The interviewer scorecard is a private scorecard for interviewers to manually evaluate candidate skills during an interview. It displays a set of skills to be analyzed based on the role that the candidate is getting hired for.
Once you log in to an interview session as an interviewer, you will be able to see a collapsible panel to the right side of the screen called Scorecard. Expand the panel to view the complete scorecard.
Key Highlights of the Scorecard
- The scorecard displays the skills on which the hiring panel can evaluate a candidate. These skills are mapped to the specific role in which the interview session is conducted.
- If you initiate a HackerRank interview from a candidate’s Test report page, then the role of the test will be automatically mapped to the interview and the same skills will be displayed in the scorecard inside the interview.
- If a role is not added at the time of scheduling the HackerRank interview, then default skills are displayed in the interviewer’s scorecard. The default skills include Problem Solving, Technical Communication, Code Quality, Language Proficiency, and System Design.
- As an interviewer, you can rate a candidate between a Strong Yes and a Strong No against each of these skills and write your feedback specific to a particular skill.
- Apart from role-specific feedback, you can also add your overall feedback to the candidate on the scorecard. Feedback will be autosaved on every action done on the scorecard.
- The scorecard is private for each interviewer and is not visible to other interviewers or candidates. Each interviewer's feedback on the scorecard gets captured and displayed in the report.
Scorecard as Viewed in Interview Report
Under Interviewer's Notes inside the interview report, you will be able to see the feedback given to the candidate by each interviewer.