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How To Tell If Someone Has Been Hired at Voices.com

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

May 27, 2011

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Ampelmann green walking manYou might have noticed a new column called "Your Status" that has been recently added to how you can view jobs on the Voices.com jobs board.

This posting will help you to understand why this column has been added as well as go over the meanings of all the statuses that a job posting passes through in the hiring process through payment and completion.


As you know, Voices.com has a job board where you can view job opportunities that match your profile as well as audition for those public job opportunities if you are a subscribing member. You will also be able to see any private jobs that you have been invited to.

What's changed?

In addition to showing you the jobs that match your profile, the job board now shows you the status of all jobs that match your profile letting you know if the client has moved ahead and hired someone to record the voiceover.

That being said, you will see two columns pertaining to the job. The first column "Your Status," tells you how your audition relates to the posting and the second column called "Job Status," tells you how the job has progressed in terms of casting.

Below you'll find a more detailed explanation of what the statuses mean as they relate to you (Your Status) and also to the job in general (Job Status).

"Your Status" Explained

OPEN: A job that you have not auditioned for.
ANSWERED: A job you've submitted an audition for.
FINALIZING: A job that you've been awarded and have received payment for.
WORKING: A job that is in progress. You've agreed to work for the amount you quoted and now have the ability to upload files.
COMPLETED: A job where payment has been released by the client.
DELETED: A job that you have deleted.

"Job Status" Explained

OPEN: A job that is accepting auditions and no one has been selected yet.
FINALIZING: A job that has been awarded but not yet finalized.
WORKING: A job that is in progress.
COMPLETED: A job where payment has been released by the client.

Other Tips

๏ Search all jobs by keyword or Job ID by using the job search box.
๏ To sort jobs by Job ID, Title, Language, Status or Posted date click on the column title.
๏ To view more jobs at once use the drop down "Showing" filter in the bottom right to view 25, 50 or 100 jobs at a time.
๏ To mass delete, select the submissions by checking the box to the left of the Job ID column and then clicking on the Delete button.

More Updates To Come

In the next little while, I'll be sharing more about recent developments and features that are due to be released in our next launch.

If you enjoy reading about these developments, do let us know!

We also have a beta testers program that you can join to help test the site and provide feedback before major releases. Be sure to comment on this post to let us know if you're interested in becoming a beta tester at Voices.com and we will include you on that list.

Best wishes,



Related Topics: hired, how to, job posting, reading, status, talent, updates, voiceovers, Voices.com, work


    Hi Stephanie,

    It's Definitely helpful to read site update information like this!

    Many thanks to you, David, and the entire wonderful Voices team, for all you do to help clients and talent find one another....

    Posted by:
    • Matilda Novak
    • May 28, 2011 12:27 PM

      Great improvements, It's really helpful to know how a job is moving forward.
      I think I'm already on your list of beta testers, and would still like to help test the site.

      Posted by:
      • Carole
      • May 28, 2011 12:32 PM

        As usual, Stephanie and the team at Voices.com are one step ahead of anyone else in the business. Clear and concise, there is no guess work or wondering about status or payments. They have made my time with them a true pleasure. I plan on staying with them forever!

        Lauren Holladay
        Platinum Member

        Posted by:

          Yes, please add me to your list of beta testers.

          Posted by:

            I'd be happy to beta test for you....

            Posted by:
            • Charles Kahlenberg
            • May 31, 2011 2:52 PM

              I hadn't paid much attention to it but now that I know what each status means, I may now.

              Posted by:
              • Lee Patterson
              • June 2, 2011 10:37 AM

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