Advertise your job vacancy with us
As the largest local authority in the EU, we constantly generate a lot of interest from all sections of the local community and beyond. Our popular jobs pages are the most visited pages on the Birmingham Council website. Over 40,000 people visit the jobs pages each week, so your vacancy will be noticed.
Why advertise your job vacancy with us?
We are very competitive on price and provide a tailored service to meet your needs!
What is available?
Our current options include the following but we would be pleased to consider your ideas too:
Online only adverts
These can be published within 2 working days of us receiving your advert subject to our internal checks. We recommend that your advert closing date is at least 7 working days after it has been published online.
Once it has been published on our website, your job advert would also be visible via our mobile app.
Links to your website
We are also able to provide a direct online link to your organisation.
What does it cost?
Our price is £120 + VAT* for your first vacancy advert but if you have a campaign or want to advertise multiple adverts throughout a 12 month period we can negotiate on price. *VAT is not applicable if you have charitable status.
Our advertisers pack gives more detailed information on what we can offer. Once you have decided to advertise with us simply complete the advert form and invoice form with all the necessary details we need to process your request and email it to: Media.Adverts@birmingham.gov.uk
For more information call us on 0121 675 1459.
Schools job vacancy adverts
For schools wishing to advertise their vacancies, Schools HR publishes weekly bulletins that receive over 3000 hits per week. The Teaching Bulletin is published every Monday and the Support Staff Bulletin, every Wednesday. We will ensure your advert also appears on the council website.
Schools HR can also arrange for adverts to appear in any media and have negotiated discounts with the Times Educational Supplement (TES), Birmingham Mail and Sutton/Great Barr Observer.
We have a large following on Twitter and post weekly alerts to all of our followers.
We also offer an extended recruitment service, known as ‘Post Box’. This popular service saves schools valuable time spent on response handling applications, creating shortlisting paperwork, chasing references and sending interview invites/rejection letters, as we are able to do this on a schools behalf.
Information about external links on birmingham.gov.uk
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