Ruby wrapper for the CareerBuilder V2 HTTP XML API. While the CareerBuilder::Client mimics the interface of the HTTP API, it also provides some convenience methods to make your life easier.
NOTE currently only the resume portion of the API is implemented, others are a work in progress.
gem install career_builder
client = .new('your_email', 'your_password') session_token = client.authenticate
resumes = client.advanced_resume_search(:keywords => "Ruby", :zip_code => "45140", :search_radius_in_miles => 50)
partial_resume = resumes.first resume = client.get_resume(:resume_id => partial_resume.id)
This method requires your AccountDID, I could not find an official way to find this identifier, but I followed these steps:
- Sign into CareerBuilder with your email / password credentials
- Click My CareerBuilder -> My Account Info
Copy the AccountDID URL parameter from your address bar
client.resume_actions_remaining_today(:account_did => "D7C10Q67ZKG123VCRMC") # => 42
Resume Convenience Methods / Classes
fetch a lazy collection of resumes, nothing actually happens until you iterate.
resumes = client.resumes(:keywords => "Ruby", :zip_code => "45140", :search_radius_in_miles => 50)
iterate through the resumes, automatically paging through the result set.
resumes.each do |resume| puts resume.id end
resumes that are fetched from a Resume::LazyCollection are also lazy in the sense that they do not attempt to use the Client#get_resume method until you access one of the attributes that requires using an API credit.
resume = resumes.first
Client#get_resume is not called when retrieving the id
resume.id # => "42XXASDFJKLQWERTY"
Client#get_resume(:resume_id => "42XXASDFJKLQWERTY") is called behind the scenes in order to fetch the real email address associated with the resume.
resume.real_contact_email # => "email@example.com"
- More / better specs
- Implement Application Web Service
- Implement Job Web Service
- Implement Accounts Web Service
- Implement Document Matching Web Service
Note on Patches/Pull Requests
- Fork the project.
- Make your feature addition or bug fix.
- Add tests for it. This is important so I don't break it in a future version unintentionally.
- Commit, do not mess with rakefile, version, or history. (if you want to have your own version, that is fine but bump version in a commit by itself I can ignore when I pull)
- Send me a pull request. Bonus points for topic branches.
Copyright (c) 2010 Michael Guterl. See LICENSE for details.