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Eploy’s CV parsing is a fantastic tool for extracting data from CVs, uploading new candidates and filling in the gaps in your database. When a document is extracted, the following fields are populated using the data and stored within the candidate record. As tabs break down the candidate record, you have the flexibility to only update sets of information – meaning that nothing that has been manually updated is lost. This is particularly useful for when a candidate provides a new CV or when applying a coversheet.

The fields listed below are broken down by where in Eploy the data is stored, allowing to accurately track the changes being made when using the CV Import / Extract Data tools.

Extract Data

Within the candidate record, several sections can be updated using the CV Parsing Data Extraction software. When importing CVs or selecting Extract Data within the Candidate record, a pop up window will appear with the extraction settings, helping you to decide which sections of the record you need to update.

The following sections can be included or excluded when importing or parsing CVs;

 

Each section can be selected /deselected to include in the CV Parsing: this will allow you to ensure that only the relevant areas are updated by the document and that no manually input data is overwritten/lost by the tool.

Note: When extracting documents on an existing candidate, the Personal Details section is deselected by default – this is to ensure fundamental information is not accidentally overwritten. This section can be selected if required.

Duplicate Checking

This extraction tool also completes a duplicate check based on the First Name (default) Surname (default) D.O.B, Town and Email Address (default) found on the CV – this will help to reduce duplicates on your system and reduce the risk of the same CV being extracted multiple times.

Personal & History tabs

These fields make up the basic information of the candidate record and includes contact information, current address and email accounts.

First name

    '0  -   Address 1

Telephone

Middle Name

    '1  -   Address 2

Telephone 2

Surname

    '2  -   Address 3

Email

Gender

    '3  -   Town

Email 2

Salutation

    '4  -   County

Mobile

Title

    '5  -   Country ID

Fax

Address (Totalling 7 Fields)

    '6  -   Post Code

Pager - into notes

The fields are part of the candidate specifications (preferences) and can be used for equal opportunity reporting.

Date Of Birth

Nationality

Preferred Location 1

Driving Licence

Nationality 2

Remuneration Required

Leisure Interests

Preferred Job Title 1

Will Relocate

Status (Marital)

Special Aptitudes

Website Addresses

Current Salary

Current Job Title

 

The following field populate the tables within the history tab, storing information regarding Work, Employment & Qualification history.

Education History

School Name

Course Title

Address

Subject

Start Date

Description

End Date

 

Employment History

Employer

Start Date

Responsibilities

Address

End Date

Industry

Position

Department

 

Languages

Language

Written   

Spoken

Qualifications

Title

Institute

Date Achieved

Comments

References

Position

Mobile

Person Name

Fax

Address

Email

Telephone

 

Skills

Any phrases or keywords that match to the skills set within your system will be extracted from the candidate CV and assigned to the record.

Executive Summary

This will be taken form the profile of the candidate and saved as a note on the candidate file. This can be used as a general overview of the candidate’s objectives and personality.

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