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Version: 1.1.3.2
License: GNU GPL v2

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Offer job postings on your site with Jobline! Your users can browse jobs or search by job title and apply immediately online. Recruiters can add jobs from the frontend.
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Demo - FAQ - Documentation - Tracker - Forum

Offer job postings on your site with Jobline! Your users can browse jobs or search by job title and apply immediately online. Recruiters can add jobs and update job status throughout the hiring process. The administrator can approve or deny any job and controls publishing status. See the demo at Jx Development


Requirements

  • Joomla 1.0.x or Joomla 1.5 (with legacy mode)
  • PHP 4.2.2 or above
  • MySQL 4.x or 5.x

Features

  • View job openings - Users can list published job openings and sort on different fields.
  • Post job openings - Any visitor can post job openings, but they need to be approved by admin before they are published.
  • View internship openings - Like job openings but only for internships.
  • Post internship opening - Post internship opening.
  • Submit application - Users can send applications for job openings.
  • Search job postings.
  • SEF enabled links.
  • All strings separated in separate language files for easy translation.
  • Included languages: English, French, Italian, Russian, Swedish, Dutch, Spanish, Polish, Brazilian Portuguese, Norwegian, German Formal, German Informal, Portuguese, Turkish, Catalan
  • Frontend HTML is separated into admin editable template files.
  • Possibility to have several different sets of templates.
  • Uses the Mambo html editor for description field.
  • Possibility to customize extra fields for job postings.
  • Upload CV document when sending application for a job.
  • Works with Joomla 1.5!

Try a demo of Jobline

There is a Demo of Jobline installed here on the site that you can use to try out the frontend functionality of Jobline. I will try to get a separate site installed where you can try out the backend as well.

Installation

Just install the component as according to the Joomla documentation.

Information

If you have any bugs to report, or want to make a feature suggestion, or just want to inform me of your site running this component you can write about it on the forums at my Joomla site which you can find at this address: Jx Development

All components and modules I've released are available from that site so if you are looking for more Joomla extensions, feel free to visit.

If you like this component you can encourage the development by donating a few dollars to me via PayPal on the address This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

About the Author

This component was initially developed by Olle Johansson.
Find more Joomla extensions modules on Olle Johanssons Joomla site Jx Development.

Credits

Jobline was conceptualized and funded by PICnet, Inc, which has graciously agreed to license it as GPL.

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+1 #34 Oscar V 2011-10-19 19:57
When you release the new version compatible with joomla 1.6.6 and/or 7
I have 1.6.6 version but cannot install and all the world tell this is a good extension for posting jobs

Thanks
 
 
+1 #33 grumblemarc 2007-09-04 20:41
What would accent this totally is a "Latest Posting/jobs" module.
 
 
+4 #32 pranita 2006-10-27 08:39
want updated version of joline component for uploading cv
in word and PDF Format. :sad:
 
 
+1 #31 Chilly_Bang 2006-10-26 02:58
If you are using the Jobline Component by http://mambo.theyard.org/ you should noticed that the 'apply for this job' form is not validating any required field, so visitors can just click the send button and see the 'thank you' page without even filled any of the fields.

Here is the solution: (I assume you are using the 'simple' template of the jobline)

1 - Go to your admin area,

2 - Open Components > Jobline > List Templates,

3 - Edit the 'applicationform ' template,

4- Replace the whole code with the following:













{mxtlang=_JL_APPLYFORJOB }: {mxtvalue=title}
Los campos marcados con asterisco (*) son obligatorios.


{mxtlang=_JL_FIRSTNAME}*



{mxtlang=_JL_LASTNAME}*



{mxtlang=_JL_ADDRESS1}*



{mxtlang=_JL_ADDRESS2}



{mxtlang=_JL_CITY}*


{mxtshowif=config_useussta te}

{mxtlang=_JL_STATE}
{mxtvalue=usstates}

{/mxtshowif}

{mxtlang=_JL_ZIPCODE}



{mxtlang=_JL_DAYTELEPHON E}*



{mxtlang=_JL_EVENINGTELE PHONE}



{mxtlang=_JL_APPLICANTEM AIL}*



{mxtlang=_JL_COVER_LETTE R}



{mxtlang=_JL_RESUME}*










5 - Near the top of the code you can say which of the fields are required or not.

found on: http://www.javieryep.com/site1002/content/view/48/29/
 
 
0 #30 Guest 2005-10-25 01:27
:-?
Is it possible to include in the listing of all Job a little picture ?
I think it is better if yo have more than 1 different "customer" will post regulary Job.
For IE : an entreprise will have an account and will publlish Job regulary. For his enterprise it is a good idea to have this logo apear on each Job posted for disting of other !
sorry for my poor english :sigh:
 
 
0 #29 Guest 2005-09-27 14:14
Great component!
I have just a little suggestion for an updated version:
Could you add an option to upload (mail) a reume-file instead of putting it all in a little textarea. Maybe also a good idea for the application-letter?
 
