In the face of the teacher deficit, school districts are looking for more ways to save time and money. Recruiting technology, like interviewstream, is an excellent way to decrease your average time-to-hire and save hundreds of hours, as well as money, on phone screens, scheduling interviews and in-person interviews.
“interviewstream helps us be more efficient and hire better quality candidates,” said Ervin Tujillo, Human Resources Coordinator at Central Consolidated School District. “It’s incredible how it has helped us hire so many teachers in such a short amount of time.”
With the help of interview on demand, Central Consolidated School District eliminated phone screens, decreased time spent reviewing resumes and applications by 60 percent and reduced the time to fill a position by 56 percent.
Northwest ISD also implemented interview connect in order to reduce geographical discrimination and pull more teacher candidates from outside of their district, a huge benefit during the teacher deficit.
“interviewstream has helped us expand our applicant pool by allowing those who live outside our area to participate in a digital interview,” said Dr. Kim Caley, executive director of human resources at Northwest ISD.
In addition to interview on demand and interview connect, interview scheduler allows districts to eliminate back-and-forth calls or emails with candidates to schedule their interviews. Instead, teacher candidates can self-select their interviewing times based on recruiters’ predetermined availability, as interviewstream syncs with district recruiters’ own calendars.
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Alex Kilpatrick is the Marketing Communications Manager at interviewstream and has been with the company since 2018. In her free time, she enjoys running, reading, traveling and spending time outdoors.