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Apprenticeships with Nottingham City Council

Apprenticeships with Nottingham City Council
Nottingham City Council

JOB DESCRIPTION

Salary: 16-17; £7,466 per year (£3.87 per hour).
18-20; £10,225 per year (£5.30 per hour)
21+ £12,926 per year (£6.70 per hour)

Hours: Various Full Time

Closing Date: 5pm, Friday July 15th, 2016

Are you a Nottingham City resident aged 16-23?

Fancy getting paid National Minimum Wage for your age AND gaining Nationally recognised qualifications?

If the answer is yes – we’ve got some fantastic opportunities for you!

Our Apprenticeship scheme is growing and growing! We’re looking for ambitious, enthusiastic people to join us this September. We are currently offering roles across the organisation in the following areas:

Business Administration
Customer Services
IT
Care
Highways

Do you:

Have a specific interest to work for Nottingham City Council?
Have a passion to make a difference to the city of Nottingham and the people that live here?
Have great Customer Service skills and understand customer needs?
Have good Organisational skills to cope with a busy and demanding workload?
Have great Communication skills to deal with a variety of colleagues and customers?
Have the ability to work as part of a team?
Want to learn on the job, gain nationally recognised qualifications and earn money all at the same time?

We are looking for Apprentices who will commit to our organisation, are able to demonstrate a great work ethic and want to develop and enhance their skills. Our apprenticeships will be located in different workplaces in different job families across the city. Most of the Apprenticeships will be fixed term for one-year and each apprentice will study a nationally recognised qualification at Level 2 or Level 3 in the relevant subject (appropriate to the job role).

Many of our Apprentices move to sustainable employment after their Apprenticeship. We offer a great and unique opportunity to establish yourself in one of the only employers who allow you to give something back to the place you live in!

If you are keen to be involved in providing a valuable service to Nottingham citizens in busy and sometimes challenging situations these roles may be for you.

HOW TO APPLY – PLEASE click on the following link:
http://nottinghamjobs.com/jobs/detail/apprenticeships-with-nottingham-city-council



TUC Education and Training Officer

TUC Education and Training Officer
TUC

JOB DESCRIPTION

With member unions representing almost six million working people from all walks of life the TUC campaigns for a fair deal at work and for social justice at home and abroad.

Ref: UL/11/16
Temporary
35 Hours per week
Based at Congress House – London WC1B 3LS

Grade 8 £48,954 including LW rising incrementally to £50,753 pa

Britain’s 200,000 elected union reps help make workplaces safer and fairer. Our reps need top class training and support so they are confident and skilled in their role. The TUC is seeking an education and training officer to work as part of a national team with the education manager to lead TUC Education through the next transition year and beyond.

The post holder will be required to support and promote projects that develop new and innovative learning approaches, content and resources that deliver the essential skills and knowledge union representatives require to perform their roles effectively.
The successful candidate will demonstrate:-

• experience in organising and delivering education and training programmes
• excellent writing, communication and interpersonal skills
• skills in office administration systems
• managing budget
• knowledge of training methodology
• familiarity with computer-based word processing and communications

The closing date for completed applications for this post is 12.00 noon, Friday 17 June 2016. First round interviews will he held on Friday 8 July and second round interviews date to be confirmed.

If you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of the closing date, please assume that on this occasion your application has been unsuccessful.

TUC staff enjoy a generous benefits package including final salary pension scheme and other benefits. The TUC values a diverse workforce and welcomes applications from all sectors of the community and from within and outside of the trade union movement. We particularly welcome applications from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) candidates, who are underrepresented at this grade in the TUC.

For an application pack you can either write to the Personnel and Training Office, TUC, Congress House, Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3LS, e-mail: jobs@tuc.org.uk, download a pack from http://www.tuc.org.uk/jobs or leave a message on voicemail 020 7467 1340. Please quote the job reference number when applying for an application pack.



Head of Legal

Head of Legal
Friends of the Earth

JOB DESCRIPTION

Hours/days per week: 4 or 5 days a week
Contract: Permanent
Closing date: 6 July 9am
Interview date: 20 July

Lawyer wanted to protect people and the planet. We aim for our legal team to broadly reflect the demographic diversity of society including gender and race diversity.