 
+1 #28 Guest 2005-08-19 01:55
Are you available for custom updates if need be?

I need job matching and tracking options. Great software!!
 
 
+1 #27 Guest 2005-07-14 06:54
ERRORRRRR:

Notice: You have an error in your SQL syntax. Check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near '[selectedIndex] .value + '&limitstart=0' ORDER BY site_id DESC, in /home/aryrcl/public_html/includes/database.php on line 184
:sad: :cry:
 
 
0 #26 Guest 2005-04-22 08:21
Thanks Olle,
I look forward to the version update where (optionally) only registered users can post jobs or apply for them.

ChrisM.
 
 
+1 #25 Guest 2005-04-11 16:12
This is a great component, thanks!Is there a way to feed the jobs to RSS? That will allow for publishing in the newsscroller.
 
 
+1 #24 admin 2005-02-08 05:00
Please don't ask questions, post feature requests or bug reports here. I have a bug tracker and support forum for those things and I need to have everything in the same place so that I won't miss it. I will not answer any more questions placed as comments to this page.

The comments should primarily be used for comments on the component or the text itself.

Thank you.
 
 
+1 #23 doc 2005-02-05 23:39
I understand Jobline uses the ccs of Mambo. Please specify the file. I wonder how could one increase the hight of the row, and also the position of the components on the page. Currently using the standard Mambo template it is quite crowded.

Thanks,

--doc
 
 
0 #22 Guest 2005-01-28 01:09
Hi Great component, but needs slight customisation for my particular use. Only subtle changes . Would you consider payment for such work? and if so how much would you charge?

Darron,
 
 
0 #21 Guest 2005-01-24 12:48
Could be interesting to register the applications (users should be able to post them CV/application and edit/update it later).
So employers, via admin authorisation, could have access to a complete data base of profiles.
 
 
0 #20 Guest 2005-01-23 07:53
Mine didn't work either, so I just removed "apply now" button. Employer should provide clear instructions in "how to apply".
 
 
0 #19 Guest 2005-01-20 22:44
This is a great component...I will be using it on my site as soon as I go live. Question:
If you don't put an email down (some of my job posters don't accept applications via email) then when they click apply for job the job application just gets lost. How can I disable "apply for job" if there is no email provided?????
 
 
0 #18 Guest 2005-01-05 19:56
Finally I found what I was looking for. Thank you.
Another idea: employer should be a registered user and be able to edit posted message without asking admin (if this position is on hold or if they want to unpublish it). Login and password could be the same as for registered user. There is one more benefit in it - if email provided is incorrect - we know who to contact (registered user).
 
 
0 #17 Gardener 2005-01-01 21:47
Quote:
I as the admin would like to have an email notification whenever a posting goes out to one of my customers


Sure, sounds like a good idea, I'll try to add that for the next release.

Quote:
It may have a component like an applicant management attached to Jobline. This component will help arranging interview schedule and screening applicants.


Yes, I understand it would be a good thing, but it's a big feature and it won't be included in the near future.

Quote:
do not want to have to fill in all comapny info forms every time or have them displayed to users. How can I hide/delete/sabotage/camoflage those fields?


You could edit the file components/com_jobline/jobline.html.php and remove where the fields are printed.

For future versions I'm planning on making it possible to select what fields should be shown and possible add new fields and have defaults values etc.
 
 
0 #16 Guest 2004-12-29 10:23
I like the component, but ALL job postings are for my own company. I do not want to have to fill in all comapny info forms every time or have them displayed to users. How can I hide/delete/sabotage/camoflage those fields?
 
 
0 #15 Guest 2004-12-22 10:27
Just another idea. It may have a component like an applicant management attached to Jobline. This component will help arranging interview schedule and screening applicants.
 

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