As an employer on StackOverflow Careers, there is a "Manage Users" tab under the "my account" page. It seems you can invite other people to join your account as either an Administrator or a Member.
This sounds great, because for any given job I might have two or three people in my company participating in the job search. I might also have multiple job postings, and want multiple people to be reviewing potential candidates.
But in practice, it seems that a job listing or a candidate search subscription can only belong to one person. I can change the owner, but that doesn't help with collaboration.
Alas, it seems the only way to achieve true collaboration in hiring is by sharing a password to a single account. Is this by design? Surely there is a better way.
What exactly can a "member" or an "administrator" do then?