Purpose of the Role

Head of Legal at Friends of the Earth is one of the most exciting jobs in environmental justice campaigning.

We are recruiting for someone to lead our growing legal team and to ensure that Friends of the Earth has access to high quality legal advice and services in support of our campaigns - from stopping fracking and tackling climate change to saving bees and protecting nature.

Main Responsibilities

We are looking for someone to:

Lead, manage and grow Friends of the Earth’s capacity to use the law in the defense of people and the planet – including managing a team of two lawyers and a legal intern.

Develop Friends of the Earth’s strategic approach to legal campaigning including the focus and prioritisation of resources at a time of fast-changing threats and opportunities.

Ensure that Friends of the Earth’s priority campaigns have access to excellent legal advice and services – including contributing to the development of campaign strategy and tactics, and using public law in campaigning.

Ensure communities directly affected by environmental impacts – such as fracking - that Friends of the Earth is campaigning with have access to appropriate legal advice and services.
Lead the development of Friends of the Earth’s Rights and Justice Centre advice line in support of our organisational strategy and plans.

Promote and defend existing environmental rights such as access to justice, and work to strengthen existing environmental legal frameworks.

Build Friends of the Earth’s networks of legal allies and contacts in order to maximise our campaigning impact.
Work with Friends of the Earth International to develop legal interventions in support of campaigns and strategies – especially in relation to international climate justice.
Be the lead contact for Friends of the Earth and clients externally in legal and campaigning settings.

Work with fundraisers to grow Friends of the Earth’s legal capacity.


Key Skills and Attributes

The successful applicant will:

Be a qualified solicitor/barrister with substantial post qualification professional experience.
Have a demonstrable understanding of, and commitment to, environmental protection and social justice.
Have an excellent understanding of UK public law and European environmental/planning law coupled with detailed specialist knowledge in at least one area.
Have a track record of taking cases to court or public inquiry with a record of success.
Be a skilled strategist with excellent research, policy formation, lobbying and representation skills.
Have proven people management and leadership skills, including skills in developing and growing a team.

Desirable

Knowledge of environmental and planning law.
Knowledge of law relating to international climate change agreements.
Knowledge of defamation law.
In house experience of providing legal advice.
Experience of campaigning.
Successful fundraising experience.

About the team

Friends of the Earth’s Legal team sits within our Rapid Response (political, legal and planning) Unit – at the fast-paced heart of our campaigns.

The team will initially consist of a Head of Legal, two lawyers and a legal intern, but our vision is for a larger legal capacity to support the delivery of our new organisational strategy.

What we offer

Generous holiday allowance – all employees begin at 25 days plus 8 bank holidays (pro rata) with us. This increases a day each year up to 30 days.
Flexi hours – we offer flexi hours to our employees to ensure we offer a good work/life balance
Pension scheme – we match our employee’s contribution up to 7%. We also offer all employees free pensions advice through our independent provider
Life assurance scheme – we offer a supportive scheme which gives some assurance to many employees
Loans – we offer various loans for season tickets, buying a bicycle and personal development
Childcare vouchers – we work with a provider to offer you support with your childcare needs
Flexible working – we have a very inclusive flexible working policy which works to support the organisation and the employee
Removal expenses - agreed on a case by case basis
Employee Assistance Programme - free and confidential legal, financial or emotional advice. We also offer CBT support.


Diversity and equal opportunities

Friends of the Earth is an equal opportunities employer and we are especially keen to encourage applications from people currently under-represented in the environment movement including: black and minority ethnic people; disabled people; lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people; and women in senior roles.

We aim for our legal team to broadly reflect the demographic diversity of society including gender and race diversity.



Legal Intern

Legal Intern
Friends of the Earth

JOB DESCRIPTION

Starting Salary: £9.40 per hour (equivalent to £17,108 per annum FTE)

Contract: 6 Month Fixed Term Contract

Location: Printworks

Hours per week/FTE: 35 hours per week (Full Time)

Closing date: 29th June 2016, 5pm

Interview date: Wednesday 6th July 2016

Legal intern wanted to help save the planet.
If you have finished your legal studies and are passionate about using the law to protect the environment , we’d love to hear from you! For more information about us, the role and to apply, please visit our website. CVs are not accepted for this role.

