API Mashups (7)
Jobjolly is a web application that lets users search for jobs across the U.S. This application uses the CareerBuilder API.
Fuzwire leverages the CareerBuilder job database allowing users to search for jobs by location and function.
Job search that utilises indeed.com, simplyhired.com, careerbuilder.com API-s.
We've added 6 APIs to the directory today in Email, Storage, and Collaboration categories, among others. Also added were client libraries for Amazon MWS and CareerBuilder APIs.
Looking for work? We've all been there and know that at times the job search can be daunting. Jobs mashups have been submitted to our directory in higher numbers recently so today we'll take a look at some of the best. A sampling of recent job search mashups leverage a variety of sources to help you find the perfect job. These include social APIs such as Twitter and LinkedIn as well as traditional job board API CareerBuilder.
||The Swoop Talent REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Swoop Talent with other applications. Some example API methods include accessing applicant information,...||Human Resources||12.15.2015|
||ADP provides payroll services to businesses in the U.S. The ADP Staffing API brings developers tools related to the recruitment life-cycle. This includes Job Applications and Requisitions, on-...||Enterprise||10.27.2015|
||ADP provides payroll services to businesses in the U.S. The ADP Talent API brings developers tools for Talent Management Services. This includes Certifications, Performance Reviews, Educational...||Enterprise||10.27.2015|
||The Predikt API is available for partners interested to integrate prediction features into applications. The API is helps users screen job candidates and search jobs. Formats include JSON, REST, and...||Predictions||09.18.2015|
||The TriSys Web API is a platform-agnostic service that allows developers to integrate recruitment functions into their own custom applications. This API is designed for use with systems such as job...||Human Resources||09.07.2015|