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How to advertise a job on the childcare job vacancy list.
This service has been operating since 2002 and continues to be popular with both employers and jobseekers. The Early Years team at Brighton & Hove City Council produces this publication on behalf of childcare employers and provides advertising and safer recruitment support and guidance. It's the most up to date list of early years and childcare jobs in and around Brighton & Hove.
See jobs that are currently available.
Simply complete and submit the online form and pay for your required package of support.
Jobs are published weekly - usually on a Thursday
Early Years Jobs is published via:
There are 2 packages of support available for you to choose from:
On receipt of your online application, an automated email will come back to you thanking you for your request. You'll receive expert support on the content of your advert and receive recommendations where necessary. All recommendations are to enhance the quality, ensure safer recruitment guidance and employment law is followed and to ensure you get the most from the service.
You'll be emailed a proof copy of your advert and be asked to read and check the advert content before we make it live. Please note that adverts will not be published until payment has been received and adverts have been confirmed.
All requests will be individually assessed to ensure jobs are appropriate and relevant to our target market of jobseekers. The final decision will be made by Brighton & Hove City Council's Early Years team.
The cost for our Jobs Plus package is £140 per job advert for Ofsted registered childcare employers and other childcare related businesses in Brighton & Hove and £240 per job advert for businesses located outside of Brighton & Hove.
This package includes the standard advert support package plus a member of our recruitment team coming to help you with short-listing and scrutinising the completed application forms as well as sitting on your interview panel to support you with interviewing the candidates.
All employers have the responsibility for ensuring that recruitment policies and processes are in place and that they meet employment law and safer recruitment guidance.
View our guide to recruiting and managing staff web page for e-learning, guidance, factsheets and example templates.
If you have any further queries about this service, please email email@example.com.
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