Purpose of the Role

Friends of the Earth’s legal team is one of the most exciting places to campaign for environmental justice.
We are looking for a legal intern to support the legal team’s work from stopping fracking to protecting bees.
The internship is an excellent opportunity to gain entry level legal and campaigning experience and skills.
The paid internship is in memory of Phil Michaels, a former Head of Legal at Friends of the Earth to keep alive his inspiring legacy of protecting people’s right to a safe environment – especially people most disadvantaged by environmental degradation.
Working closely with our lawyers you will have a hands-on role in supporting Friends of the Earth’s campaigns. You will join meetings, conduct research, help to prepare legal documents, see our campaigning in action, and get to know what makes an environmental NGO tick.

Main Responsibilities
Supporting the legal team by:

o Carrying out legal research
o Analysing legal problems
o Preparing detailed research notes
o Organising meetings
o Taking and circulating notes of meetings
o Preparing bundles of documents for court proceedings and counsel
o Filing documents at court
o Support the functioning of the Rights & Justice Centre Advice Line

Key Skills and Attributes
- Good computer literacy skills including using Microsoft Office and internet
- Good analytical and written skills
- Experience of undertaking legal research including using legal databases
- Studied or practiced public / EU / environmental / planning law
Education / qualifications
Law degree or equivalent

About the Team
Friends of the Earth’s Legal team sits within our Rapid Response (political, legal and planning) Unit – at the fast-paced heart of our campaigns.
The team consists of a Head of Legal, two lawyers and a legal intern.

What we Offer
• Generous holiday allowance – all employees begin at 25 days plus 8 bank holidays (pro rota) with us.

• Flexi hours – we offer flexi hours to our employees to ensure we offer a good work/life balance

• Pension scheme – we match our employee’s contribution up to 7%. We also offer all employees free pensions advice through our independent provider

• Life assurance scheme – we offer a supportive scheme which gives some assurance to many employees
• Loans – we offer various loans for season tickets, buying a bicycle and personal development
• Childcare vouchers – we work with a provider to offer you support with your childcare needs
• Flexible working – we have a very inclusive flexible working policy which works to support the organisation and the employee
• Removal expenses - agreed on a case by case basis
• Employee Assistance Programme - free and confidential legal, financial or emotional advice. We also offer CBT support.

Diversity and equal opportunities

Friends of the Earth is an equal opportunities employer and we are especially keen to encourage applications from people currently under-represented in the environment movement including: black and minority ethnic people; disabled people; lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. Do contact us as we really do want you to see how you can become part of the Friends of the Earth team.



Arts Council of Wales Members

Arts Council of Wales Members
Welsh Government

JOB DESCRIPTION

Approx 1.5 Days per month
Unremunerated – Travel and Subsistence costs will be met

The Welsh Government is looking for Members who are passionate about the arts in Wales. The appointments will commence in November 2016 and you will play an important role in helping the Council deliver the Welsh Government’s strategic policy commitments to promote a rich and diverse culture and a sustainable, viable and innovative arts sector during a period of challenge and change.

The closing date for applications is 7 July 2016.



Support Service Assistant

Support Service Assistant
Skills for Care

JOB DESCRIPTION

NMDS - SC Support Service Assistant Status: Permanent, 36 hours per week. Location: Leeds Salary: 19,303.21 per annum Closing Date: 9am on Thursday 7 th July 2016 Interview date: Friday 15 th July 2016 Skills for Care has an exciting opportunity for a Support Service Assistant to join our National Minimum Data Set for Social Care (NMDS-SC) Team.

By delivering an excellent customer service you will significantly contribute to the team's aim to be recognised as the leading source of workforce intelligence for the social care sector. In this role you will be responsible for providing advice and guidance to the social care sector in completing their NMDS-SC online accounts.

The successful candidate will support user acceptance testing of the NMDS-SC system and provide information and assistance on the Skills for Care offer to employers and stakeholders. We are looking for a person who is able to work under pressure whilst maintaining professionalism and accuracy, have a strong attention to detail and be able to work as part of a team.

You will have excellent written and spoken English skills and ideally an Intermediate level of IT skills, experience of using Microsoft Office and using call logging systems. In return we will offer you full training on our bespoke NMDS-SC and internal logging systems. Skills for Care is the employer-led workforce development body for adult social care in England.

