4. If supervision is important for the position, then look for examples of position titles that indicate supervisory experience. Also look for the number of employees the candidate supervised.
Review the job description: does it require supervision of a few administrative staff or supervising a large division or department? Once you know the level of supervision, review the resume for appropriate titles or descriptions that indicate they supervised employees.
If the position is a Division or Department Head, you want to see significant supervisory and administrative/management experience in past jobs, as well as how many people were supervised (1, 10, 25 or 100). Sometimes Department Heads directly supervise only 3 to 5 division heads but are responsible for a department of 30 people, which demonstrates their supervision/management experience.
Again, in order to rank the candidates, establish both a minimum requirement and a preferred requirement for supervision