Bullhorn Open SourceCareer Portal – WordPress Plugin

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>A simple, lightweight WordPress plugin that adds Career Portal to any page in
your WordPress install by adding the following snippet into the cont …

Author:Bullhorn (profile at wordpress.org)
WordPress version required:4.6
WordPress version tested:5.7.2
Plugin version:3.3.0
Added to WordPress repository:20-06-2018
Last updated:22-06-2021
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Plugin URI:https://github.com/bullhorn/career-portal
Total downloads:8 387
Active installs:1 000+
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A simple, lightweight WordPress plugin that adds Career Portal to any page in your WordPress install by adding a snippet into the content of any page.

Implementation

Getting your Career Portal to show up in WordPress is easy. Simply add and customize the following script to any page:

[oscp]

Then, use the new plugin configuration to set your Career Portal settings.

Required Parameters

  • Corp Token – Your Bullhorn corporation token. We give you this when you’re Bullhorn CRM has Career Portal enabled.
  • Swim Lane – Your Bullhorn swimlane (also provided by Bullhorn).
  • Accepted Resume Types – The resume types you want to support.
  • Locale – Language of your Career Portal.
  • Default View – The default layout of your Career Portal.
  • Gender Race & Ethnicity Field – Shows or hides the gender/race/ethnicity field for EEOC purposes
  • Veteran Status Field – Shows or hides the veteran field for EEOC purposes
  • Disability Field – Shows or hides the disability field for EEOC purposes

Don’t have these? Reach out to Bullhorn’s support staff. They can get these
to you in a heartbeat.

Optional Parameters

  • Company Name – The name you want to appear in the header of your Career Portal.
  • Height – iFrame height attribute.
  • Width – iFrame width attribute.
  • Scrollable – iFrame scrollable attribute.
  • Linked In Client ID – Your LinkedIn Client ID (to enable apply with LinkedIn)

Contributing

Please feel free to fork this and hack on it. It’s a free contribution to the Bullhorn and WordPress communities. If you have suggestions or requests, please create a Github issue.