We work with employers across England to make sure their people have the right skills and values to deliver high quality care. If you are interested in this role please visit the website for the full job description. Please note that previous candidates need not apply.



Change Consultant

Change Consultant
Nottingham City Council

JOB DESCRIPTION

Vacancy Number: EMSS/16/COS1249
Actual Salary: £31,288
Salary Range: £ - £
Contract Type: Fixed Term
Closing Date: 01 July 2016
Hours: 37
Locations: Loxley House, Nottingham

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Change Consultant (COS1249)
Vacancy Number: EMSS/16/COS1249
Actual Salary: £31,288
Salary Range: £ - £
Contract Type: Fixed Term
Closing Date: 01 July 2016
Hours: 37
Locations: Loxley House, Nottingham

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Fixed Term until December 2016

Nottingham City Council’s HR & Transformation Team are seeking a Temporary Change Consultant to lead a new approach to recruitment for the organisation.

What we are looking for is a professional who has knowledge & understanding of change models, methods, tools and techniques, the ability to analyse complex issues and problems and devise and implement effective, creative and innovative solutions. Most importantly you should have experience of managing change in a complex organisation applying systems thinking and business improvement techniques. You must be an effective communicator who is able to build strong relationships at all levels of the organisation and to negotiate and influence effectively. Employee Engagement and Stakeholder management will be a key focus of this role as will the ability to draft and implement a robust communication strategy.

If the above sounds like you then we want to hear from you!
For an informal conversation please contact Emma Hodgett – Acting Head of HR Operations on 01158 762122

We particularly welcome applications from the black, minority and ethnic communities as we are currently under represented at this level.



Head of Equality & Diversity

Head of Equality & Diversity
General Dental Council

JOB DESCRIPTION

Two year fixed term contract

£50,824 - £59,792 London

As the regulator of dentists and dental care professionals in the UK, the General Dental Council plays a critical role in protecting patients by ensuring proper standards in the delivery of dental care. The GDC is currently undergoing considerable organisational, cultural and operational transformation. One of our key areas of focus is Equality & Diversity and specifically how we move away from a compliance approach to one of true commitment. We wish to create an inclusive culture where people can live, feel and experience a real culture of equality and diversity; where it can be celebrated as part of the way we work with our staff, associates and our diverse registrant base.

We are now seeking to appoint an outstanding individual to this critical role, who will bring vision, passion and best practice, leading on the development and delivery of a new E&D strategy for the GDC, aligned closely to our overall corporate strategy and business plan. Working collaboratively across the organisation and beyond, you will proactively promote effective E&D practice and standards, providing support and advice to all key stakeholders and will ensure that we meet our obligations in relation to Equality Impact Assessments. You will build and deliver a robust communications plan, raising the awareness of equality and diversity in all aspects of our work and will play a key ambassadorial role for GDC externally.

We are looking for a knowledgeable and experienced expert who can bring a real empathy and commitment to our work . Whether your background is in the public or private sector, you will have a proven track record of developing and implementing strategies which have driven positive outcomes, together with demonstrable exposure to delivering organisational development and change programmes in the area of E&D. An effective project manager and an outstanding communicator, you will have the influence and interpersonal strength to develop and maintain complex stakeholder relationships and to promote the value of E&D across our organisation and beyond.

At the GDC, we continually invest in our most valuable asset: our people. We encourage and support the recruitment, retention and career development of people from as wide a range as possible of ethnic, cultural and social backgrounds. We believe that this is an outstanding opportunity to develop and shape E&D strategy for a complex and changing organisation and offers the chance to move into a high profile role that will give you significant scope for responsibility, influence and development.

To find out more please visit https://www.gatenbysanderson.com/job/GSe28129 or speak to Alastair Christie or Katrina Paget at GatenbySanderson on 020 7426 3994.

Closing date: 5pm Monday 18 July 2016
The GDC is committed to promoting equality and diversity.



Legal Advisers

Legal Advisers
General Dental Council

JOB DESCRIPTION

Time commitment: minimum of 20 days per annum

The General Dental Council is the regulator of professional standards in dentistry in the UK. We are a statutory corporation, independent of both the dental profession and of Government, although we work closely with both. Our job is to ensure that dental care is delivered only by suitably qualified professionals with current expertise who understand and take seriously their obligations to patients. We regulate across the whole dental team – dentists, hygienists, nurses, orthodontists and technicians.

