And its name is EmployIQ.
The founder Bri Holt, recently emailed me about the new project. If you want to incorporate full job postings onto your site it looks like a good option. I asked him where the jobs come from:
The jobs come from an array of primary sources – ATSs, primary job boards, primary search engines – we’ve got about 100 right now, but we’re keeping the exact list private for now (it actually took quite a bit of time to find and vet good job sources).
My dream is (1) that we accurately find and categorize all the world’s jobs and bring some order to the tangled web that is job searching, and then (2) that we can openly share that data with others. If we can achieve those things, then I’m sure we can figure out a way to make some money.
1. It’s a free, publicly available feed. You can see the documentation
2. We’re getting about 4,000 new jobs per day from several hundred quality job sources. The jobs link straight to the actually job source, so no junk re-re-re-post links. You can see the types of jobs we’re getting our site (which mirrors our feed).
3. The feed includes full job description text so you pull the text into your site and get the SEO value.
4. When we pull in the new jobs, we automatically and smartly categorize them, and we allow you to filter the feed based on category. For example, incoming jobs titled “Software Developer” and “Software Engineer” and “PHP Architect” are all categorized under the “Programming” category – this saves a lot of headaches in getting the right backfill jobs for a given niche. We offer about 100 categories from as broad as “IT” to as specific as “Anesthesiology.”
5. We do NOT require any HTML links back to EmployIQ, the feed is free to use however you like.
6. You CAN mix our jobs with any other backfill providers you like.
7. The jobs come in JSON format, so they are easily parse-able and integrate-able in any job board software in any language.