WordPress has evolved a lot since its inception, when it was only used for blogging but now it can be used to build full-fledged sites with all the modern functionality. That’s why if you’re thinking to build a job posting or job listing site then you can simply install a job board theme in WordPress and get started quickly. In this roundup, we’re going to take a look at some of the best job board themes for WordPress in 2014.
These job board themes come with all the features that a job listing site usually has. It comes with a search functionality, post a job option for employers, management of resumes, separate dashboard for job seekers and employers, payment gateway and more. You can even earn from such a job post site by allowing paid job listings, or let it remain free.
JobRoller is a premium responsive job board theme for WordPress. It is one of the very popular job board theme and comes with tons of features. The theme allows you to sell job listing space (and thereby earn money), and within minutes you’ll start accepting new resumes. It includes separate portals and tools for both job seekers and employers – everything you need to quickly deploy and establish your own online recruitment business.
Jobify is a job listing WordPress theme that allows you to create a community of employers and prospective employees. Live searching and filtering makes finding relevant jobs easier, and the homepage is also customizable so that you’re in control of your website. You can charge a fee for job listing and can manually approve job submissions. The theme works with some popular plugins like: WP Job Manager, WooCommerce Paid Listings, Soliloquy Lite, GravityForms, Restrict Content Pro and many more.
Nine to Five
Nine to Five is a clean and simple job theme with more than 50 powerful customization options so that you can create your very own job site within minutes. The theme allows you to accept paid listings using PayPal, and you can also select almost any international currency. People seeking a job can add their resume, and employers have the option to receive applications via email directly from the site. The search is powered by Ajax, which means it auto-completes your search term so that the visitor can quickly find the job.
JobsHub is a web app WordPress theme which will turn your blog into a professional job listing site. With its payment options such as PayPal and Bank Transfer, you can turn your site’s traffic into income by letting people to post their CV and job vacancies. Visitors (job seekers) can apply for the jobs available right on your site.
JobJockey is a theme that handles job posting in a WordPress environment. Alternatively, you could use JobJockey to turn your website traffic into money by letting people post job vacancies and apply for those on your own WordPress-powered website. Its seamless integration with PayPal allows you to make money on auto-pilot. The theme has separate dashboards for job seekers and employers.
Job Board Theme
Start your own niche-market job board websites in minutes using this Job Board theme from PremiumPress. The theme comes with many features such as: member profiles, submit resume, in-built messaging system, listings and membership, advanced search and member account areas.
Which one is your favorite, or do you have any other suggestions? Let me know in the comments below.