WP Job Manager Resume Manager Addon
Resume Manager is a plugin that was created on top of WP Job Manager that provides a resume submission form and resume listings to your website. All of these features can be managed from inside the WordPress admin area. You are able to build up a simple resume posting site with the help of the Resume Manager plugin, which is based on WP Job Manager. Because it is built on shortcode, it is extremely easy to set up, and it is compatible with any theme (provided that some CSS styling is applied). The user interface for the administrator is quite similar to that of WP Job Manager; it lists the submitted resumes and gives the administrator the ability to approve, amend, or delete them.
- Give prospective employees the opportunity to publish their resumes on your website and apply for positions using those resumes.
- You can create a list of resumes and restrict access to them to specific user roles if you like.
- Limit the user roles that are allowed to view candidate contact information.
- Built on WP Job Manager, which makes it user-friendly for developers.
The resumes shortcode generates a list of resumes, followed by a search and filter form that is driven by ajax (results are shown instantly). Utilizing the user features provided by WordPress, it is possible to restrict access to resumes.
Candidates’ names, contact information, websites, educational and professional backgrounds, and job histories are collected via the resume submission form.
The candidate has the ability to add as many items of education and experience as they see fit. These additions can include notes, names, dates, positions, and qualifications.
Immediately following the submission of the form, a preview will be shown. The preview is formatted to look just like the live resume.
If the candidate is logged in, they will have the ability to amend or remove their submitted resumes via the candidate dashboard.
Apply to jobs with resumes
Resumes can be submitted as an application for positions that can be found online and have an email address listed as the method of submission. The user will be presented with a form that asks them to choose an existing resume from their profile and enter a message that will later be sent via email to the potential employer. In addition, a personal link to the candidate’s online resume will be provided to the prospective employer.
Users who are not currently logged in and users who have not previously submitted a resume may be prompted to submit a resume and apply for the position after the resume has been submitted.
Single resumes provide all of the information that was gathered, in addition to displaying a “contact” button that companies can click to read the candidate’s email address and get in touch with them.
Using WordPress’s user capabilities, you have the ability to restrict who is able to view contact information and resumes.