Visual theme options are available customizer. Click “Customize” button in WordPress top bar to access settings.
Browse through options on the left and adjust them to your needs:
With Workscout and Go Fetch jobs plugin you can easily import jobs from the most popular job sites and/or job aggregators. This handy plugin fetches jobs from RSS feeds and imports them to your jobs database. Pick your favorite job site/job directory, look for the jobs RSS feed, paste it directly to Go Fetch Jobs and instantly get fresh jobs in your database!
To help you quickly getting fresh jobs from external sites, Go Fetch Jobs comes bundled with ready to use RSS feeds and detailed instructions on how to setup RSS feeds for job sites that provide them.
The UI is simple and provides tips and descriptions about each option and how it works.
To help you quickly getting jobs from external sites, Go Fetch Jobs comes bundled with ready to use RSS feeds and detailed instructions on how to setup RSS feeds for job sites that provide them, including big sites like jobs.theguardian.com. An RSS builder is also provided for providers that allow customizing the RSS feed.
You can also use custom RSS URL, here’s an example for indeed: https://www.indeed.nl/rss?q=keyword1%2Ckeyword2&l=location1%2Clocation2&limit=50
Listeo offers customizable mobile menu. You can create separated menu list that will be displayed only on mobile devices and add custom widgets in menu panel.
Go to Appearance → Menus then create new menu list and click “Mobile Menu” checkbox
Go to Appearance → Widgets and add new widget for
If you would like to display list of predefinied locations make sure you have installed and activated Regions for WP Job Manager
Then to go Job Listings / Settings and select Search by Region:
Go to your Dashboard→ Revolution Slider and click Slider Import
In the next form upload the file extras/revolutionslider.zip from “All files & documentation” or download it from here https://purethemes.net/workscout_revolutionslider.zip
Please install this plugin: https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-subscribe/
and then add its widget to the footer 5th column:
This plugin can be used in two ways:
The plugin can be configured from Job Applications > Settings.
The following settings are found on the Application Forms tab:
The following settings are found on the Management tab:
If enabled, the job application form will be displayed instead of the usual email/website links. The default form looks like this:
When the application form is submitted, an application will be saved to your database. If the job application method is ’email’, the employer will also receive an email notification.
Once an Application’s status has been set to “Hired”, the message “This position has been filled” will appear on the job listing.
Note: You can also add the shortcode [job_apply id=”X”] to a page to display only the application form for a particular job listing. Substitute the X with the ID of the job for which you wish to have the application form.
Version 2.0 of the plugin comes with a form editor where you can customise the form. Simply go to Job Applications > Application Form to see the form editor.
From here you can add, remove, edit, and re-order form fields. Available field types are:
You can add the following validation rules to your application form fields:
The plugin does not have support for conditional fields. If you need that, you can use an alternative form provider that does offer this feature.
From the form editor page, you will also notice 2 tabs at the top to customise the notifications. By default, only an employer notification is sent, but if you add content to the candidate notification, candidates will be notified too.
The top field will be the subject line of the email, whist the bottom textarea field will be the email contents. The right side of the page shows which dynamic tags you can insert into your message + subject. These will be substituted for real data at the time of sending.
When the applications extension is installed, a new column will be shown when viewing the job dashboard on the frontend:
This will show the number of applications per job listing. Clicking the number (when there are applications) will reveal the application list:
Above the applications you can choose to filter by status. Statuses include:
You can also choose to sort the applications by date, name or rating.
Each application card has some icons which can be clicked:
When viewing all applications for a job listing in the Job Dashboard, you can click on “Download CSV” at the top of the page, to download a CSV file containing all the application data for that job listing.
If you need to download data for all applications on the site, you can export an XML file of all Job Applications via Tools > Export.
In the WordPress admin dashboard you’ll see a new section called Job Applications. Going here, as an admin user, you’ll see all applications:
These can be filtered by job and filtered/sorted like the frontend view. If you click to view an application you’ll be able to edit:
And you’ll be able to add notes:
You can also allow candidates to view their past applications by adding the [past_applications] shortcode to a page. If you use the Resume Manager add-on, you’ll most likely want to add the shortcode to the Candidate Dashboard page that is created during that plugin’s setup, but it can be added to any page.
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