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To ensure equal exposure for all positions advertised on site,
job adverts may only be updated/amended once per per week
Each position may be posted once only. Posting duplicates of
the same job gives unrealistic search results and is deeply frustrating for job
It should be made clear in the job description if a jobseeker
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bank of CVs for future positions that may arise.
The job title should reflect / summarise the job description
(only one job per posting). It is to no-ones advantage if a jobseeker has to
unnecessarily click on a title to find that a job description is unsuitable.
Jobs should not use excessive CAPITAL LETTERS or ****
Jobs should not be refreshed more than once per week, from
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Jobs should only appear once in the listings. Do not post the
same job twice, even if it is rephrased.
Expire the job as soon as it is filled. (Or let us know and
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If you are recruiting in order to build a panel of CVs for a
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