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Looking to recruit Skills for Life staff?

Skills for Life Network

Advertise via Skills for Life Network and reach 7000+ Skills for Life professionals across the UK

Why advertise your Skills for Life job vacancies with us?

  • Highly targeted audience of 7000+ Literacy, Numeracy, ESOL, ICT, Dyslexia and Key Skills teachers, supporters and managers
  • Unique, three-way promotion for your job vacancy advertisements: on the website, in email and SMS alerts and in the e-news updates (circulation 7000+)
  • Cost effective: the annual subscription option offers you up to ten job vacancy advertisements throughout the year for less than the cost of just one newspaper advert
  • Specialist support and advice for your recruitment from Skills for Life Information, Advice and Guidance professionals
  • Vacancy tracking: access to statistics on the number of Skills for Life professionals viewing your vacancy advert

For full details and to find out how to advertise with us, see the pdf flyer below. If you would like further information or advice before advertising with us, contact Barbara Zealley, Network Manager, email:admin@skillsforlifenetwork.com or telephone 01609 748899.


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