Your recruiting workflow just got smarter.

If you're like our co-founders, you work hard finding and screening candidates. You need your own personal ATS that makes it easy to store profiles and easily find matches when new job requests come in. You need quick access to new talent. You also need a way to keep growing your candidate database throughout your career, regardless of who your employer is.

1

Upload Your
Resumes

Turn your resumes into rich candidate
profiles within seconds.

2

Post Your
Jobs

Easily keep track of
open job requests
and candidate pipelines.

3

Get Candidate
Recommendations

Quickly see which candidates in
your database match your requests.

4

Get Direct
Submissions

Your jobs are posted on Knack.io,
where candidates can apply directly.

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Use our mobile app for recruiting on the go!

Prefer a mobile experience? The Knack for Recruiters mobile app makes it easy to do recruiting on the go.

  • Upload resumes.
  • Post jobs.
  • Screen candidates.
  • Schedule interviews.
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Candidate recommendations
within seconds

You will probably accumulate thousands of resumes throughout your recruiting career, with no easy way to match them against new job orders you receive. Knack for Recruiters has powerful search and recommendation features that will help speed up your recruiting workflow. When you post a job, Knack will search your candidate database and present recommendations based on skills, location, compensation, and numerous other factors, making it easy for you to identify matches within seconds.

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Direct access to
thousands of top engineers

Thousands of top engineers, designers, and other tech workers use our Knack.io job board and Knack for Engineers mobile app every day. When you post a job in Knack for Recruiters, your job will run as a Featured Listing that engineers using those apps can directly apply to with a single click.

Your recruiting workflow
just got smarter.