The GDC now wishes to increase its pool of Legal Advisers to advise its Practice Committees (the Health Committee, the Professional Conduct Committee and the Professional Performance Committee) as well as the Interim Orders Committee and the Registration Appeals Committee on questions of law which may arise in the proceedings before them, in accordance with Schedule 4C paragraph 1 to The Dentists Act (the Act) 1984, as amended.

The Act provides that Legal Advisers shall be barristers, advocates or solicitors of at least 10 years' standing, who are currently in practice and hold a practising certificate for the full period of their appointment with the GDC. It would also be beneficial if applicants are on the current list of another healthcare regulator and be able to demonstrate recent experience sitting as a Legal Adviser or Assessor with other UK healthcare regulators or tribunals, or have comparable experience.

Currently, almost all GDC hearings take place in London but some hearings may be held in the regions in future. Applicants should be prepared to sit in London or any other location within the UK. There is no specified time commitment but applicants should be prepared to commit to a minimum of 20 days per year.

To find out more and to apply, please visit www.gdclegaladvisers.com

Closing date: 12 noon Friday 8 July 2016
The GDC is committed to promoting equality and diversity.

HOME & HOUSING.
YOUR HOME.

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If you live in your own home you may be entitled to a grant which will allow you to adapt your home to allow you to live more independently, and to purchase equipment which will help you in a number of day-to-day tasks.

Adapting your home


Local authorities are required by law to give Disabled Facilities Grants to eligible applicants to make houses suitable for disabled people. The Grants are available to owners and tenants in both private and social housing sectors.You may be expected to pay some of the costs, depending on your financial circumstances.

Contact your local social services department / housing authority to arrange for an assessment of the improvements and adaptations to meet your needs, and details of accessing Disabled Facilities funding. Your local council may also be able to move you to more suitable living accommodation if this is your preference, and would offer the same help as improving or adapting the existing accommodation.


Home Improvement Agencies


If you are arranging for the work to be carried out yourself you may be able to get help from a Home Improvement Agency. They are not-for-profit organisations which advise on what work needs to be done and then project manage it on your behalf.

Foundations


The National Co-ordinating Body for Home Improvement Agencies (HIAs) in England. HIAs are not for profit, locally based organisations that assist vulnerable homeowners to improve, maintain or adapt their home. By improving people's living conditions, HIAs enhance their quality of life and enable them to remain in their home in greater comfort and security. Foundations, Bleaklow House, Howard Town Mill, Glossop, Derbyshire, SK13 8HT - Telephone: 01457 891909

 

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Employment Rights.

Disabled workers share the same general employment rights as other workers, but there are also some special provisions under the Equality Act. Under the Equality Act, it is unlawful for employers to discriminate against disabled people, for a reason related to their disability, in all aspects of employment, unless this can be justified. If you believe that your employer has treated you less favourably than others for a reason related to your disability, or if your employer has not made reasonable adjustments for you in the workplace, you may want to consider further action. There are a number of actions you might take.

the Bob Hepple Equality Award 2016.

On Thursday 30 June the Equal Rights Trust in partnership with the Industrial Law Society will celebrate equal rights in disability, awarding the disability activist and academic, Professor Anna Lawson. Professor Lawson has achieved excellence in both activism and academia, most notably as Director of the Centre for Disability Studies based at Leeds University and as Co-ordinator of the newly established Disability Law Hub. She has worked closely with the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights and she is actively involved in the work of human rights and disabled people’s organisations including the UK’s Disability Rights Commission, Equality and Human Rights Commission and China Vision. Following the ceremony, Justice Kate O’Regan will deliver a keynote speech on labour law and during drinks and dinner there will not only be the opportunity to meet the worthy winner and speakers but much of the UK equality community.

Sports & Hobbies.

Contact local council to obtain details of accessible sports facilities, parks, arts, neighbourhood centres, museums, community facilities and entertainment venues in your area. Many national and local sports organisations, clubs and groups cater for people of all ages, with all kinds of disabilities. In addition there are organisations that are specifically for people with particular disabilities. 

Disability Engagement.

