Job Vacancy Advertisement Checklist

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Job Vacancy Advertisement Checklist

Job vacancy advertisement can be done in several ways to hire a new team member.

Potentially advertising directly, on the internet in newspapers or magazines or even through recruitment agencies and consultants who will search out the best potential candidates.

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Combine print and online job vacancy advertisement campaigns.

Make sure you have a detailed job definition, job description, candidate requirements,  and hiring process.

Posting job vacancies online can be faster, more convenient, and cheaper and guarantees a wider reach to candidates.

Job Vacancy Advertisement Checklist

Advertising a job vacancy.
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You can advertise a job with the ‘Find a job’ service. Advertise jobs online and match them with suitable jobseekers.

Recruitment Agencies

Recruitment agencies find candidates for businesses act as the middle man between a business and potential job candidates.

National Newspapers

Both in printed papers and online.

Regional & Local Newspaper

Local newspapers is still a very popular way to attract semi-skilled and unskilled labour workers.

Specialist Publications

Specialist interest publications can help you target someone within your niche.


Student Recruitment – graduate internships, temporary and permanent jobs for students and graduates to gain experience.

Internal Advertising

Look to fill your vacancy from within your existing workforce.

Online Recruitment

Websites for finding, attracting, assessing,interviewing and hiring new staff.

Examples: Indeed, Reed, Monster, LinkedIn

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