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Resume Submissions & Job Postings

Allows the admin to create and show job postings. Users can submit their resume in response to a posting or for general purposes.

8 reviews
Average Rating
4 stars
4.1 out of 5 stars
5 stars
perfect
By , for WP 3.8.1

Works GREAT! I also LOVE how you can go into the dashboard and all your jobs and submissions are there.

Thanks for writing a wonderful app =)

4 stars
It works!
By , for WP 3.8.1

It works, lots of features for a free plugin, thanks!

4 stars
This is great!!!
By , for WP 3.8.1

Is this possible for ajax submit? because i am using one page, I dont want to return back to homepage after submitting the form. Please help you can email me at [email address moderated - these forums do not provide support via email]

1 star
just for US
By , for WP 3.6.1

doesn't work with cyrilic

5 stars
Excellent
By , for WP 3.5.1

Nice, easy to install and setup. Works well....

Just needs job categories and it would be perfect for any small-to-medium employer

5 stars
Please, ignore them and move on
By , for WP 3.5.1

The plugin is wonderful, its works very good in my website, ignore who bother you and do yor work because many of us are very grateful with you, please work in a new update.

3 stars
Simple, but poor coding...
By , for WP 3.5

I really like the simplicity in this plugin. I prefer it better than any other out there. So first I'd like to thank the author for his efforts.

Unfortunately the coding isn't good. I was surprised with the "Regarding job" drop down field in the submission form. I mean, what do you need the "regarding job" field when you are already in the job you want to submit to. Makes no sense. And what if you have a lot of job postings? That's really not gonna work.

So I decided to take a look into the code to remove that. I noticed then that the developer was actually using the job listing's name as the unique key for database transfer. That's not good practice. Retrieving the current job's "id" is as simple as this: global $post; $post->ID;

Until some descent working functionality is implemented into this plugin, I wouldn't recommend it... The author seems that hasn't thought of adding more functionality. Of course is free. You can make your own opinion by testing it out!

1 star
poor
By ,

It is very poor plugin:-(

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