WP Job Manager LogicMelon Add-on

Our WP Job Manager LogicMelon add-on WordPress plugin is the easiest and fastest way to integrate LogicMelon with the WP Job Manager plugin and WordPress.

WP Job Manager LogicMelon Add-on

  • Jobs posted in LogicMelon appear in your WordPress website
  • Candidate applications can be tracked in LogicMelon applicant tracking
  • Developer friendly using in-built hooks and filters
  • Support and updates

The WP Job Manager LogicMelon Add-on is a WordPress plugin which, once installed and configured allows jobs posted in LogicMelon to appear in your WordPress website. Additionally it allows candidate applications from on your WordPress site to be tracked with applications from other sources in LogicMelon as the applications are sent back to Broadbean.

The add-on requires the WP Job Manager plugin to be installed and activated in order to function.

Easy integration

The add-on fully integrates with the WP Job Manager plugin including if you have additional fields and taxonomies associated with your jobs. It also integrates with the applications add-on if installed.


The plugin is built with extensibility from the ground up. This allows developers to make changes, add fields, remove taxonomies and much much more, without breaking the plugin itself. It is developer friendly for sure.

Applicant tracking

The plugin will allow applications submitted by candidates on your WordPress site through the WP Job Manager functionality to be tracked in LogicMelon. This keeps your WordPress application along with others from other job boards. We recommend the Applications add-on to allow candidates to complete an application form. The plugin works well with this add-on.

Pricing & Packages

Our WP Job Manager LogicMelon add-on is priced on a per site basis. The license covers automatic updates to the plugin from the WordPress dashboard and access to plugin support for a period of 1 year.


Single Site License

For support and automatic upgrades to the plugin on a single WordPress installation.

  • Automatic upgrades for new releases
  • Access to our support for troubleshooting issues and getting setup
  • Installation on a single WordPress install

Frequently Asked Questions

Below are answers to some of our frequently asked questions to help you make a decision.

Is the WP Job Manager LogicMelon Add-on a normal WordPress plugin?

Yes it is a plugin like any other WordPress plugin and as such is installed and activated in the same way. It is called an add-on as without having the WP Job Manager WordPress plugin installed the plugin does nothing.

Can I use this plugin on my client websites?

Yes of course you can! Remember though if you want those sites to update and if you want to access support for all the sites, you will a valid license for each site. It makes sense to ask your client to purchase their own license.

I have added additional fields for jobs, in the WP Job Manager plugin, does this plugin handle those?

You can of course add fields to WP Job Manager with a plugin or through code. Out-of-the-box the WP Job Manager LogicMelon Add-on plugin will not handle added fields. However with a little bit of code and taking advantage of the plugins extensibility features, additional fields can be registered so that they can be populated with a job sent via Broadbean.

What kind of support do you provide?

Support is provided for sites running the WP Job Manager LogicMelon Add-on which have a valid active license. This is provided through email support during normal UK office hours. We can support issues related to the plugin and minor customisations.

How do I activate my purchase?

Once you have installed and activated the plugin, navigate the Job Listings > Settings page and clicked the LogicMelon tab. Enter your license key in the license key field and then save the settings. Once saved you will see an activate button. Click this to activate your license, allowing updates to occur. If the update is successful this button should change to be labelled Deactivate.

How do I get my job feed setup with LogicMelon?

Once you have installed and activate your plugin you will need to get in touch with LogicMelon so they can build your feed to the correct specification. The details you will need to provide them are found on the plugins settings page, on the readme file link.