Before you begin

A Greenhouse ‘Expert’ plan is required to access to the BI connector.

Need help? Let eqtble set up Greenhouse BI connector

We will schedule a call with whoever is the Greenhouse admin on your side.

What we need from you

Our default setup will create a new S3 bucket for you. If you already have an S3 bucket, scroll down to I already have an S3 bucket.

Integrate eqtble with Greenhouse BI Connector

  1. Sign in to Greenhouse Recruiting
  2. Click the Configure icon on your navigation bar. Greenhouse BI Connector
  3. Click Dev Center Greenhouse BI Connector

If you do not see this, you need to be given developer permissions from a Greenhouse admin

  1. Click Business intelligence Connector. Greenhouse BI Connector
  2. Click Configure next to the S3 card. Greenhouse BI Connector
  3. Login to the eqtble app.
  4. Navigate to Organization Settings. Greenhouse BI Connector
  5. Select Integrations and select Greenhouse Business Intelligence Connector Greenhouse BI Connector
  6. Copy and paste the AWS Region and Bucket Name to Greenhouse Greenhouse BI Connector Greenhouse BI Connector
  7. You’ll be presented with a bucket policy. Click Copy bucket policy Greenhouse BI Connector
  8. Paste the bucket policy to eqtble and click Save. eqtble will generate the required infrastructure in the background. Greenhouse BI Connector
  9. Click Send test file, and Greenhouse will place a test file in the eqtble bucket. Greenhouse BI Connector
  10. In eqtble, click Retrieve test file confirmation code Greenhouse BI Connector
  11. Copy and paste the confirmation code back into Greenhouse and Click Save and enable S3. Greenhouse BI Connector

I already have an S3 bucket

If you already have an S3 bucket, you can use that instead of creating a new one.

  1. Take note of your bucket name and region. You will need to send this to us.
  2. Add the following S3 bucket policy to your bucket. You can do this by going to your bucket in the AWS console, clicking Permissions and then Bucket Policy. Be sure to replace <bucket name> with your bucket name.
    "Version": "2012-10-17",
    "Statement": [
            "Sid": "ReadBucket",
            "Effect": "Allow",
            "Principal": {
                "AWS": "arn:aws:iam::173218128794:role/eqtble-greenhouse-bi-reader"
            "Action": [
            "Resource": [
                "arn:aws:s3:::<bucket name>/*",
                "arn:aws:s3:::<bucket name>"

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