This article outlines the different roles and responsibilities of Hatch, the Hiring Manager, and the Internal Company Hatch Coordinator during the Hatch role journey.
Hatch: The internal Hatch team.
Hiring Manager: The manager who is hiring for the role, and who the intern or employee will report to.
Hatch Coordinator: The company-specific Hatch coordinator.
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During the role creation stage:
Completing Step 1: Request a student or employee
Completing Step 2: Create your role, and click 'Submit for Publishing' which sends the role to the Hatch team for review
Reviewing roles before they go live and making any changes required
Publishing roles to our student and professional community
During the shortlisting and interview stage:
Organising interview logistics for Hatch candidates, such as sending out
calendar invitations to the candidates and managers
Conducting the interviews and assessing Hatch candidates
Providing the offer to the selected candidate and feedback to unsuccessful candidates for their development
Notifying Hatch about the successful candidate and providing their details
Assessing all applications for a role and then delivering a shortlist of the top candidates to the hiring manager
Delivering the shortlist of top candidates for the role to the hiring manager
Checking in with the hiring manager during the interview stage to ensure a smooth process and details of the successful candidate.
During the onboarding stage:
Confirming the successful candidate's placement online. The link for this is sent over an email once the candidate's placement page has been created.
Setting up all employee admin, including start dates, WH&S training, and pay unless the employee is an on-hired Hatch placement
Coordinating any internal company onboarding processes, i.e. laptop, desk, IT access
Creating the successful candidate's placement page and emailing this to the hiring manager.
Setting up all employee admin, including pay and superannuation for on-hired placements only
Setting up WH&S training for the student for on-hired placements only
During a placement:
Setting goals and providing regular feedback to your employee and Hatch
Setting work days and hours with your employee (including approving any time off, e.g for exams)
Approving timesheets weekly for on-hired placements only (digital one-click approval) - read this article here for more information
All employee admin, including pay and superannuation for on-hired placements only
Additional development support for students, including an induction, fortnightly student check-ins, support center resources, and learning workshops for on-hired placements only
Being on call if any issues arise, and acting as general support for the hiring manager for on-hired placements only
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