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Skills-based talent platform, where anyone can find a job regardless of their background

Most of the technologies that have been used in order to recruit people, specifically at the stages of pre-screening, shortlisting and assessment of candidates, relied on an analysis of the employment history, as manifested in candidate’s resume. As an outcome, many candidates who have better skillset, but not relevant employment history or skills in the CV, are often not selected for further assessment and evaluation. That contributed to inequality around employment opportunities, and limited not only the capacity of some candidates to get jobs that match their skills, but also the capacity of companies to find and hire the best candidates for their needs.

PitchMe created an innovative tool for candidates to measure and evaluate skills and help them meeting current employment market needs. Our approach is based on a dynamic presentation of candidate’s skills, a continuous analysis of a job market and educational opportunities identification that maximise candidate’s employability.

 

SMEs with no internal HR team and with a limited recruitment budget. SMEs that are in active growth stage, making between 5-100 hires a month. At the moment we are working with tech and creative sectors, but are planning to expand to wider industries (financial, sales, management, etc.)

Candidates with non-obvious career story– graduates, young professionals and career shifters (including job seekers with non-obvious career stories). We help them to get matched with jobs matching skillset as well as create individual learning plans.

Enterprises and Recruitment companies– using PitchMe technology integrated into existing HR systems.

Online education platforms– PitchMe is an outsourced career service for MOOCS (Massive Open Online Courses).

Once complete, your SmartMe™ profile will be anonymously matched with positions listed by verified employers on PitchMe’s website.

Candidates are ranked from 1% to 100% (from highest to lowest matching score) based on required skills and company culture and team fit.

Skills-based hiring refers to the practice of employers setting specific skill or competency requirements or targets and candidates demonstrating relevant skills.

Skilled candidates that don’t tick the prescribed boxes aren’t even let through the door. This means about 85% of skills potentially relevant to a role are not presented in résumés, according to research by our company, PitchMe. Today’s best candidates—those adjusting quickly to the changing demands of employers—are doing this in nonlinear ways that most likely won’t be represented on a traditional résumé. Read more.

SmartMe™ helps employers save time shortlisting candidates by going beyond simply reading CVs to presenting a full spectrum of skills and knowledge. By providing a holistic, dynamic view of the candidate, SmartMe™ allows companies to make more intelligent and efficient hiring decisions.

We work across digital roles related to IT, marketing, design, sales and finance.

 

There are more than 90k candidates on the platform. 40% from Europe and the UK, 40% from the US, and 20% – the rest of the World.

 

40% from Europe and the UK, 40% form the US, and 20% – the rest of the world.

You shall be able to make payment of the Release Fee via the Stripe (https://stripe.com) service on the website, such payment of the Release Fee shall be deemed as acceptance as you wanting to receive the unredacted list of Candidates.

 

Once position is posted you shall be provided with contact details of the Candidates. The Release Fee shall become payable in case you want to unlock personal details of the candidates. Such Release Fee is payable regardless of whether you do or do not employee any Candidate and if the Candidates are or were previously known to you either in whole or in part.

 
 

There are >90k candidates on the platform. Per each position we match between 50 and 400 candidates and automatically shortlist 10 of the best.

Personal contact details (email, phone number etc.) will be provided to you after the payment is made.

PitchMe is compliant with:

Data Protection Legislation: the UK Data Protection Legislation and (for so long as and to the extent that the law of the European Union has legal effect in the UK) the General Data Protection Regulation ((EU) 2016/679) and any other directly applicable European Union regulation relating to privacy.

UK Data Protection Legislation: any data protection legislation from time to time in force in the UK including the Data Protection Act 1998 or 2018 or any successor legislation.

We get paid by employers to access a pool of top digital talent matched and ranked for your positions. Post positions for free and see your matches instantly. More about pricing.

 

On average, our employers screen 14 candidates to make a hire.

PitchMe applies sophisticated data science and AI-driven machine learning technology to develop a multi-layered view of a candidate’s skills by combining traditional sources, such as a CV, with a candidate’s digital data — which can include personal or business websites, social profiles, blogs, online games and more.

 
 

You will be signed up in less than 3 minutes.

 
 

You can create a profile in under 3 minutes. It’s easy to get started. A candidate simply creates a unique SmartMe™ profile by uploading their CV and linking any relevant online profiles of their choosing to build their smart profile.

Each SmartMe™ profile includes not only hard skills but also the soft skills that are crucial to making the right hiring decisions.

You do not need to have any experience to get started.

 

We operate across major cities in Europe and the US.

 

Yes! You can create a profile and compliment your CV. SmartMe™ profiles can also be downloaded or shared externally on your personal website, blog, GitHub, or LinkedIn profile.

Candidates find jobs in 2-3 weeks on average.

 
 

You can join PitchMe anytime and develop your talent using our learning and upskilling guidance.

 

Employers are looking for different type of employment from freelance to full-time roles.