We can post your Loxo jobs to many job boards on your behalf. First, learn how to turn on and manage publishing jobs in this article!

Careerbuilder

  • You will need a paid account to post to Careerbuilder

  • You will need to acquire an integration code from Careerbuilder to enter into Loxo > Settings > Integrations

  • Publishing requirements:

    • Job Title

    • Description

    • Location

  • Once this integration is complete and turned on, all jobs push all at once

    • If you only want to post select jobs, you will need to reach out to a representative at Careerbuilder to determine how to manage this process

Linkedin

  • You will need a paid account in order to embed a URL in the job post to post it on Linkedin

  • Customers will need the Loxo Job Listing URL for the specific job opening

    • To get the URL for the job posting, open the square icon with the arrow inside.

Monster

  • Loxo has a built-out integration with Monster (settings > integrations)

  • You will need paid account with Monster to post jobs

  • An admin user from your agency will need to reach out to support at Monster to request their API Key. Once acquired this is entered in your integrations tab within settings!

  • Refer to the Monster Job Posting Guide to post your jobs

SimplyHired

  • You will need a paid account

  • You need to retrieve your XML feed from a support member at Loxo and send it over to a representative at Indeed

    • You will need to reach out to Indeed to push your jobs to SimplyHired

      • SH does not currently integrate with any ATS or aggregate any jobs from third parties directly

  • Once Indeed has received your XML feed it can take up to 24 hours to post. All additional jobs will post right away thereafter!

  • If a job is updated in Loxo, it will update in Indeed within 1-2 hours.

Indeed

  • Recruiting-based companies need a paid account

  • Enterprise accounts (companies using Loxo to fill their own internal positions) do not need a paid account

    • Indeed allows free visibility if you are posting jobs for positions internally, but no other exceptions can be made

  • You need to reach out to support to acquire your XML feed to send to Indeed

  • Indeed Job Posting Guidelines

  • Once Indeed has received the job listing URL for the customer’s first job, it can take up to 24 hours to post. All additional jobs will post right away thereafter

  • If a job is updated in Loxo, it will update in Indeed within 1-2 hours

  • Indeed will send emails notifying you when someone has applied, and you can forward to the resume forwarding address to quickly and easily parse their information in Loxo!

Glassdoor

  • Recruiting-based companies need a paid account

  • Enterprise accounts (companies using Loxo to fill their own internal positions) do not need a paid account

  • You need to reach out to support to acquire your XML feed to send to Indeed

  • Once Glassdoor has received the job listing URL for the customer’s first job, it can take up to 24 hours to post. All additional jobs will post right away thereafter

  • If a job is updated in Loxo, it will update in Glassdoor within 1-2 hours

Ziprecruiter

  • You do not need a paid account, but it does help to get a paid account to generate more traffic to the post!

  • You will need to make sure Publish is checked in Settings > Customize > Source Types

  • Posting Requirements: Title, description, and Location (city, state, and Country). Zip needs a reference number, but that comes from Loxo, not customer facing

  • If you make a change to a job in Loxo, Zip looks every hour, and changes like closing a job, or filling a job, will reflect and will be removed from Ziprecruiter.

Talentify

  • You do not need a paid account

    • They do offer Talentify Premium, which includes posting to Indeed - this requires a minimum of 500 jobs

  • Posting Requirements: Title, Location, Description (remote can be included in the description if it's a remote job)

  • Jobs should post within 1-2 hours along with any updates

  • Talentify isn't a built-in source type. To enable a Talentify feed, if the agency doesn't have a Talentify source type, they can add it from the customize settings page, then after it's added, they can select "publish" and then save.

  • Reach out to support to get the XML feed to send to Talentify!

SEEK (AU)

  • You will need a paid account

  • You will need to ask SEEK for your account Hirer ID

    • Once you have received your Hirer ID, provide it to Support here @ Loxo to have the team enable it.

  • Once completed, you can post jobs to SEEK from Loxo by clicking the gear icon on the job page > Post Seek Ad (the job must be published for this to work).

The Scoop (UK)

  • You do not need a paid account

  • You will need to reach out to Support here @ Loxo to have the team enable it.

  • When the job is updated, Loxo will handle sending the update to Scoop, and when they want to manually remove it from scoop there is a button for that as well

  • Learn more about this integration here!

The Reed (UK)

  • You will need a paid account

  • Follow these steps to receive their user name and posting key:

    • The username is the email address of the client's reed.co.uk/recruiter account.

    • To get the Posting key:

1. Log in to your reed.co.uk/recruiter account

2. Navigate to the "Account settings" section

3. Click on "Get my Posting key

  • Provide this information to support here at Loxo so we can continue the integration on our end

  • Once completed you can post jobs to Reed from Loxo by clicking the three dots icon on the job page > Post to Reed (the job must be published for this to work).

  • If you make changes to a job in Loxo that is actively published on Reed, we will update it on Reed.

  • Jobs expire on Reed after 42 days. Updating a job should restart this time period. After a job is published on Reed, users will see options in Loxo to Extend a job or relist a job (depending on if a job is expired in Reed or not), and to end a job in Reed.

  • Unpublishing a job in Loxo will end a job in Reed.

  • Reed API Documentation for Reference

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