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Opencart Job Board

Opencart Job Board module enables the admin to post jobs on various fields on their Opencart store. This method is used by many giant stores to get the manpower through their eCommerce website and this method is very cost effective. Using this module admin will create different job postings. You can create any number of job postings for the job board.

Features

  • Admin can add different Categories for the post.
  • Admin can post and can assign to related category.
  • Admin can see list of all applicants.
  • Admin can modify the job postings.
  • Customer can attach their CV file with their details.

Installation Of Opencart Job Board

Customers will get a zip folder and they have to extract the contents of this zip folder on their system. The extracted folder has – admin, catalog & ocmod folders. You need to transfer the admin catalog folders into the Opencart root directory on the server as shown below.

After this you will navigate to Extension Installer and upload the file wk_job_board.ocmod.xml which you will find inside the ocmod folder. After uploading the file click continue as shown below.

Now navigate to ->Extensions->Modifications and click refresh on the top right hand side as shown below.

Now go to Extensions-> Modules->Job Board and click the install button to install the module as shown below.

Admin Configuration For The Job Board

After successful installation of the module navigate through Extensions->Modules->Job Board and click on the edit button to configure the module. Here admin will Enable the module and set other settings like – Job Board title and job board content that is to be displayed on the front end. Click save after that as shown below.

Now you can see the Job Board menu item in your panel menu after you save the above settings.

To add a new job category, click on the menu item “Job Category” and then  click  add new button icon on the top right corner as shown below.

Then you will have to set the category status as “Enabled” and create the Category Name that you want to display as shown below.

After that you will add the Jobs for the Job category that you created above. So click on the Jobs menu item and click add new button icon on the top right corner as shown below.

Now set the Job status as “enabled” and fill the entries for the job like- Job Position, Category of the Job, eligibility for the Job, Skills required, experience required, Salary compensation, location of the job and the job summary in brief and click save after that.

Admin will be able to see all the candidates who have applied for the job postings under the menu item “Job Applicants” as shown below.

Application Process For The Job Posting

The applicants will be able to see the awesome job board on the front end. Here the applicants will see different job categories and can apply to the jobs for those categories as shown below.

By clicking on the “View details” applicant can see the job details and can apply for the Job here as shown below.

After clicking on the apply button applicant will see the application form where they can provide all the details required for applying to the job. After filling the required entries, applicant will submit the application and can see a success message after that.

After the application has been submitted, admin will be able to see the complete list of applicants that have applied to the job postings under his panel menu item “Job Applicants”. Click on the Job Applicants to see the complete list of applicants who have applied as shown below.

Here admin can see the details of the applicants that have applied for the job postings and can download their resume after clicking the download resume button.

The downloaded resume of the applicant-

That is all for the Opencart Job Board, still have any issue feel free to add a ticket and let us know your views to make the module better http://webkul.uvdesk.com/

Current Product Version - 2.0.0.0

Supported Framework Version - 2.0.x.x, 2.1.x.x, 2.2.x.x, 2.3.x.x

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