Wordpress Staffing Plugin

SwiftCloud contains an Applicant Tracking System (“ATS”) to help companies recruit, hire, and onboard both full time workers, freelance and part time workers, and marketing affiliates, both on-site or off-site.

SwiftCloud has numerous staffing industry clients, and we’re familiar with the needs of recruiting agencies.

WordPress Staffing Plugin Features:

  • Automatically creates a careers / job openings Section (list of open positions, custom sidebar (optional), job application form), with advanced microformat support for SEO (Search Engine Optimization)
  • Automatically generate formatted job application forms with resume upload and/or portfolio option. All attachments are securely stored on SwiftCloud, and auto-associated back to the candidate applicant
  • Automatically add a jobs / careers section to the backend WordPress control panel to manage open positions for regular employer-companies or staffing / recruiting firms.

Specific Job Position Options & Features:

  • Specific to the Job Position:
    • Title
    • Description
    • Pay Rate (optional)
    • Pay Type (optional)
  • Optional but recommended if applicable (for SEO + categorization + cross-searchability)
    • Qualifications
      • Degree
      • License
    • Company (if recruiter / staffing firm mode) (optional; can be alias-handle like “Company 3”
    • Location (of employer)
    • time posted
    • recruiter (optional; generally used only by staffing industry)
    • industry
    • type (full time, part time)
    • location (of work: on-site, off site, travel required, etc.)
    • term (perm, temp, temp-to-perm, freelance)
  • The following data is based on global settings, and affects your SEO and job-board syndication:
    • Source (affects syndication to sites like Indeed.com, Monster.com etc.)
    • Company (if single-company mode not recruiter / staffing firm mode)

 

Shortcodes options:

Note: We’ll add a Shortcode Generator to your control panel, so you don’t need to remember this. Below is example data for reference and power users:

Widgets:

Drop these into any widget-location, typically sidebars and footers.

  • Search Jobs, including with filters by location, type, etc.
  • Latest Job Position Openings with any number of positions

Have questions? Leave a comment or contact us and we’ll update this page.

Did this help? If not, drop us a line and we'll update this article.