School Name The Schools' Post
School Address PLP CIC, Douglass House, Douglass Road, PL3 6NP
Job Type N/A
Application Deadline n/a
Job Start Date n/a
Date Posted 15 Nov 2017
Why use the Schools' Post for your school?
At PLP we know how hard, and expensive, it can be to recruit the right teaching and support staff. The Schools’ Post was set up specifically to reduce the prohibitive costs for schools looking to effectively address their recruitment needs.
• The Schools’ Post offers member schools a best value proposition – you can’t recruit as cost effectively with a purely commercial provider.
• We understand the needs of our schools and The Schools’ Post has the best interest of schools (not profit maximisation) as the priority.
• The Schools’ Post website offers live jobs and job alerts with a viewable digital magazine that is updated weekly and on-line nationally with links sent directly to School Associations in Cornwall, Exeter, Bristol and Plymouth.
To increase its coverage and access a wider range of candidates, the Schools’ Post is multi-channel and not only has a website (www.theschoolspost.co.uk) and social media presence (Twitter and Linked-In) for new job alerts, but there is also an interactive weekly job magazine available for all to view on The Schools’ Post website. Prospective teachers who register also receive a direct email job alert whenever a new job is posted in their preferred KS or area of interest.
Schools also benefit further by receiving a full colour printed weekly job magazine at no extra charge. The Schools’ Post is flexible to meet the needs and budgets of schools and we understand that because of restricted timelines to recruit within, there is a need to be effective in that recruitment window. Depending on the budget and type of job, schools are simply able to tailor their adverts.
Member price structure per advert is: Half-page £155 (1000 character limit including spaces) or Full-page for £255 (2500 character limit including spaces).
This includes an advert on the Schools post website and in the Schools Post magazine (print and digital) as well as a week's on-line vacancy advert placed on the Trinity-Mirror Group websites (Fish4 Jobs, Herald Jobs). It's just £15 for each additional weekly print in the Schools Post print magazine. As soon as we receive your job vacancy via email we aim to publish it on the Schools' Post website as soon as possible.
The printed Schools' Post is released every Monday and distributed directly to member schools free of charge. Ad submission deadline for print editions is before Wednesday 16:00.
Call 01752 788076 or email email@example.com
Visit www.theschoolspost.co.uk to see The Schools’ Post website and on-line magazine.Linked-In: uk.linkedin.com/in/theschoolspost Twitter:@TheSchoolsPost
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