JobScience- a recruiter's "one-stop shop"
Updated February 13, 2020

JobScience- a recruiter's "one-stop shop"

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Jobscience

My company uses Jobscience as a way to store information about potential candidates that we have talked to about certain jobs we are hiring for, in addition to candidates who are industry-related and could be a good fit for jobs we may have to fill in the future. It's one of the main ways our recruiters source for positions. We also use it to track the jobs internally that we launch from various clients. Everyone in our company uses it across all departments. It really helps to organize all of our information and data, and track previous jobs we launched, billing invoices, candidate profiles, all in 1 application.
  • Interface - Jobscience is very user-friendly and the functions my company uses are all very relevant.
  • Personalization - the ability to personalize different settings in a way that works best for you is very helpful.
  • The flow of the overall site - the way everything is set up makes sense in the order it appears.
  • Multiple users - when multiple users edit a page, it doesn't show that there is someone else on the page and it only lets one person edit which can cause the information to be lost.
  • Action grid - it is a helpful page to use however it is extremely slow and takes a long time to load and can be a bit finicky.
  • It's simple - this is is also a positive, but I also think there could be additional resources added to it to make it more up to date and advanced.
  • My company heavily relies on Jobscience- it's very helpful at tracking our candidates and jobs all in 1 place.
  • Reports - it helps us compare our objectives and goals to our performance and can be personalized and pull specific information.
  • Glitches - there are times when Jobscience isn't saving things properly or the format gets messed up after being saved (for example: saving resumes - sometimes they don't download properly and when you open the file from the candidate's page, the formatting is very off).
Compared to using Microsoft, Jobscience is definitely more advanced and geared towards recruiting companies in general. While I think there are still ways in which JobScience can improve- I think that it definitely meets the needs of my company, a recruiting company, and serves as a "one-stop shop" for a lot of our needs - whether that be launching jobs, keeping an internal database of candidates or tracking our goals and numbers individually and as a company.
Well suited: Jobscience is really helpful when launching positions internally and tracking where we are in the application and interview process.

Less suited: Tracking candidates that have been in our database throughout the years - there is only so much information that can be saved and tracked, we usually have to update it and can't see where they started off in our database and the career progression they have made.

Bullhorn Jobscience (discontinued) Feature Ratings

Resume Management
7
Candidate Search
8
Reporting
8