Omsorgsförmedlingen, a startup that seeks to attract new talent and provide the right conditions for employees to thrive in elderly care, approached Amöba to design and develop a matching service platform that would contribute to the industry. Their goal was to help people understand the importance of the work, and make the elderly care industry more attractive for potential employees.
One of the app's key features is a matching algorithm that seamlessly connects elderly care institutions with suitable candidates, streamlining the recruitment process for both parties. To further support candidates, the platform offers free courses and guides for those who apply for jobs through the recruitment service, ensuring they are well-equipped for their roles in elderly care.
The first step of our process was to conduct a thorough requirement analysis of Omsorgsförmedlingen's business needs and goals. We met with their team to gather information about their existing recruitment process and the pain points they were experiencing. We also discussed their desired outcomes for the new matching service, such as reducing the time and effort required to find qualified candidates and increasing the quality of matches between healthcare workers and employers.
Using the insights gained there, we then created a wireframe and prototype of the new service. This allowed us to test the design and functionality of the service and make any necessary adjustments before proceeding with development.
Once the design was finalized, our development team built the matching service using agile development methodology, which allowed us to work iteratively and respond quickly to feedback from Omsorgsförmedlingen and their users.
Tech used: React/Remix, Tailwind, PostgreSQL
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