Website to feed new job opportunities to service providers who can bid on the work. Must be built entirely in Wordpress and Wordpress plugins. Currently using s2 member to handle registration and payments (installation and setup needs to be completed), formidable forms for posting jobs and custom display to create job 'marketplace' (needs to be searchable, restricted to specific user groups and displayed by postcode range), and buddy press profiles for service providers to create business "home pages". Plugins can be changed if necessary as long as custom code is kept to a bare minimum.
Everyone registers (short form). Most content and functionality would require log in to view.
People with jobs to be done create personal profile and "user dashboard" can be created
People with jobs to be done create as many job listings as they like. These are sent by email to relevant businesses within the postcode range and posted to a job marketplace where businesses looking for jobs can view them online. These are not visible to the people who post jobs but any jobs they have posted can be seen on their dashboard and edited or removed.
People who want to bid for jobs register (short form). Membership is free for 90 days and then reverts to a monthly amount.
People who want to bid for jobs create a business portfolio/ profile page using a standard form. They also set the postcode range for the jobs they are looking for.
As jobs are emailed to them or they find them in the marketplace, they can submit an application for the job. This should remain in an internal messaging system and email the job lister a notification that they have received a quote. They can also ask a question via internal messaging.
The person who posts the jobs is responsible for ending them when they are complete or they should automatically expire after a month. Emails should be sent to remind people to remove or renew their listings.
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