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Advertise Vacancies

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Recruit excellent staff fast!
No matter which role you need to fill, we offer a quick and easy process to ensure you find the right candidate.

We’ve been advertising professional educational vacancies for over 10 years. As well as a wealth of experience, when you advertise with us we also offer:
  • A one stop process - Just upload the details and you’re away!
  • FREE proof reading service
  • Booking with TES
Your advert will be published to our vacancies section which links from Liverpool City Council's vacancies section. Our pages receive over 30,000 unique visits per month, ensuring your vacancy is accessible to job hunters across the country.
 
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SIL & TES

SIL have partnered up with TES to offer schools the opportunity to book your TES recruitment package direct with School Improvement Liverpool.  You only have to submit your vacancy once, and we’ll do all the work! 

Reap the benefits of our combined service!
  • TES websites receive 10 million visits a month
  • TES magazine has on average 362,000 readers each week
  • All support roles will be advertised free of charge on the TES websites!
TES – reach the widest possible audience of education professionals and jobseekers.
Cost
Advertising on the SIL vacancies page costs £50+VAT per advert. 

Prices for the TES are tailored to your needs; however a typical online teaching advert costs starts from £789 +VAT (bronze online.)

If your deadline is tight, please call SIL direct on 0151 233 3901 and ask to speak to a school vacancy officer.
 
How to submit your vacancy 

Please complete our updated vacancy e-form - we aim to publish all vacancies within 72 hours.

Liverpool maintained schools should use the updated Application Form for School Based Staff, along with the updated Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form.
All Liverpool maintained schools can advertise vacancies on http://www.ednet.co for free.

For all other establishments there is a charge of £50 per advert.
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