Press Release: NeoJoomla - A new version of recruitment component : NeoRecruit is available

Submitted By Bryan Ruby July 28, 2007

NeoJoomla is happy to announce the release of version 1.4 of recruitment component: NeoRecruit!

NeoRecruit 1.4 allows a clearer posting of your job offers. The new module NeoRecruit Categories (supplied with the component) will display the categories tree, from which you could access directly the offers of a specific category.

The application system was modified too, you could now submit unsolicited applications. These ones will be recorded like other applications, and the responsibles could access the details, the CV and covering letters from front or admin area.

Another important improvement is the mail notifications. When a candidate submits one's application, the offer responsible will receive an email with all the application details as well as the CV and the covering letters as attachments. And when a new offer is supplied, the administrators of the site will receive the offers details by mail too.

Last improvement but not the least, NeoRecruit have now its own search function. You could now search specifics offers best corresponding to your profile, by selecting different criteria like the type of contract, the level of study, the sphere of activity or the place of work.

A search mambot was also developed, using the native search module of Joomla!. You could find very quickly job offers using key words.

You’ll find others features of this component on http://www.neojoomla.com/en/cms-joomla/e...


Submitted By Bryan Ruby| July 28, 2007

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