Assuming you are a confirmed team member, you will need to ask an existing recruiter or admin to escalate your permissions to "recruiter" or "admin". They can do this by going to https://angel.co/recruiting/team.
Note: Founders and the recruiting contact have admin permissions by default.
Visit your company profile and click "Edit profile". From there you can click on the "People" tab and edit someone's experience to label them a "Past Employee" or click the "delete" to remove them entirely.
As long as administrative permissions are in place, click on "Edit Profile" button in the upper right corner of the company's profile page. Then from the "Settings" tab, you can manage your company name and slug.
Click the "Recruit" tab at the top or visit https://angel.co/recruiting/listings.
Note: Roles must be chosen from our current list, there isn't a way to add new ones at this time.
Salary must be included for the job to show up show up in candidate searches unless the job has been upgraded.
The "Edit Profile" button in the upper right corner will allow you to change the company to a VC or Accelerator and add/remove markets. Note that markets must be chosen from our dropdown menus.
In most cases, edit your existing profile. If not, start a new profile.
For example, if the product and team are staying the same and you're just going after a different market, keep the profile. But if you're changing your product and market, and you've lost half of your co-founders, start a new profile. The case where you're keeping the team but changing the product and market is trickier — use your judgment. In either case, be sure to list the funding history of the company on the profile.
On your own profile, edit your experience with the company to have an end date. This will mark you as a former employee and remove your recruiting permissions for that company.
If your company profile is a community profile, it's likely that your employees, board members, or advisors added your company to their individual profile, which automatically generates one to represent your company. In this case, no one has edit rights to your profile unless you decide to claim it.
If the profile is claimed, then the person who claimed it likely set up the profile on your behalf. We closely moderate claims as they come in so it's unlikely this person is a bad player. However, contact us at email@example.com should you need to raise a concern.
Each profile on AngelList can be connected to other founders, employees, advisors and investors. Removing one profile can remove important data from other profiles. We can't completely delete profiles from the site if they are connected to other users or profiles, but contact us to convert the profile to a "Community Profile" and remove some of the information you added when you created it.
Nope! It's totally free!