Go Fetch Jobs (for WP Job Manager)


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Instantly populate your WP Job Manager site with 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.

Easily categorize bulk job imports with job categories, job types, default custom fields values and expiry dates.

Besides the usual Title + Description + Date usually provided by RSS feeds, Go Fetch Jobs can also (optionally) extract and auto fill job companies logos, company names and locations, if that information is provided by the RSS feed.

It also comes with the ability to save import rules as templates so you can later recycle/re-use them for new imports.

Upgrade to a Premium plan to keep it automatically updated with fresh jobs added every day, through automatic schedules! (*)

Features include:

  • Ready to use RSS Feeds from popular providers, including jobs.theguardian.com, with detailed setup instructions
  • Import jobs from any valid RSS feed
  • Seamless integration with WPJM jobs
  • Assign job expiry date
  • Save import rules as templates
  • Company logos on select providers
  • Company names and job locations on select providers

  • And more…

Additional features, exclusive to Premium plans include:

  • Ready to use RSS feeds from popular job sites including: monster.com, indeed.com, careerjet.com and craigslist
  • Pull jobs from Indeed, Careerjet, ZipRecruiter, Jobs2Careers, AdView, and CVLibrary API’s
  • Custom RSS builder for select providers that allows creating custom RSS feeds with specific keywords/location
  • Automated scheduled imports
  • Positive and negative keyword filtering
  • Job Types/Categories mappings for Smart Assign
  • Ability to extract incomplete/missing meta data directly from provider site on select providers (can extract full job descriptions, companies, locations and logos – e.g: Indeed)
  • ‘Test’ or ‘Run’ schedules directly from the schedules page
  • Set your own time interval between schedule runs
  • Extract and auto-fill job company names and locations on select providers
  • Auto assign job types and job categories based on each job content

  • And more…

Visit the official website for more details on features and available plans.

(*) You can upgrade to any plan directly from the plugin.


  • Existing RSS Providers List
  • Load Saved Import Templates
  • RSS Feed Setup Detailed Instructions
  • Custom RSS Feed Builder
  • Fetch Job Companies Logos
  • Set Job Providers Information / Optional URL Parameters
  • Set Job Details for Imported Jobs
  • Filters / Save Templates
  • Job Listings for Imported Jobs (Frontend)
  • Single Job Page for Imported Jobs (Frontend)
  • Settings Page
  • Jobs Filter & Provider Column


  1. Extract the zip file and just drop the contents in the wp-content/plugins/ directory of your WordPress installation and then activate the Plugin from the Plugins page.
  2. A new Menu named ‘Go Fetch Jobs’ will be available on the left sidebar.


Why are jobs not showing full job descriptions ?

Some sites don’t provide full job descriptions on their RSS feeds. This is usually intended to have users still visit the original site to read the full description.

Why don’t all jobs show a logo after importing ?

Logos are not available in all RSS feeds and unfortunately, RSS feeds that provide them are still the exception.

Why do I sometimes see logo thumbnails from imported jobs in the backend but not in frontend ?

Since some of the logos pulled from RSS feeds are from images stored on CDN’s they cannot be stored as native WordPress featured images in the media library.
This means that if your theme does not use the default WPJM the_company_logo() function to display jobs on the frontend these logos will not be displayed. You’ll need some custom
changes to be able to do that. I can help you on this if you need it.

How do I import jobs so that they are all automatically assigned to the matching category ?

Only the Premium plans provide this feature through the Smart Assign option. In the Free version you need to choose one category that will be assigned to all jobs on each bulk import.

How do I activate my premium plan after purchase ?

After your purchase, deactivate the Free version and download and activate the premium version. Under Go Fetch Jobs > Account, click ‘Sync’ or the Activate Plan button.
If the premium plan is not activated immediately please try again later since it can take a few minutes until the server is updated.


January 29, 2020
Great plugin and great author ( Bruno Carreço ) Bruno included nuveoo api in less then a week when we asked for it. Great support, He well deserved the 5 stars.
November 29, 2018
I like this plugin. It is easy to use, fast. You can get easily the jobs from WP Job Manager plugin populated. If you work on the development of jobs website this plugin is pure gold and saves you time. Thanks for this plugin!
May 1, 2018
I don't often rave about how things should be done, but if you ever want an example of a great plugin and fantastic aftercare you get it here. functionality and user experience are great. It does what is is supposed to do very well. Post sales support really makes an effort to resolve issues first time. If I could add a 6th start I would.
April 25, 2017
Exceptional support from Bruno on the development team. We were having problems with failed importations, for which he provided a fix to our database after being given admin access, and proactively pointed out a possible conflict with another plug in. Then when we were having problems with the importation of a particular job feed (which was the error of the creator of the feed, and no fault of the plug in's developers), he provided us with some custom code to eliminate the troublesome field from the import process. Both within a couple of days. Above and beyond support if you purchase a full license. Highly recommended!
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Contributors & Developers

“Go Fetch Jobs (for WP Job Manager)” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.



– Added scraping support to ‘Dribbble’
– Added ‘MediaBistro’ provider (media jobs – supports metadata scraping)
– Added ‘SalesHeads’ provider (sales jobs)
– Added ‘Healthcarejobs’ provider (healthcare jobs)
– Added ‘GitHub Jobs’ provider (coding jobs)
– Removed ‘totaljobs.com’ provider since it no longer provides RSS feeds
– Removed ‘us.jobs’ provider since it no longer provides RSS feeds
– Removed ‘sap.dice.com’ provider since it no longer provides RSS feeds
– Moved all provider logos to ‘/images/’logo folder

– CVLibrary application URL’s returning ‘none’
– Option ‘Allow Visitors to Apply’ showing apply button when unchecked

– Added ‘StackOverflow’ provider
– Added support for one level deep field mappings
– Improved framework for integration with other themes/plugins
– Removed ‘seek.com.au’ provider since it no longer provides RSS feeds
– Freemius: tracking permissions enhancements

– Keyword matching not honoring ‘Keyword Matching’ settings
– HTML being stripped from job descriptions
– Invalid timestamp being displayed when schedules are run manually
– Added new option to replace apply to job inline link with text

– Some default meta fields data being ignored on import
– Introduce new filter ‘goft_wpjm_source_link’ for easier override of the application URL output

– Broken author link
– Broken official site link

– Added next schedule run date/time (aproximate) to schedules list
– Display only basic import stats on schedule list to make it cleared
– Removed ‘Date’ column from schedules list
– Only consider last run time for schedules that ran through Cron (ignore manual or test runs)
– Consider WordPress date format setting for dates displayed on schedules pages

– Some schedules not running after recent update to ‘hourly’ Cron job runs

– Updated plugin name on plugins list
– Introduce easy field mappings (map fields directly on the sample table!)
– Introduce smart field mappings!
– Introduce new recurrence times to schedules: ‘hourly’ and ‘every 12 hours’
– Hide the provider details group of fields by default (can be toggled from the ‘Screen Options’ menu)
– Automatically clear cache when jobs are deleted (jobs previously imported that were then deleted couldn’t be imported again without manually clearing cache)
– Lots of behind the scenes improvements
– Added new ‘snippet’ option for ‘AdView’ that allows choosing the snippet size
– Added ‘Expire Jobs’ option to AdView to auto-expire jobs with click tracking no longer valid

– Security fix
– Provider ID not assigned to jobs on backend, on scheduled imports
– Importer crashing when collecting existing jobs for duplicate comparison on large databases
– Company logos sometimes not importing if there was a direct 1:1 mapping
– Database query used to help checking for duplicates sometimes causing crashes on big databases