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    Brian Wallis,

    National Account Manager for Task Force Group (UK)

    After sending a job alert out with SFS within two hours we'd received over 200 email responses from experienced staff.

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    Danielle Sweeney,

    Senior Staffing Manager for Lime (UK)

    We post between 7-10 job alerts a week. The work we advertise varies from demonstration roles that require 200+ staff, to high profile campaigns that may only require several ...read more.

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What kind of job alert do you need?

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  • Short Term Job Alerts contain specific details about a single job and must contain role, rates, dates, times & locations. Short Term Alerts submitted without these details will be automatically declined.

  • Permanent Job Alerts are for a single regular/full time position.

  • General Recruit Alerts are an ideal way to increase your database or increase your resources in understaffed areas. There is no restriction* on the information these can contain.

    * This information is still subject to approval.

How do you want to advertise the job?

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    Email blast all staff in your chosen territory for a larger, faster response.

 
 

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