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How do you fill job vacancies?


Dec 6, 2004
We need a new teacher and as it's only a teacher, my school don't want to spend £800 on an advert in TES (Times Ed Supplement) which used to be the only place to get jobs in the past.

Interestingly schools are starting to use recruitment agencies more and more, but social media has really started to change things. I put an advert on my blog on Thursday (see <here>) and already it has had over 400 views as I have put it out there on Twitter. Obviously this needs a strong social media presence, and also it is to be seen as to whether this will provide lots of applicants or not! It is however free...

How does your business recruit?
How do you look for jobs?
Has this changed over the last few years?