Hello we are looking for someone to create code from our partner Bullhorn Software so we can add a separate Job section (Internal vs. our Consultants) to our website. BH states that if we query the name of our company "Advantis Global Inc." we can separate the two categories.
Here is what our partner BH is recommending..
I spoke to our support team about this and have the following feedback. Reviewing your jobs portal on your website, we can see that you're using the Open Source Career Portal, and the query to return jobs on that page is currently using just the default logic provided in the package. Specifically, it's making the below call:
[url removed, login to view](isOpen:1)&fields=id,title,publishedCategory(id,name),address(city,state),employmentType,dateLastPublished,publicDescription,isOpen,isPublic,isDeleted&count=20&sort=-dateLastPublished&start=0
The filter/aka query, "query=(isOpen:1)", is currently just restricting the jobs returned on the page so that it only displays the open jobs.
Our intent with the way we developed the Open Source Career Portal is that we provide a set of code for download where we built the layout/logic which we believe that would meet the majority of needs, but "open sourced" the code for the portal so that any developer can download the code and make any adjustments they like: [url removed, login to view]
If you're looking to have two links where the jobs are filtered differently, your website developer would need to download the code for the portal from our GitHub site, adjust the code to filter as you would prefer, then upload that custom version to your website instead of our "vanilla" version. The adjusted code for the internal hire jobs would contain the filter that points to the company name or ID of the company record which has the internal hire jobs, while the code for the consultant jobs would be filtered to not include any jobs from the company with the internal hire jobs.