Enabling and using the Reimbi integration

Available for User roles Super Admin, Admin, Team Member, Limited Team Member
Can only be configured by Super Admins
Packages All packages

The Reimbi/Lever integration enables you to share candidate names and email addresses to make adding candidates to Reimbi for reimbursement purposes very easy.   

Setup the integration:

Note: Individual setting up the integration must have the Lever Super Admin role and the Company Settings permission in Reimbi.

Step 1: Authorize the integration

1. In Reimbi, navigate to the Integrations page under Company Settings.

2. Click the Configure action aligned with Lever.

Integrations settings in Reimbi. Under Applicant Tracking, click the Configure link aligned with the Lever

3. Click the Authorize Lever App button. 

Lever ATS configuration window in Reimbi. Click Authorize Lever App.

Step 2: Select stages

1. Select one or more Lever Stages. Only candidates assigned in Lever to one of the selected stages will be available in Reimbi as part of this integration.  

Close-up of Lever Stages on Lever ATS configuration screen in Reimbi. Select applicable stages.

Step 3: Enable the integration 

1. Toggle the selector to Enabled.

2. Click Update.

Lever ATS configuration screen in Reimbi. Toggle Status to Enabled.

How to use the integration:

1. To add a candidate to Reimbi, click the Create Requester link. 

2. Enter the name or email address of the candidate you want to invite. (ex. “Tami”, “Tami Jones”, “Jones”, “tami.jones@example.com”)

3. Results will appear on the page. 

4. Select the correct candidate.

5. Complete the form and click Send Invitation.

Invite Requester screen on Reimbi. Click Create Requester link.

How to disable the integration:

1. Navigate to your Integrations & API Settings Page in Lever.

2. Under the Authorized Apps tab locate the Reimbi app.

3. Click Revoke Access to disable the integration.

4. In Reimbi, go to Company Settings → Integrations → Lever: Configure

5. Toggle to “Disabled”.

6. Click Update.

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