The interviewer scorecard is a private scorecard for interviewers to manually evaluate candidate skills during a CodePair interview. It displays a set of skills to be analyzed based on the role that the candidate is getting hired for.
How to view the Scorecard?
Once you login to a CodePair session as an interviewer, you will be able to see a collapsible panel to the right-hand 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 on which the CodePair session is conducted.
- If you initiate a CodePair interview from a Candidate’s Test report page, then the role of the test will be automatically mapped to the CodePair and the same skills will be displayed in the scorecard inside the CodePair.
- If a role is not added at the time of scheduling the CodePair interview, then default skills are displayed in the interviewer’s scorecard.
- The default skills include Code Quality, Technical Communication, Problem Solving, and Language Proficiency.
- 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.
- Additionally, you can add your overall feedback to the candidate on the scorecard.