Rather than trying to group multitudes of disparate job titles into "roles", One Model has taken the approach of enabling you to filter based on combinations of words in job titles. In this manner, YOU the user are able to decide which job titles a role is comprised of. Understanding how the two Job Title Keywords dimensions work is key to unlocking the power of this capability, and this article aims to address this.

Before reading this document, it's helpful to understand the filters in One Model. If you haven't already, please review the following help documents:

Using Filters

Tips About Filters

The two dimensions that allow you to filter by job title keywords are Job Title Keywords and AND Job Title Keywords.

Here are some scenarios explained:

Job Title Keyword = economist returns all titles that include the word economist.

Job Title Keyword = economist, economic returns all titles that include the word economist OR the word economic

Job Title Keyword = software, AND Job Title Keyword = engineer returns all titles that include the word software AND the word engineer

Job Title Keyword = software, AND Job Title Keyword = engineer, developer returns all titles that include the word software AND the words engineer OR developer

As with all filters in LMI, Job Title Keywords can be used in combination with other dimensions. For example, you can filter to Software Engineers possessing the skill "Java".

While there are over 15,000 keywords available to search on, if you come across one that is not included, please reach out to the team at One Model and we can easily add it.

Did this answer your question?