List jobs and track applicants in minutes.

Your company's very own job listing website.

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ApplicantHero is a web-based recruitment application that helps HR staff advertise jobs and attract candidates.

Features you'll really dig.

We've covered all bases.

  • Customise Design
  • Track Contacts
  • Approve Jobs
  • Apply Online

Instantly advertise and manage jobs online.

With ApplicantHero it's easy to brand your page (yourcompanyname.applicanthero.com) with your company logo and other details. Change your job board look and feel with ease - simply add text or click on tabs to change further settings.

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Position detail with contact details.

ApplicantHero allows you to explain the role in as much or as little detail as you require. With built-in security like recaptcha, ApplicantHero ensures you don't get submissions you dont want either. Your personal page includes a jobs stream - allowing job seekers the ability to quickly scan and potentially identify openings.

Making the application process straightforward.

It's important that when applicants find your opening, they can apply easily. With ApplicantHero, it's simple; add your details and submit. No complexity - see all your openings in one screen; adjust any job at any time to see changes in real-time.

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Simple pricing.

Starting Out

  • 1 user
  • Monthly
  • 5 jobs

$25/month

Best
value!

Growing Company

  • 1 user
  • 1 Months
  • Unlimited jobs

$50/month

Starting Out

  • 1 user
  • Annually
  • 5 jobs
  • 2 Months FREE!

$250/year

Growing Company

  • 1 user
  • Annually
  • Unlimited jobs
  • 2 Months FREE!

$500/year

Happy customers.

Brands from a broad range of industries depend on our products every day. They can be certain that with our web-based software, they will always be using the latest technology and their data will always be secure.


Keep in touch.

About us

© 2014. ApplicantHero is owned and operated by Mijura, makers of easy task management software for businesses and teams.

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