Job Manager & Career
Making changes to your job page shouldn’t be hard with the Job Manager Plugin by themehigh. Being a simple yet well-designed job board plugin lets you add and manage job listings as well as job applications on your WordPress site with ease.
Now, feed your job page by just copy-pasting the short-code. Vacancies with all the information like Job title, Job description and further requirement will now be displayed on the front-end for the candidates to apply.
JOB MANAGER & CAREER AT A GLANCE
? Plugin inherits the website theme colour & styles.
? Shortcodes to display full job list as well as an individual job.
? Filter & Search Jobs based on Keywords, Category, Location & job type
? Feature jobs with badges to highlight the vacancies.
? Application form to accept user job submissions.
? Resume Upload supports file formats- .pdf, .doc,.docx.
? Set Job Expiry if required.
? Control Job visibility based on the job status [expired, filled-in etc]
? Back up and import the plugin data.
With Job Manager plugin “no coding knowledge required” to use it on your WordPress website as it follows your website theme. Colour or font, you will have the same inherited for your job page.
Short-code has the advantage of displaying the content in as many locations as you need, just need to copy the code to required pages. You have a dedicated Career page, you can have the whole list of available vacancies displayed using a single shortcode.
If you need a particular job displayed on a specific page, let’s say on the Home page as it’s an immediate requirement. Just copy-paste the short-code for that specific job. This makes the Job Manager a fully flexible career plugin.
Requirements for the job vacancies like Experience, Skills, Certifications can be set as job features, which will help applicants to confirm if they qualify for the opening. Searching through the job is made easier with the filter option. Job seekers can search & filter the jobs based on Keywords, Category, Location and Job types.
Once a job is posted on the website, we all know, it is always a tedious job for the recruiter to go through all the emails to sort the applicants. It can be difficult to find the applicant’s details and sometimes we may have no clue to which position a candidate applied! But with Job Manager plugin, you can get the applicants’ list, making it easy for your initial screening. To add-on, you can even mark the applications status to pending, selected and rejected for your future reference.
On the contrary, if you don’t want the application form on your site, you can simply mention the email address to which they are to send their email applications.
At the end, does it happen to be a double work to delete jobs which are filled-in or which are irrelevant as they expired? You can use the option to hide the filled-in or expired jobs available Themehigh’s job listing plugin.
WordPress 4.7 or greater
PHP version 5.2.4 or greater (PHP 5.6 or greater is recommended)
MySQL version 5.0 or greater (MySQL 5.6 or greater is recommended)
Log in to your WordPress dashboard
Navigate to the Plugins menu and click Add New.
Search and locate ‘Themehigh Job Manager’ plugin.
Click ‘Install Now’
The manual installation method involves downloading ‘Themehigh Job Manager’ plugin and uploading it to your webserver via FTP application. You may find more instructions on how to do this here (https://codex.wordpress.org/Managing_Plugins#Manual_Plugin_Installation).
How to create a job listing?
Login to Dashboard ? navigate to Job Listings ? click on “Add New” to add a new job listing.
The added job will be displayed in the front-end where the short-code [THJMF-JOBS] is used.
How to set an expiry date for an existing job post?
To set expiry date,
Login to Dashboard ? navigate to Job Listings ? “All Jobs” submenu.
“Edit” the required job.
Navigate to the Expiry date field and set an expiry date for the job.
Click on Update
Once a job is expired, the users will not be able to apply for the same.
How can I control the job visibility based on job status(expired, filled-in etc)?
Login to Dashboard ? navigate to Job Listings “Settings” sub-menu.
From the “General Settings” tab, you can turn “on/off” the visibility for expired jobs,filled-in jobs, etc.