I need to create a website for teenagers to find jobs online. It's a basic site that needs a search tool where Companies can "Post a Job" and Teenagers can "Search for Jobs" that companies have posted on the site. The following should give you a basic understanding of how the site should funtion as a whole.
Here is how the site will operate:
Teenagers (or employees): When a Teenager goes to the site they should be able to create an account quickly and for free. Since the site is designed for them and is free for them, little contact information will be necessary. They will then log-on to the site and be directed to their home page. On their home page there will be two options: (1). "Saved Jobs" (favorites or bookmarks in a way), and (2). the "Search For Jobs" option, which will be a basic search tool where the teen can type in their city, state, and zip (or whatever is necessary) to locate jobs in their area. When their information is in the search bar and they click "search," and an eBay type screen will appear with job listings in their area. If the teen feels a need to be more specific with their search, for example if the teen wants to locate or search for a job at "Robeks," then they can type "Robeks" in the search bar above. The jobs searched for will be listed with the amount of time left on their one month listing. Just like an eBay buyer will click on a listing of a product they like, so the teen will click on a job listing they are interested in. This will bring up the job information screen for the job clicked on. It will be like a classified advertisement but with much more information. There will be a link to the company's web site (or online application), location of the company, phone number, email address, information on the job such as wages, hours, specified duties, etc. Basically whatever the employer wants the job seeker to know, he or she will put into the job description. If the teenager likes a job but wants to keep looking they will have the option to "Save Job". This is the same as "watching" an item on eBay.
Companies: When the companies create an account it will be as simple as for the teenager. When they log on they will be directed to their home screen. On their home screen will be two options: Jobs Currently Online (jobs the company has online currently), and the option to Create/Post a Job. When the company clicks on Jobs Currently Online, they will be taken to a screen that shows a list of their jobs that are online at that time. They should have the option to edit any job that is online. They can edit jobs that are online whenever they want. When the company decides to Create/Post a Job – the second option on their home screen - they will click on Create/Post a Job. They will be taken to a page that has two more options: (a). Create a new job, or (b). Post an existing job (a job that the company has created and has chosen to save in order to save time when posting the same or similar jobs in the future). If the company decides to create a new job – option (a) - they will be taken to an information page that will allow them to fill out information about the job they wish to create. When they have typed in all of the information, they will create the job and have the option to save it in case they will need to post the same job in the future. If they choose option (b) - to post an existing job - they will click on it and checkmark all of the jobs they want to re-post. When either option (a) or (b) is finished, they will be taken to a confirmation screen. When everything is confirmed, they will click Post Job. Their job(s) is now listed online for one month.
I need a creative looking, thick-fonted logo. The colors I want are light blue, dark blue, and white like [url removed, login to view]
As the administrator I need an administrative account with password protection that will allow me to see how many people visit the site each day, how many jobs are posted each day, and I need to be able to easily manage the contents of the site (logo design, colors of site, location of contents, etc.).
So that's it. I appreciate you taking the time to look over this. Thanks a lot.