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Ultimate Member Job Manager


This plugin integrates WP Job Manager and its extensions into your Ultimate Member user profiles.

This plugin needs Ultimate Member and WP Job Manager to be installed!

Ultimate Member Job Manager is compatible with the following WP Job Manager extensions:
Applications, Bookmarks and Job Alerts.

A separate tab will be available in the user profile for every installed extension.

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In free version it only integratesĀ Applications, Bookmarks and Job Alerts.
Ultimate Member Job Manager — Premium plugin (

This UM component is for adding Job Manager to user profile ( for UM ). This plugin needs UM,WP Job Manager and compatible with WP Job Manager – Applications,WP Job Manager – Resume Manager, WP Job Manager – Bookmarks,WP Job Manager – Job Alerts.

Premium plugin Demo:


This very simple like other wordpress plugin:
1. Upload the plugin to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress


Good Plugin

great work kishor (Author), awaiting new updates for resume with another plugin on my site coz WP Job Manager Resume is paid

Does what it says. Well…kinda.

What can I say. This is the classic example of a plugin being on the right train, but on the wrong track.

If you’re here then your probably pretty familiar how both Ultimate Member and WP Job Manager work. Well focusing on Ultimate Member. You know using UM give you two ways to display content. An Account page and an User Profile page. And this where things start to go a bit off track.

Instead of breaking WP Job Manager up between the two pages. It throws everything at The User Profile page. Where some info should go on the Account page as well.

“Job Postings” and “Post a Job” should go on the account side of things, because its dealing with account type information. Where as “Bookmarks” and “Job Listings” should go on the user profile, because they’re dealing with informative content.

Hopefully the author of this plugin see’s this post and fixes this. Or at least, gives the option where to place WP Job Manager content.

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Contributors & Developers

“Ultimate Member Job Manager” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.




  • First Release