Jerimoth: Search for Tech Jobs, Post Your Resume, and Post Tech Job Offers
Jerimoth is a free, Open Source web service that lets you submit your resume and search for technical jobs.
Jerimoth stores resumes and employment postings in a highly-structured XML format
that has tremendous advantages
over ad hoc formats. This format is compatible with the HR-XML
(If you're the type that likes to skip ahead, you can see an example of an XML resume
Storing employment offers in XML means that if you're looking for a specific type of job in a specific city,
you don't have to hunt and peck to find that information: each XML-formatted job posting
has that information in a section defined by an XML schema.
HR-XML lets you target the exact type of jobs you want.
Likewise, employers who receive an XML-formatted resume can see at a glance your work history and other qualifications.
You can start using the service now and begin searching for contracts, full-time employment,
and other types of jobs in minutes.
The software that powers this service is also called Jerimoth and the software (both client and server)
has been released as Open Source. The client and server are written using Java and
communicate using SOAP (currently Apache Axis) web services.
Developers: visit sourceforge.net/projects/jerimoth
to download the source code.
First, download the client software from the download page
Then, read the installation instructions
and create an account as described at that page.
The Job Seekers
page describes how to enter your resume and search for jobs.
To post a job, see the Job Posters
And, if you're a developer, see the Developer's page