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Iframe & Hosted Page Filtering

Parameters

Parameters are the different ways that you can filter your job listings:

Parameter...
Category
Department
Location
Region
Subsidiary
Job Type
Page
...in a URL
c=name-of-category
d=name-of-department
l=name-of-location
r=name-of-region
s=name-of-subsidiary
t=name-of-job-type
N/A
...in an Iframe
data-category=name-of-category
data-department=name-of-department
data-location=name-of-location
data-region=name-of-region
data-subsidiary=name-of-subsidiary
data-type=name-of-job-type
data-page=job/{job-id}/apply



Values

Values are the specific categories, departments, locations (etc.) that you can filter by. You must create your own values:

Parameter
Category
Department
Location
Region
Subsidiary
Job Type
Page
Example values
Accounting, Engineering, HR
Accounts Receivable, Application Development, Recruiting
Chicago, New York, San Mateo
United States, Germany, North America, Europe
(the name of your subsidiary)
Full-Time, Part-Time, Internship
job/{unique-job-id}/apply



Filtering Iframes

Use the iframe parameters from the list above, and add the parameter to the iframe code. Use -%7C- to filter by more than one value. For example:

<div class="jv-careersite" data-careersite="your-careersite-name" data-force-redirect data-category="Accounting-%7C-Finance" data-location="San Mateo"></div>
<script src="//jobs.jobvite.com/__assets__/scripts/careersite/public/iframe.js"></script>



Filtering with URL's

Before we begin...

Before you add any filters, first you must add either "?" or "&" to the end of your URL.

  • Is there a "?" anywhere in the URL already?

    If so, start by adding & to the end of the URL:


  • If not, then add ? to the end of the URL:

Filter by one parameter


  1. Now add the parameter you would like to filter by, e.g.
    • To filter by category, add c=
    • For department, add d=
    • For location, add l=
    • (etc.)

  2. Add the name of the category / department / location (etc.) exactly as it appears in Jobvite.

    Ex: if you want to filter by the "Accounting" category, the URL should look like this:


  3. REMEMBER: If you are filtering by location, you need to use the name of the location title, not the city/state values.

    For example: if you create a location called Central Office and assign "Chicago, IL" as the city/state values, the URL should look like this:


    http://jobs.jobvite.com/sandbox?l=Central Office


Filter by multiple parameters


Let's say you want to filter by a category and a department. In that case, separate the parameters with "&"

For example: if you want to filter by the category "Accounting" and the department "Accounts Receivable", the URL should look like this:


Filter by multiple values


To filter by more one category (or department, or location, etc.), separate each value with -%7C-



Want to filter by multiple parameters and multiple values?

  • Use & to add parameters
  • Use -%7C- to add values




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