10+ Best Job Board Themes for WordPress

April 26th in Premium Themes, Theme Lists by .

Want to create a job board with WordPress? It’s not as hard as it might sound. Developers are coming up with new, attractive job themes all the time. Why would you want to create a job board using WordPress? If you run a blog, a job board could take it to the next level and solidify your community. WordPress makes managing these types of sites very convenient. Adding a job board to your website could bring you more traffic too.

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If you are planning to pick up a job hunting theme, you should make sure it is good looking, clean, fast, mobile-friendly, and easy to customize. Here are 10+ powerful job board themes you can use to give your job site a makeover:

jobengine

JobEngine: a beautiful, mobile-friendly job board theme for WordPress. JobEngine is easy to set up and highly customizable. It is available in multiple languages. You get plenty of awesome premium extensions to choose from.

Joby: a JobRoller child theme with 8 color schemes, 4 homepage variations, 4 header layouts, and beautiful job listings and single pages. It has wide/boxed layouts and jobs map, tweets, and other custom widgets.

Workscout: a WP Job Manager powered job board theme for WordPress. It comes integrated with Google Maps. Job hunters can apply to jobs on your site or bookmark them for the future. Workscout allows webmasters to charge for uploading jobs and resumes. Subscription plans are supported.

 

Careerfy: a responsive job portal theme with customizable templates ready to go. It supports RTL languages. Users can apply with Facebook & LinkedIn, import Indeed jobs, build a resume, and do a whole lot more. The theme comes integrated with WooCommerce.

Specialty: this job theme comes with drag & drop landing pages, responsive layout, and flexible search. It is powered by WP Job Manager. Works with Divi, Elementor, and other top page builders.

Job Roller: a powerful job listing theme for WordPress that takes full advantage of custom types, jQuery, and AJAX to bring your visitors the most dynamic experience possible.

jobify theme

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Jobify: a beautiful job board theme by Astoundify. It integrates with the WP Job Manager, Simple Paid Listings, Restrict Content Pro, Testimonials, and Soliloquy Lite. Jobify is Retina ready and has XML dummy content.

Job Board Theme: a flexible job board theme for WordPress that comes with 7 color schemes and tons of customization features in the back-end. PayPal is integrated into the theme as well, making it easier to start a paid job board with WordPress.

9 to 5: a quite flexible WordPress job theme. It has 8 color schemes and is AJAXified. It has a separate blog section and can be localized.

handyman

HandyMan: another WP Job Manager board theme that works with WPBakery page builder. It is powered by the Redux theme options panel. The theme is built on bootstrap and comes with Font Awesome icons.

Jobplanet: doesn’t require a separate plugin to work. This job board theme has AJAXified job search, WooCommerce integration, and admin reviewable submissions. Users can apply via LinkedIn, CV, or resume created on your site.

jobmonster

Jobmonster: this job board theme has 9 home variations. Employers can submit and edit jobs directly on the front-end. It works with WooCommerce. Employers and candidates can communicate on your site via private messages. Jobmonster comes integrated with Slider Revolution.

petsitter

PetSitter: as the name suggests, this theme connects pet sitters with pet parents on your site. It is built on Bootstrap and comes with plenty of color schemes and icons. It is compatible with WP Job Manager and WooCommerce.

Jobpress: if you are looking for a free job site theme, this template is worth checking out. You get custom post types, taxonomies, and custom page templates.

There you have it. Adding a job board to your site is an easy way to take your community to the next level. Thanks to the above job themes, you won’t have to spend too much time doing it.

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Stefan October 11, 2009 at 10:13 pm

Even though I love job boards since they will get you a job if you keep them under observation, I still think it is a bad idea to create way to many job boards. It gets out of hand and more difficult to keep track were all of the jobs end up.

With that said it might be a good idea to create niched job boards instead of the classic one with Wordpress and design.

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Nich September 26, 2010 at 11:24 pm

Templatic's Job board is one of the best. It has the advanced functionality yet easy to use.

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Dennis March 6, 2012 at 4:26 pm

Any suggestions if I'm interested in starting a Job Board where Recruiters can pay to see profiles/resumes?

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Cyrus March 8, 2012 at 2:52 pm

Not quite sure if I have seen a job board that does that. But I\’ll look for it.

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Daniele July 4, 2012 at 3:37 am

Hi Dennis,
I would recommend you to check http://wpjobboard.net/ for that!
It's not a theme but a plugin, but has plenty of options and I'm happily using it on my site.

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seoireland May 30, 2012 at 1:27 am

Here is one more I found. Not tested it myself! 🙂
WordPress Job Manager Plugin http://pento.net/projects/wordpress-job-manager-p

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Marc July 10, 2012 at 1:45 am

Great list. I found this premium jobroller childthemes, http://www.jobthemes.com . they look fantastic.

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Ryan September 10, 2012 at 4:38 am

Do you know which of these themes allows you to charge users (job seekers) to access job listings? Jobroller and JobJockey do not, I know. Thanks!

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Cyrus September 10, 2012 at 10:30 am

I am not sure. Most of the themes I have tested are about charging employers and not job hunters.

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Guest October 7, 2012 at 5:04 am

Don't buy nothing from AppThemes because their support is the worst and their themes have so many problems with them. The don't work as described on their site and false claims that is can do this or that!

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Cyrus October 7, 2012 at 1:49 pm

We have had OK experience with their customer service. What was exactly your issue? Could you be more specific?

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