Effective community engagement and consultation can help ensure the Council is providing the services that residents really need, in the way that residents want to access them. It is crucial that those being asked to take part in engagement of whatever type understand what the offer is - whether it is the ground rules of a participatory budgeting event, consultation on service changes, or why it is important to register to vote. 

Accommodation needs.

Plan ahead and let the airline or travel operators know about your needs - it is their job to help you and make your trip as safe and comfortable as possible. Choose your method of transport with care, and when flying, go with the most direct route so that you are not left trying to change flights at numerous locations around the world. Discuss with the airline if you will need any assistance.

Sportability.

A British registered charity which provides sporting and adventurous activites for people with all forms of paralysis. Activities include everything from Archery to Canoeing, Gliding to Shooting, Quad-biking to Scuba-Diving, Land-yachting, Falconry and Fishing.

Motoring.

If you are disabled and need motor transport to get out and about, contact Motability, an independent not-for-profit organisation, which provides options on car transport solutions for disabled people. In addition The Disabled Drivers' Motor Club (DDMC) is a specialist voluntary organisation in the UK run by and for disabled people who have an interest in motoring and independent mobility.

Reasonable Adjustments.

Under the Equality Act your employer has certain duties to make ‘reasonable adjustments’ to ensure that you are not put at a substantial disadvantage by their employment arrangements or by any physical feature of the workplace. Examples of the sort of adjustments your employer should consider in consultation with you, are set out in the Equality Act.

YOUR RIGHTS IN HEALTH.
HEALTH SERVICES.

Your Rights in Health

YOUR RIGHTS IN HEALTH

The Equality Act 2010 is the law protecting people living with a disability from any form of discrimination as a result of their disability. Under the Act health and social services must give disabled people the same access as all other service users. 

Health Consent

CONSENT

You must be given the opportunity to grant or deny your consent to any health procedure that is suggested, provided you are mentally able to give it, are in possession of enough information to allow you to make a decision and your consent is given freely and not as the result of pressure from anyone else.

Disability Health Services

HEALTH SERVICES

If you are disabled, or care for a disabled relative or friend it is important that you understand what health related services are available to you from social services, the Health Service and voluntary organisations. 

Occupational therapists

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS

Occupational therapists work with people of any age with physical or mental health problems to promote their independence in caring for themselves, in employment and in leisure activities. Occupational Therapists work with disabled people, their families and/or carers, to resolve any practical problems or restrictions on lifestyle that might be experienced.

WE ARE DISABILITY NETWORK.
DISABILITY ENGAGEMENT SERVICES.

Disability Network Sponsorship

SPONSORSHIP
DISABILITY NETWORK

Sponsorship is a great way to support the Disability Network whilst gaining fantastic visibility for your company.

Disability Network Will

LEGACY
WILL AND GIFT

Leaving a legacy for the Disability Network is one of the most valuable and lasting ways you can support us.

Disability Awareness

DISABILITY AWARENESS
PARTNERSHIP

The Disability Awareness partnership provides the business community with the opportunity to gain recognition.

Disability Network Profile

COMPANY PROFILE
MINI WEBSITE

Company profile page gives advertisers a mini website within our niche coverage dedicated to promoting their organisation.

WE'RE JUST LIKE THE REST.
ONLY DIFFERENT.

RECRUITERS. £380 Job Posting

With commitment to equal opportunities for the disabled community at its core, the Disability Network brings together jobseekers with employers committed to equality in their recruitment practices.

ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS. £6500 per year

This subscription allows the jobs you post on your website to automatically appear on our job board. We do all the work! You can avoid having to send the jobs to us.

HOME PAGE LOGO. £6700 per year

Links are non-animated advertising which appear at the home pages, providing a high visibility short-cut straight to your information result or your website.

FEATURED EMPLOYER. £4000 per year

This is a value added option, allowing advertisers to uniquely position their organisation’s name at the centre of the home page, with a dedicated link to your advertised positions or Company Profile.

COMPANY PROFILE. £6500 per year

Company profile page gives advertisers a mini website within our niche coverage dedicated to promoting their organisation, its opportunities and career development policies to interested candidates.

EMAIL CAMPAIGN. £800

Press releases enable diversity friendly organisations to get their diversity news out, to promote the work their people in the business or organisation are doing, or to announce changes.