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PloneJobBoard (1.0)

by olena last modified 2009-01-16
Released on 2006-04-08 by Martin Aspeli for Plone 2.1 under GPL - GNU General Public License available for All platforms.
Software development stage: beta

Plone Job Board is a job board product for Plone. It lets mangers set up arbitrary structures of job boards, organised in hierarchies e.g. by location, skills or industry. Members can then create job postings that show up in some or all of these boards, and when a posting is published, others can respond to the posting with their contact details and CVs.


This product consists of several types - JobCategory, JobSubCategory, JobBoard on the one hand, and JobPosting and JobResponse on the other.
Site administrators add JobCategory's to the site and adds sub-categories and job boards to these. Categories may be marked as required, meaning
that a new job posting must select a board in this category, and you may decide whether new job postings should be permitted to select more than
one or only a single board in this category. You may also restrict posting to different portal roles on both the category, sub-category and job board level.
Categories, sub-categories and boards are 'active' by default. To de-activate them and thus exclude them from selection and hide them from public     view, use the 'state' drop-down.
Job categories thus allow you to set up different ways of browsing the job boards. You may for instance use one set of categories for geographical     locations, and another for industry.
Privileged members create JobPosting's in their home directory or elsewhere. This gives details about the job, and creates references to the relevant  job boards. When published, the posting will be shown on all the selected boards. Other members may then add JobResponses inside the JobPosting. These give details about the applicant, including a short personal response, contact details and an uploaded resume. Only the job poster may see these responses after they have been created.

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