClearanceJobs

Employer clicks to initiate voice chat with candidate

Candidate sees incoming call and can accept or deny



Unparalleled Communication


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ClearanceJobs is the first career site to offer this technology. With Voice, we now offer more ways to reach candidates than any other career site:

  • • Email
    • Phone
    • One-to-one messaging
    • Chat
    • Voice


Get Started

 

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Employers - give Voice a try for yourself. Strike while the iron is hot and engage candidates as they are thinking about their career — right now.

Candidates - log in regularly to increase your visibility and likelihood of being contacted.


Voice FAQs

 

Helpful Tips for employers

How does it work?
Click on the Voice icon.
A call will be generated over IP. The candidate either answers or ignores the call. If the call is ignored, they will select a reason to be displayed to the employer.

What equipment do I need?
Any computer with sound and speakers should work. You'll need to use either Chrome or Firefox for your browser.

Do I need to have a headset in order to place the call?
No, but you'll have the clearest reception on a headset, and there will be less distractions with background noise.

What will the candidates see when I call?
The candidate will see your profile picture, name, title and company - so if you don't have a profile picture, now is the time to add one. Seeing your face instead of an anonymous image will go a long way toward gaining the trust of security-cleared candidates. 

Can candidates see me live?
No, this is strictly an audio call. You can Voice someone from the comfort of your living room and no one will be the wiser.

What do I hear or see if a candidate ignores my call?
You'll get a notification, which includes the reason why your call was ignored.

Can I leave a message if the candidate ignores the call?
No. Voice messaging is not available.

Will I be able to keep track of who I Voiced?
Yes, it will display on your Recent Activity on the Cleared Network page, including the name of the candidate and date Voice was attempted.

Can candidates Voice me?
No, only employers can make a Voice call to candidates.

Can I make more than one Voice call at a time?
No, you may only be on one Voice call at a time.

 

 

HELPFUL TIPS FOR candidates

How does it work?
You must be logged in and opted in to receive Voice calls. A notification will display on your screen with the name and picture of the recruiter, their title and company name. You can either answer or ignore the call. If you ignore, you may select a reason for not answering.

What equipment do I need?
Any computer with sound and speakers should work. You'll need to use either Chrome or Firefox for your browser. If you're using a different browser, you'll be prompted to enter a phone number to receive the Voice call on.

Do I need to have a headset on in order to take the call?
No, but you'll have the clearest reception on a headset, and there will be less distractions with background noise.

What if I'm not camera-ready?
No worries! Voice is strictly an audio call. 

What if more than one employer is contacting me at the same time using Voice?
You may only be on one Voice call at a time. If you are on a call and someone else is trying to Voice you, you will have the option to end your current call and accept the new call, or remain on your current call and decline the new call.

How can I make a Voice call to an employer?
Only employer can call candidates, make sure you log on regularly to increase your chances of being seen and then Voiced.

I don't want to receive these calls. How do I opt out?
You can opt out by changing your preferences in your Contact Information settings.