This type of search displays a teaser box and a preview box that shows the job’s details.

Users can use the Advanced Search button to specify their search criteria.

Setting up the Job Page Search

Head to the widgets section and select Job Search or click the plus button (➕) to add the widget.

🔥 Quick Tip: Override Widget Order - keep the toggle ON to rearrange the order of the widgets available in the area of the current page without affecting the order of widgets on other pages.

Now, select Job Search as your search type. Here you can configure and set the style of the following:

  1. Search Form

  2. Search button

  3. Job Alert button

  4. Search Result

  5. Static Filters

Click the downward arrow to see more configuration options.

1/ Override Widget Settings

Toggle this ON if you want the changes to be only applied to this page


2/ Enable

You can decide later on to enable or disable the Job Search widget

3/ Search Form

a. Search fields - Click the Advanced Search button in the preview area to see the search fields. Tick the box to show or hide the fields.

b. Search button

c. Job Alert button

d. Placeholders - Assign a term/keyword for the form fields in the Advanced Search

4/ Search Result

a. Preview Box

Click the downward arrow to see more configuration options.

b. Teasers Box

Click the downward arrow to see more configuration options.

🔥 Quick Tip: Click the ‘brush’ icon to set the styling of the element

5/ Static Filter

If enabled, your job listing will already be pre-selected for your users.

Example: When Static Filter is enabled and has pre-selected criteria for Industry. Your job listing will only show jobs that have been tagged to Hospital and Healthcare.

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