Job Postings
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You can manage all available jobs on your website. Job posting page includes a complete list of your jobs, both imported and manually added. Title, employer, product, posting date, number of applicants applied, status and actions buttons are included in the list.

Sorting Job Postings

By default, the job-posting list will be sorted by Posting Date. If you pay attention, you may notice that next to the Posting Date there is an arrow. This arrow means, that posting date column sorts your current job postings list in an ascending order (the newest jobs display on the top).

Click this arrow and your job postings will be sorted in a descending order (the latest job postings will be displayed on the top).

In addition, as your website received a number of job postings, you may need to find out how many jobs in average posts each employer. To do so, simply can click the employer column to sort all your job postings by employer and quickly scan the job postings. You can also, sort job postings by products or status.

Filtering Job Postings

If you need to find a specific job quickly, use the filter tool at the top of the job posting list.

Simply click Filter Jobs and in the filter box, choose whether you want to filter job postings by keywords, posting date, employer’s name or email, product, status etc. and click Filter.

The filter tool will return all matching results.

Adding a New Job

Website owners have a possibility to add jobs through their admin interfaces. To get started, in Job Posting Page click Add New Job

Next, fill out the job details

and click Save when finished. Read more about configuring job types.

Deleting Jobs

To delete a job, select its check-box on the left –hand side from the job title column and choose “delete”. After confirmation, system will automatically delete the selected jobs.

Please note once the job posting is deleted it will not recoverable.

Importing and exporting your job listings is also easily done. You can read more about it here.

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